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Miami Flamingo VINTAGE TWA ADVERTISING POSTERS During the 1950s and 1960s, David Klein designed and illustrated dozens of posters for Howard Hughes’ Trans World Airlines (TWA). They remain the iconic images of the Jet Set Era.

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70s vintage tee HURRICANE DAVID i survived florida 1979 Small XS orange weather

70s vintage tee HURRICANE DAVID i survived florida by skippyhaha

There are many tangible benefits to a new metal roof. This customer initially bought for the resistance to extreme winds (hurricane rated) but also listed so many things he found over his first winter with his new roof. Thank you David!

METEOROLOGICAL MEMORIES HURRICANE DAVID August 25 to September 8, 1979 sustained winds of 280 kilometers (175 miles) per hour Biometric Pressure: 924 mbar Category: 5 Hurricane David was the fourth named tropical cyclone of the hurricane season in the Atlantic in 1979. As a Category 5 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane David was one of the deadliest hurricanes of the last ance of the 20th century , killing more than 2,000 people during its passage, mostly in the Dominican Republic…

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50 Amazing Hurricane Facts

Current Atlantic storm name lists exclude the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z because there are not enough names starting with these letters to include them.

P/O William D "Hurricane" David of No 87 Squadron RAF poses in front of Hurricane Mk I LK-A at Marcq-en-Barœul in May 1940. Aged 21, he was awarded a DFC and Bar in the space of 5 days, on 31 May and 4 June, reflecting the destruction of at least 11 enemy aircraft within 9 days while covering the retreat of the BEF. As their numbers depleted daily in France, pilots developed mental carapaces around them. David said later, "I had stopped making friends, because it was so painful to lose…


1979 - Hurricane David Dates active: August 25 - September 8 Peak classification: Category 5 Sustained wind speed: 175 mph (280 km/h) Areas affected: The Caribbean, United States East Coast Deaths: 2,068 Damage: $1.54 billion (Pictured) A rubbish fire smolders between uprooted hulks of trees while, in the background, homeless Dominicans live in a tent camp provided by U.S. aid on Nov. 8, 1979 in Roseau, Dominica. The island was ravaged by Hurricane David in August 1979.

Hurricane DAVID damage In 1979, Dominica was hit directly by category 5 Hurricane David, causing widespread and extreme damage. On August 17, 2007, Hurricane Dean, a category 1 at the time, hit the island. A mother and her seven-year-old son died when a landslide caused by the heavy rains fell onto their house. In another incident two people were injured when a tree fell on their house. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit estimated that 100 to 125 homes were damaged.