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A dust storm called a haboob—which is Arabic for "violent wind"—slams Phoenix, Arizona (file picture).

A dust storm called a haboob—which is Arabic for "violent wind"—slams Phoenix, Arizona (file picture).

8) Meaning behind unusual name  A monstrous dust storm known as a Haboob roars through Phoenix on July 5, 2011. Haboob is an Arabic word meaning "blasting" or "drafting," and it refers to an intense storm that pushes a wall of dust in front of it...

8) Meaning behind unusual name A monstrous dust storm known as a Haboob roars through Phoenix on July 5, 2011. Haboob is an Arabic word meaning "blasting" or "drafting," and it refers to an intense storm that pushes a wall of dust in front of it...

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Phoenix Dust Storm: Arizona Hit With Monstrous Haboob (PHOTOS/VIDEO)

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A monstrous sandstorm one mile high and 100 miles wide descends on the Phoenix, Arizona area on July 5, 2011

Caught on video: The moment a driver is swallowed by a menacing black cloud as a huge dust storm from the desert engulfs Phoenix

A monstrous sandstorm one mile high and 100 miles wide descends on the Phoenix, Arizona area on July 5, 2011

Photographer Wood took this photo of a monstrous sand storm near Phoenix from a wash near her home

Photographer Wood took this photo of a monstrous sand storm near Phoenix from a wash near her home

A monstrous dust storm known as a haboob roars through Phoenix on July 5, 2011. Haboob is an Arabic word meaning "blasting" or "drafting," and it refers to an intense storm that pushes a wall of dust in front of it.

A monstrous dust storm known as a haboob roars through Phoenix on July 5, 2011. Haboob is an Arabic word meaning "blasting" or "drafting," and it refers to an intense storm that pushes a wall of dust in front of it.

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