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n. (plural of storm English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: storm)
Storms is singer-songwriter Nanci Griffith's eighth album. In it she heads in a third musical direction, that of pop music. Griffith, whose background is primarily folk music, turned toward country music in her preceding four or five albums, and here, again, ventures into a little different style. Griffith enlisted the talents of noted rock music producer Glyn Johns for the musical style change. The album landed at #42 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and at #99 on the Pop Albums chart in 1989.
Storms is the fourth full-length studio album by Canadian pop rock band Hedley. It was preceded by the release of two top-20 singles, including lead single " Invincible" in August 2011. The album was released in Canada on November 8, 2011 through Universal Music Canada. A critical and commercial success, the album debuted at No. 2 on the Top Canadian Albums chart. In May 2012, Storms was re-issued with a modified track listing that includes third single " Kiss You Inside Out".
Storms is a surname and may refer to:
- Albert Boynton Storms (1860–1933), American professor, university administrator, and Methodist theologian
- Charlie Storms (1820/21?-1881), professional gunfighter and gambler of the American Old West
- Émile Storms (1846-1918), Belgian soldier and explorer
- Harrison Storms (1915–1992), American aeronautical engineer
- Henry Storms (ca. 1795–1874), American merchant and politician
- Justin Storms (born 1981), American artist and musician
- Kirsten Storms (born 1984), American actress
- Peter Storms, Master Commandant of the USS Peacock (1813)
- Réginald Storms, Belgian sport shooter who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics
- Ronda Storms (born 1965), American politician from Florida
- Sam Storms (born 1951), American Calvinist, charismatic theologian, pastor and author
- Tim Storms (born 1972), American singer and composer
- Waneta Storms (born 1968), Canadian dramatic actor
Usage examples of "storms".
There is a reflux in the tide of human things which bears the shipwrecked hopes of men into a secure haven after the storms are past.
Nature was bright, sunshiny, and cheerful, or diversified by storms of a majestic terror, such as we had never before witnessed.
Akhbreed bastards had slain her mother, fully in command herself of the weather and storms that most others, even powerful wizards, found impossible to control.
You arc a Storm Princess, a magnet for the elementals bom of storms and a mistress of them.
All storms had a distinctive shape and obeyed their own internal rules of consistency, and lost their power once those internal rules were altered.
Storm Princess dreams since, nor did she feel the rain or other storms now any more than ordinary people had.
The day that dawns in fire will die in storms, Even though the noon be calm.
Amid the darkness of conflicting storms, To dank extinction and to latest night.
The aspect of its nature, its sunny sky, its majestic storms, of the luxuriant vegetation of the country, and the noble marble-built cities, enchanted him.
Shelley and his friend, with their one sailor-boy, thought themselves a match for the storms of the Mediterranean, in a boat which they looked upon as equal to all it was put to do.
MICHAEL: And storms roar in emulation From sea to land, from land to sea, And make, raging, a chain Of deepest operation round about.
By: Mercedes Lackey Synopsis: In Storm Rising, mysterious mage-storms are wreaking havoc on Valdemar, Karse, and all the Kingdoms of the West, plaguing these lands not only with disastrous earthquakes, monsoons, and ice storms, but also with venomous magical constructs-terrifying creatures out of nightmare.
But Solaris also confirms the worst fears of the Heralds-that these storms do not come from the Eastern Empire, but from a completely unknown source.
And unless Valdemar and Karse can locate and destroy the creator of the storms, they may see their entire world demolished in a final magical holocaust.
REDISCOVERY forthcoming from DAW books in Hardcover Book Two of The Mage Storms DAW BOOKS 9 I H c .