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But this power source can be a bit fickle: today it might gust, while tomorrow could bring barely a breeze.
Caught in a gust of wind, a cloud of gray ash eddied through the car.
Two days before the sky show, a gust of solar wind had blasted off from the sun.
The devices pumped constant streams of air into their noses so a gust of odor would not wake them.
Some say a gust of wind, but some think trace amounts of water can play a role.
If a gust of wind blows through, it can send the circulating air spinning horizontally, triggering a dust devil.
The tires are also designed to temporarily slip if a wind gust causes the flywheel to suddenly speed up.
But then a stronger gust of wind sweeps the balloon over the edge.
The impetuous fury of the entering gust nearly lifted us from our feet.
They rustle to the eddying gust, and to the rabbit's tread.
The air was cool and vivified by the gust and shower of the afternoon.
When the chauffeur opened the door for us to get out, a hot gust of wind blew multicolored wedding confetti into the car.
Most everyone seemed to agree that a gust of fresh air wouldn't be enough to do the job.
People in the tower monitored runway sensors and briefly evacuated before the gust occurred.

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