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storm trooping

storm trooping
 n.— «The storm blew in right over our heads from the west. Skiing in light jackets over T-shirts in the morning, we were what the locals call “storm trooping” by the end of the day.» —“When good snow goes bad” by Beau Russell Daily Aztec (San Diego, California) Jan. 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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