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- wall at home. He was the captain of Mersey Beat magazine's football team, called the Mersey Beat XI. Storm was born with a stutter (a speech impediment)...
- Archived from the original on 22 March 2020. Retrieved 4 March 2020. "Surrey Storm beat Hertfordshire Mavericks to win 2015 Netball Superleague title". www.skysports...
- sample from Smokey Robinson's "A Quiet Storm". In 2001, R&B group 112 used an updated version of the "Quiet Storm" beat for their number-one single, "It's...
- Storm the Studio is the debut album by English electronic music group Meat Beat Manifesto, released on 20 February 1989 by Sweatbox Records in the United...
- of 2010. It was announced at the end of 2009 that one of Minchin's beat poems, "Storm", was to be made into a short animated movie. A blog was launched...
- Saracens Storm 2003/04 - NEC Harlequins A beat Northampton Wanderers 2004/05 - Leicester Tigers A beat London Wasps A 2005/06 - Leicester Tigers A beat NEC...
- USHL Rookie of the Year Kieffer Bellows, the Stampede beat the Storm, 3-games-to-1. The Storm won the first game, but before game two, an ice maintenance...
- and the Storm dominated again in 2012, this time with a perfect 14–0 record and 941 points in the regular season. On April 14, the Storm beat the Allen...
- 19 December 2019. "storm move to QLD". 24 June 2020. Hytner, Mike (25 October 2020). "NRL grand final 2020: Melbourne Storm beat Penrith Panthers– as...
- The Guardian. "Melbourne Storm beat Penrith Panthers as it happened". www.theguardian.com. "Parramatta Eels beat Melbourne Storm 16-12 in NRL thriller"...