dustcloud

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dustcloud

[ˈdʌstklaʊd] Npolvareda f
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'Oatmeal': Dry slide of Bob's Red mill / Extra Thick Rolled Oats / off the scoop--// tiny dustcloud / settling like ash / from stirred coals.
The instigators of the biggest circle pit of the three days were thrash titans Exodus who invoked a tidal wave of flailing arms and legs that kicked up a dustcloud to match that of a wildebeest stampede in the Maasai Mara.
But Javier Mascherano hopes every dustcloud has a silver lining as he aims to fill a significant hole in his Anfield curriculum vitae.
The grandfather had come from Nebraska during the great plague of the thirties--that selfsame dustcloud my Montana cowboy had told me about--with the entire family in a jalopy truck.
So, while it'll be nice to see Miss Deal kicking up a dustcloud of noise in the 21st century, it'll always play second fiddle to what the public, young and old, would really love to see...
As I watched a dustcloud chasing a raggedy pickup from a long way down the road, I felt an internal response.
Scientists believe the impact caused a huge 10,000C cloud of steam hot, tidal waves and a giant dustcloud which blocked out the sun, killing off species of animals.
The dustcloud in which the buggy moved [was] not blowing away because it had been raised by no wind and was supported by no air but evoked, materialised about them, instantaneous and eternal, cubic foot for cubic foot of dust to cubic foot for cubic foot of horse and buggy, peripatetic beneath the branch-shredded vistas of flat black fiercely and heavily starred sky, the dustcloud moving on, enclosing them with no threat exactly but maybe warning, bland, almost friendly, warning as if to say, Come on if you like.
SCOTS scientists are to investigate whether dustclouds in space may have led to life on Earth.
They rocket out over the ground, whipping up slurry dustclouds that swoop in the side mirrors, scaling down the mountain in a panic, Pearson lighting cigarettes like ammunition, taking large swigs from a jelly jar filled with white liquor.
During a conference of World Tourism Organization, an Air China aircraft carrying one of the delegates had to be diverted to Shanghai due to heavy dustclouds that temporarily closed Beijing airport.
Of dustclouds, swirling, from a passing Greyhound bus.