Tornado

[1943 film] Tornado is a 1943 film starring Chester Morris and Nancy Kelly. The movie was directed by William A. Berke. ...
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Tornado

[Adventureland] The Tornado is a wooden roller coaster located at Adventureland in Altoona, Iowa, near Des Moines. The Tornado made its debut on July 4, 1978, during Adventureland`s third full season. It was designed by William Cobb, and built in-house utilizing the Frontier Construction Company. Soon after its opening it was considered one
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Tornado

[robot] Tornado was built by Andrew Marchant, Bryan Moss and David Gamble, from Sawtry, near Huntingdon. It even got its own Robot Wars Remote Controlled Toy, Diecast Minibot and pullback toy. Post Robot Wars, the team live separately. David has remained in Sawtry, but Andrew now works in Maidstone. ==Construction== Andrew Marchant had orig
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tornado

[n] - a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground
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Tornado

A violent whirling windstorm of small radius which advances over land while circling round its centre. Strong ascending currents of air form in the region of a tornado. In West Africa a tornado is defined as a squall accompanying a thunderstorm.
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Tornado

Tor·na'do noun ; plural Tornadoes . [ From Spanish or Portuguese tornar to turn, return, Latin tornare to turn, hence, a whirling wind. The Spanish & Portuguese tornada is a return. See Turn .] A violent whirling wind; specifically (Meteorol.) , a tem
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tornado

Origin: From Sp. Or Pg. Tornar to turn, return, L. Tornare to turn, hence, a whirling wind. The Sp. & Pg. Tornada is a return. See Turn. ... <meteorology> A violent whirling wind; specifically, a tempest distinguished by a rapid whirling and slow progressive motion, usually accompaned with severe thunder, lightning, and torrents of rain,
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tornado

twister noun a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground
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tornado

noun a purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted
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Tornado

• (n.) A violent whirling wind; specifically (Meteorol.), a tempest distinguished by a rapid whirling and slow progressive motion, usually accompaned with severe thunder, lightning, and torrents of rain, and commonly of short duration and small breadth; a small cyclone.
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Tornado

(from the article `military aircraft`) ...`look-down/shoot-down` capability, which was the product of pulse-Doppler radars that could detect fast-moving targets against cluttered radar ...
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tornado

a small-diameter column of violently rotating air developed within a convective cloud and in contact with the ground. Tornadoes occur most often in ... [5 related articles]
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tornado

tornado 1. An extremely destructive funnel-shaped rotating column of air that passes in a narrow path over land. 2. A short-lived but severe windstorm, especially one that occurs on the West African coast. 3. A state of frenzied activity or intense emotion, or someone in such a state. 4. Etymology: from 1556, a navigator's word for violent windy
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Tornado

[comics] Tornado was a short-lived weekly British comic published for 22 issues by IPC Magazines between March 1979 and August 1979. After the cancellations of the Starlord and Action titles IPC launched Tornado as a way to use up stories already commissioned for the other titles. Like Action it was a mixed title featuring War, Detective, H
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Tornado

[disambiguation] Tornado may also refer to: ==Transport== ===Aviation=== === Maritime === === Rail === === Road === == Entertainment == ===Amusement rides=== ===Film=== ===Music=== ===Fictional characters=== ===Other=== == Computing and technology == ===Computer games=== ==Post offices== == People == == Sports == ===Association Football===
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tornado

A violently rotating column of air associated with a thunderstorm that is in contact with the ground. Tornadoes are categorized as weak, strong or violent with winds of up to, or more than 300 mph.
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Tornado

[sailboat] The Tornado is an double handed multihull class recognised as an International Class by the International Sailing Federation. It was used for the Olympic Catamaran discipline for over 30 years. ==Background== The boat was designed in 1967 by Rodney March of Brightlingsea, England, with help from Terry Pierce, and Reg White, speci
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Tornado

A tornado is a violent, dangerous, rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. They are often referred to as twisters or cyclones, although the word cyclone is used in meteorology, in a wider sense, to name any closed low pressure circulation.
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Tornado

A vortex of rapidly moving air associated with some severe thunderstorms. Winds within the tornado funnel may exceed 500 kilometers per hour.
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TORNADO

A violently rotating column of air in contact with and extending between a convective cloud and the surface of the earth. It is the most destructive of all storm-scale atmospheric phenomena. They can occur anywhere in the world given the right conditions, but are most frequent in the United States in an area bounded by the Rockies on the west and t
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Tornado

A violently rotating column of air, a vortex, formed in a thunderstorm which is in contact with both the parent cloud and the ground with a diameter between tens and hundreds of metres. The lifetime of a tornado is usually less than an hour, but some have been observed to last several hours. Wind speeds are usually above 64 km/h (40 mph) and can re
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tornado

tornado, dark, funnel-shaped cloud containing violently rotating air that develops below a heavy cumulonimbus cloud mass and extends toward the earth. The funnel twists about, rises and falls, and where it reaches the earth causes great destruction. The diameter of a tornado varies from a few feet t...
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Tornado

A tornado is a violent storm with heavy rain in which the wind rotates or constantly changes direction.
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Tornado

The Tornado (Panavia) is a joint British, German and Italian two-seater, variable-geometry ground-attack aircraft that entered service in 1980. Britain uniquely adopted the Tornado both for ground attack and produced a modified version for air defence. The Tornado been operational in the British RAF in several different forms:
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Tornado

Tornado! Is an action adventure starring Bruce Campbell, Shannon Sturges, Ernie Hudson, L Q Jones, Bo Eason and Charles Homet in a story about a scientist and a storm chaser combining forces to research tornado prediction while an accountant is sent along to evaluate the research project. Tornado! Was directed by Noel Nosseck in 1996.
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