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A Blizzard
   is   
A Long-lasting Snow Storm With High Winds
Winds of over 40 km/h and visibility of up to 1 km
Lake Effect Snow
   is   
Snow Produced when Cold Winds Move Across Warmer Lake Water
Herman Wouk
   wrote   
The Winds of War
1971
Quetzalcoatl
   is the Aztec   
God of the Winds and the Breath of Life
The Precious Twin who lifts the sun out of darkness. Quetzcoatl threw himself on into a funeral pyre, where his ashes rose to the heavens as a flock of birds carrying his heart to the star Venus. By far the most compassionate of the Aztec gods. Quetzal-feathered serpent.
Neptune
      
Has the Fastest Winds in the Solar System
Clocked up to 1250 m.p.h.
Boro, Fon, Santa Ana, Sirocco, Mistral
   are all   
Winds
Also “The Hawk”
The Winds of a Hurricane Can Reach up to 200 Miles an Hour
   is   
True
Winds That Transport Lighting Bolts Create the Sound That We Hear As a Thunder
   is   
False
Thunder is the sound of the lightning discharging into the atmosphere
Gale
   is   
Winds of 63 to 87 Kilometers Per Hour over Water
Straight-line Winds
   is   
Any Wind Not Involving Rotation
The Winds of War (1983)
   starred   
Robert Mitchum, Ali MacGraw and Jan-Michael Vincent
Director: Dan Curtis. Also starred John Houseman, Polly Bergen & Lisa Eibacher
Chubasco, Tehuatepecer, Cordonazo
   are all   
North American Winds
Harmatton, Khamsin, Simoon, Sirocco
   are all   
African Winds
Tāwhirimātea
   is the   
Maori God of Winds and Weather
Son of Ranginui and Papatuanuku.
Side Winds
   is represented by   

UK road sign
Einojuhani Rautavaara
   composed   
Dances With the Winds
Concerto for Flutes; Rautavaara, Finnish, b. 1928
"Music for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion"
   was released by   
Peter Schickele for P.D.Q. Bach
1993 - Best Comedy Album
Blowing Dust
   is   
Reduction of Visibility by Winds Blowing Across Dry Ground
Usually with little or no foliage.
Doldrums
   is   
The Regions on Either Side of the Equator Where Air Pressure is Low and Winds Are Light
Sustained Winds
   is   
The Wind Speed Obtained by Averaging the Observed Values over a One Minute Period
Trade Winds
   is   
Persistent Low-level Tropical Winds
They blow from the subtropical high pressure centers towards the equatorial low.
Aeolus
   is the Greek God or Goddess of   
The Winds
The son of Poseidon
John Blair
   was played by John Wayne in   
Winds Of The Wasteland (1936)
Laamaomao
   is the Hawaiian   
God of Winds
He was said to be created in the midst of chaos by his father, the sun god.
Paka'a
   is the Hawaiian   
God of Winds
Also the inventor of the sail.
_____ Strong Winds
   contains the number   
Four
Neil Young
Infinity
   featured   
Winds Of March
1978
René Magritte
   painted   
The Voice of the Winds
1928, oil on canvas; private collection
Charles Gounod
   composed   
Little Symphony for Winds
1885
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for Winds
   was used in   
Awakenings
Time
   features   
Winds Of Change
1995
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
The Merry Wives of Windsor
7th
   in succession to throne British throne is   
Archie Mountbatten- Windsor
Great-grandson of Elazabeth II
Plantagenet, Lancaster, Stuart, Windsor
   are all   
Royal Families/Houses of England
Windsor
   originated in   
United Kingdom
The royal house was created from the British branch of the German House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha by George V by a royal proclamation in 1917.
Windsor Castle
   is/was found in   
England
Largest inhabited castle in the world. Inhabited by the Queen.
Windscreen
   in American would be   
Windshield
Red Windsor
   cheese comes from   
England
Made with red wine.
Sheepshank, Slip, Four-In-Hand, Windsor
   are all   
Knots
Also Half-hitch
Merry Wives of Windsor
   is a   
Comedic Play
Net Plokhikh Sudov, Net Plokhikh Vetrov, Yest' Plokhiye Kapitany.
   means   
There Are No Bad Ships or Winds, There Are Bad Captains.






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