Sinai Field Mission: A man with a large push-broom is sweeping sand off a road in a windstorm.
And a windstorm came down on the lake, and they were filling with water, and were in danger.
Each might serve as an impressive symbolic statue of a windstorm.
In case of a windstorm, the middle bar will be the one to bend, while the bolts which pass through the limbs will remain intact.
Since it was only a windstorm, there was no rain to wash the air clean of the lethal dust.
Now if Padre Diego had been preaching he would have ranted like a windstorm; but he would have made an impression.
The top had been broken off by a windstorm a year ago and ever since it had been seasoning.
There was a long silence, a pause in which the windstorm ceased, and the clouds of the loosed sands sunk.
They came by fifties, or in clouds they came, swept by like a windstorm, and were gone.
Everybody seems to think that I am more destructive than a windstorm and that I am simply wasting apples.
A storm with high winds or violent gusts but little or no rain. Winds with speeds up to 241 km (149 mi) per hour have been recorded during windstorms. See also tornado.