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36 37 The tremulous sound in T, combined with long vowels and various other consonants, particularly R, gives terror to words such as storm, torrent, trouble, tumult, tornado, tirade, tempest, tantrum and the twisting, twirling tourbillon whirlwind. In high winds and rough seas sailors are tossed, turned, tormented, terrified and made to twitch and tremble. Tr T his town is tormented in terrible forms By torrents, tornadoes and trumpeting storms. The traders are troubled and tremble afraid When the thunders intone their tremendous tirade. trouble in store
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