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See also: Katrīna Katrina A female given name. A variant of Catherine. The 11th hurricane of the 2005 season, which caused catastrophic damage to Louisiana
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mowing. (often figuratively) A broad sweep or expanse. Five days after Hurricane Katrina, large swaths of New Orleans, such as Canal Street seen here, are
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Much of the central Gulf Coast was declared a disaster area after hurricane Katrina. An area that looks like one that has suffered a natural disaster
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"Katrina Cat", Jet, 13 March 2006 Though its name is Cupcake, Tristan Carter's cat proved it was one tough cookie surviving on its own since Hurricane
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to the company's water system being inadvertently compromised by Hurricane Katrina, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service
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statement to FEMA head Michael D. Brown September 2, 2005, after Hurricane Katrina: "...you're doing a heckuva job." [Officially transcribed as "...you're
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Unfortunately, poor areas such as those in New Orleans bore the brunt of Hurricane Katrina's winds. 2012 October 31, David M. Halbfinger, "," New York Times
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