- What is a derecho?
- Programa de Estudios: Derecho Internacional
- Subprograma: Derecho Internacional Público . obligation as early as 1928, see L.A.
- Delaraciö' Ki' DERECHO H Ki' la' la köö jmu guue kíä guía' su'
- sía: derecho ki' dsa, e jä má-já la juu dsa tíä' kö jmu guu. Juú' ki Derecho tï' la Kö jmo guu ki' D. H.
- MYSTERY REVIEW: "Northwest Angle"
- But even before the derecho winds wreak their destruction, he's having uncharacteristically dark forebodings.
- Ask Tom why: As a Lake Michigan sailor, how can I best detect and prepare for
- As a Lake Michigan sailor, I am wondering how best to detect and prepare for derecho events. A derecho is a widespread, thunderstorm-induced windstorm with straight-line winds that sometimes attain speeds in excess of 80 mph.
- Iowa braille school moves to rebuild after storm
- The storm, known as a derecho, sent straight-line winds of up to 100 miles per hour across the state, ripping up trees and power lines and tearing the roofs off farm buildings.
- Bin buster? Severe weather may lower yields of crop harvest
- A vicious windstorm called a "derecho" packed winds of up to 130 mph, levelling farm outbuildings, grain bins and corn in a 20-mile swath from Story to Benton counties. For the most part, plants bounced back.
- LUIS ZÚÑIGA REY: ¿Tiene Pablo Milanés derecho a cantar en Miami?
- Tiene la oportunidad, pero no el derecho.
- Derecho -- Meteorologists Describe Little-Known Giant Windstorms
- Jun 1, 2006 Derechos are elongated, straight-lined windstorms that often have bands of rapidly moving thunderstorms associated with it.
- 'Derecho' and 'Derecha' - Spanish Vocabulary
- The Spanish words 'derecho' and 'derecha' are easily confused. Here's a quick guide to using these common words correctly.
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