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1. The canoe was tossed about in the maelstrom.
2. A spinning maelstrom of rain swept around the mountain.
3. She was drawn into a maelstrom of revolutionary events.
4. Inside, she was a maelstrom of churning emotions.
5. They were being sucked into the maelstrom of war.
6. The river takes a headlong plunge into a maelstrom of rocks and boulders.
7. The country is gradually being sucked into the maelstrom of civil war.
8. That way, every drop goes through the magnetic maelstrom.
9. A maelstrom of criticism surrounded Simon's last album.
10. In 1922 they were the hub of the maelstrom that was the great famine of 1921-2.
11. One mistake would spill me into the maelstrom on my right.
12. In the postgame maelstrom, Switzer was one of the first to take the podium.
13. Featuring prominently in the centre of this maelstrom was the towering figure of Richard Baxter.
14. From left to right,[Sentencedict] a spinning maelstrom of snow and rain was sweeping around the block like a tornado.
15. Valery Gergiev stares unblinkingly into the sonic maelstrom that Tchaikovsky unleashes.
16. Into the Maelstrom For decades the rapids of Niagara were overshadowed by the presence of the thundering cataract.
17. Instantly the water becomes a maelstrom, as huge grey carp or catfish lunge for the food.
18. Another strip light exploded in the roaring maelstrom, showering them with glass.
19. The maelstrom against which my sister grows to be a toddler.
20. Not so in the seething maelstrom of the middle class which separates the upper and lower.
21. Holder finds himself marooned in the maelstrom, under attack for giving advice he never fully considered.
22. Into the maelstrom of battle!
23. The maelstrom sucked in the canoe.
24. When this is augmented by oddly tangential keyboard sounds it's an enjoyable little maelstrom to be caught up in.
25. At every stage new groups of showmen sprang up out of the maelstrom of society.
26. It is quite a shock to move from this charming(sentencedict.com), if slightly aimless stuff back into the original cacophonous maelstrom.
27. Once inside, she slid the bolt, leaning thankfully against the door, a maelstrom of emotions fighting for supremacy.
28. Harriet Vane returns to her college for the occasion and finds herself in a maelstrom of obscene graffiti and poison pen letters.
29. The two sides-press and black nationalism-have racked up the pain in a maelstrom of indignant deafness.
30. There's still another shoe to drop on whether they can survive the maelstrom of pressures that they've just plunged into.
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