eye of the storm


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eye of the storm

[′ī əvthə ′stōrm]
(meteorology)
The center of a tropical cyclone, marked by relatively light winds, confused seas, rising temperature, lowered relative humidity, and often by clear skies.
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O'Brien said: "Eye Of The Storm ran off the first bend at Galway and found himself further back than ideal.
Eye Of The Storm has a stout pedigree, so it is hardly surprising O'Brien is already giving him the chance to shine over 10 furlongs.
Eye Of The Storm has a stout pedigree, so it is hardly surprising O''Brien is already giving him the chance to shine over 10 furlongs.
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And tonight, he's once again willing to risk his safety in the eye of the storm.
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The eye of the storm landed south west of the city, which resembled a ghost town yesterday.
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