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  • The danger is lack of visibility, turbulence, clogged intakes.
  • The Duke scowled, busied himself with the controls as they came into turbulent air over the crawler.
  • And now, there appeared to be turbulence in the sand around the factory.
  • He felt dust fronts, billowings, mixings of turbulence, an occasional vortex.
  • He waited out another turbulence.
  • The odor of the place assailed him: unwashed bodies, distillate esters of reclaimed wastes, everywhere the sour effluvia of humanity with, over it all, a turbulence of spice and spicelike harmonics.

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  • I’m afraid of such turbulent rapids.
  • turbulent economic times

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