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flurry

Hunting the death spasms of a harpooned whale

flurry

[′flər·ē]
(meteorology)
A brief shower of snow accompanied by a gust of wind, or a sudden, brief wind squall.
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Simon Khalaf, president and CEO of Flurry said, As part of Yahoo, Flurry will continue to serve the application developer community in the way we always have, only better.
Flurry, founded in 2005, provides mobile analytics for more than 170,000 developers globally.
Simon Khalaf, CEO of Flurry said: "With Yahoo, we will have
The big hits kept coming and Simmons almost found a KO towards the end of the ninth but it was only delayed until the next round when the Scot charged in with a flurry that toppled Camacho.
On Christmas Day alone, Flurry estimates that there were a record-breaking 17.
Flurry said that the most prolific business model for the app marketplace lies in (http://www.
We always tend to get a flurry of activity before Christmas which seems to be the catalyst for getting things done.
The band focused on new material, from Amazing Grace with some of Glasgow's Gospel Truth The band focused on new material, from Amazing Grace with some of Glasgow's Gospel Truth RED HOT CHILLI PIPERS Oran Mor, Glasgow, October 18 A flurry of kilts, bagpipes and strapping lads overcrowded the tiny stage of Glasgow's Oran Mor for a night of Jock'n'Roll.
Up the coast in Southport, a 10-minute flurry failed to settle.
We noticed a flurry of activity midweek for matches which would not normally attract a lot of punter interest.
The white Liverbird covered in snow, after a brief afternoon flurry in the city Picture: COLIN LANE/clpdsk190109snow-1
Wales could see a white Christmas this year - but only on the higher ground of North and Mid Wales with "a flurry or two" further south, says Positive Weather Solutions of Abergavenny.