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Strong wind - Baltic sea, Sopot, 02.09.2010
3 Sep 2010
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Heavy rain & strong wind a in Shenzhen China
11 Sep 2017
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Never underestimate the power of a strong wind force. As you can see it is enough to flip over a moving truck heavy and massive of this size.
21 Dec 2017
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I kinda feel sorry for this fella watching him trying to move forward against a very strong wind head-on with a lot of papers in bags, wind stole them all.
20 Jan 2018
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A seven-story apartment building affected by a strong wind, which led the wall tore and fell to the ground.
16 Mar 2018
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The drunk man is really on the other level. For the strong wind, he was unable to walk straight but the trees and everything around him was totally normal.
2 Aug 2018
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No matter how hard or how many times the army man threw the can, the strong wind gave it back. It will not let the army man litter the place.
21 Sep 2018
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Wind force is one of the strong forces in this world. This truck video will show how dangerous a normal natural wind force can get, he got saved barely.
24 Nov 2017
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The wind does not mind that it is a huge heavy truck, in front of the power of wind this truck is nothing but a toy to play with.
12 Jun 2018
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The force of nature can be scary strong sometimes. The wind, which lets us breathe also knocks us down on the ground if it wants to.
26 Oct 2018
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The way the truck was flipped it didn't seem like a real authentic heavy truck. It was more like a dummy toy kinda object against the wind.
22 Mar 2019
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"Four Strong Winds" is a song written by Ian Tyson in the early 1960s. It was first recorded by The Brothers Four in a version that "Bubbled Under" the Billboard Hot 100 in October 1963. Subsequently, it was recorded by Ian and Sylvia on an album of the same name released in 1964. The song is based on the life of transient farm workers, forced to move where work can be found, but its theme is the sometimes temporary nature of human relationships. This folk classic has been recorded by many artists including Neil Young on his 1978 album Comes a Time (Young also performed the song with The Band at the famous The Last Waltz concert, and in his 2005 documentary Neil Young: Heart of Gold), Sarah McLachlan, Hank Snow, The Seekers, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Marianne Faithfull, The Searchers, Teenage Fanclub, John Denver, Bobby Bare, The Brothers Four (in an album by the same name), The Kingston Trio, Trini Lopez, Waylon Jennings, Chad and Jeremy, Ulf Lundell, The Tragically Hip, Joan Baez, and most recently, Johnny Cash. It was a hit by Bobby Bare in 1964. It was also a big hit in Norway in 1966 in a Norwegian version: "Mot ukjent sted" by The Vanguards and a big hit in Sweden in 1967 in a Swedish version: "Mot okänt land" recorded by The Hep Stars. The song is also referenced in A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving. The narrator remembers how the main character, Owen, loved to hear that song as sung by the character of Hester. In 2005, CBC Radio One listeners chose this song as the greatest Canadian song of all time on the series 50 Tracks: The Canadian Version. The mentioning of Alberta in the lyrics led it to be considered in a contest to choose a provincial song, which it did not win. Additionally, the song is sung on the last night of the Edmonton Folk Music Festival each year...pls enjoy!!!
11 Mar 2009
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