Tornado in a sentence as a noun

The 5th image or so is of a tornado with a bright orange background.

Sure, every once in a while a tornado sweeps through your data center.

If 5 homes get knocked over by a tornado, it is pretty much free advertising to millions of homes in the region as it makes the news rounds.

Secondly, the OEMs so affected would likely run to the FTC immediately and file complaints of unfair trade practices, and then MS would find itself in a fecal-tornado of bad press and government action that it would surely not enjoy.

For example: using scipy and numpy together to solve difficult statistics problems, rolling some stuff in C or cython to get speed boosts then pulling it together into an api by using tornado to service a rails app that needs some sort of on demand stats generation.

* haproxy - frontline proxy\n * varnish - app server cache\n * nginx - static files\n * uwsgi - app server\n * flask - primary framework\n * tornado - async/comet connections\n * bulbflow - graph database toolkit\n * rabbitmq - queue/messaging\n * redis - caching & sessions\n * neo4j - high performance graph database\n * hadoop - data processing

Tornado definitions


a localized and violently destructive windstorm occurring over land characterized by a funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground

See also: twister


a purified and potent form of cocaine that is smoked rather than snorted; highly addictive

See also: crack