Euroclydon


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Euroclydon

(yûr'əklī`dŏn), in the New Testament, east or northeast storm wind that caused Paul's shipwreck on Malta.
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Sandra Bennett, 55, of Pontypool, was found guilty of failing to provide appropriate care for two patients while employed as a registered general nurse at Euroclydon Nursing Home in Drybrook, Gloucestershire.
The introduction of the Euroclydon, a tempestuous wind (Acts 27:14), blows the rest of the poem out of joint as its shape, the remaining force of continuity, alters for the first time:
While I was preaching, we were bucking the same kind of northeaster called Euroclydon that had blown Paul toward the shipwreck on Malta.