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The word tempest originally meant a season, then it came to mean ‘bad season’, and by the time Shakespeare wrote his play ‘The Tempest’, it was used for the storms that make a season bad. The main protagonist of this 1610 play works up a tempest with his magic spells, so that his brother, who had betrayed him many years ago, is shipwrecked.

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