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The city has had a tempestuous relationship with state housing law for years, resulting in multiple lawsuits brought by developers and tenants.
And after him came tempestuously young Lord Strepp, white on the lips with pure rage.
THE O'RUDDYSTEPHEN CRANE
My own blood boiled now as tempestuously as his; and with a shout of reckless triumph, I rose him at the gate.
A tempest is raging tempestuously without, but within we find a scene of dazzling magnificence.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ARTEMUS WARDCHARLES FARRAR BROWNE (AKA ARTEMUS WARD)
Dont you believe him, tempestuously interrupted the temperamental little thing.
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So he laid him upon his mother's pillows; and the boy wreathed his soft arms about her neck and sobbed tempestuously.
BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT
But Bligh made no advances to any one and in sad silence unknown and unthought of, brooded tempestuously.
AN ANNAPOLIS FIRST CLASSMANLT.COM EDWARD L. BEACH
"I ain't goin' to believe it, if the hull hellish world tells me so," she flashed forth tempestuously.
As the knight entered, the plumes on the enchanted helmet in the court-yard were tempestuously agitated, and nodded thrice.
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Patty flung her arms round her sister tempestuously, and pulled out the waves of her hair so that it softened her face.
THE STORY OF WAITSTILL BAXTERBY KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN

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