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The windblown coastal states of Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina will join forces to build offshore power projects and promote the region as a hub for offshore wind energy and industry, the states’ governors announced Thursday.
From some came snores and through many a windblown flap, the searching moonlight revealed sleeping figures.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
Whatever it might be, though the trail was windblown and three days old, they followed it with unerring steps.
He broke off in mid-approach and with a show of teeth snarled himself back and away from the windblown skirt of her.
After a while it blended into the background of windblown leaves and creaking branches.
Her hair was windblown and her face rose-flushed from her run.
He was a little road-crazed and windblown today, not like she remembered him from Orlando.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
The vista shimmered and wavered, like a picture thrown on a windblown curtain.
QUEEN OF THE BLACK COASTROBERT E. HOWARD
Over the flowering hawthorn the moon stood like a windblown white rose of the heavens.
Years passed, and the loose soil, the windblown dust, the grass and fallen leaves covered the articles from sight.

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