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blizzards Sentence Examples

  • blizzards without snow, are especially dangerous to man and beast.

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  • Bad weather was experienced, frequent blizzards making the advance difficult.

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  • The great altitude accounts for very severe winter cold, occasionally ro to 25° below zero F., accompanied by blizzards (tipi) sometimes fatal to travellers overtaken by them.

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  • 26 and for two days severe blizzards made it impossible to see the surroundings, but the course lay on a descending gradient.

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  • There are, however, during every winter from one to four severe blizzards, which inflict great damage upon unprotected flocks and herds.

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  • The intense cold which usually accompanies these sudden northern blizzards of Herat and Turkestan is a further source of danger.

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  • At the main base in Adelie Land autumn sledging proved impossible, and throughout the winter there was a continuous succession of terrific blizzards, wind with an average velocity of 50 m.p.h.

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  • The snows are generally light, and cattle may graze on the prairies during most of the winter; but there are occasional severe " blizzards," which are accompanied by intense cold and high winds.

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  • This makes it snow on Earth and if it is done too roughly, it could cause blizzards!

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  • Davis, after landing the relief party and taking off all the others, waited for the return of Mawson as long as he dared, having in view the necessity of relieving Wild's party in Queen Mary Land, and the fact that every anchor on the ship had been lost in the fight with blizzards in Commonwealth Bay.

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  • The north-west blizzards which occur in winter and spring are the most noticeable feature, and their influence is clearly felt on the Indian frontier.

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  • Today, it is largely barren, hampered by swamps and salt lakes and prone to fierce blizzards.

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  • whiteout blizzards.

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  • there are in some winters occasional anti-cyclonic or high-area storms known as blizzards - wind-storms preceded or accompanied by snow-fall - which are very severe.

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  • rageging blizzards force them into a hut for five days whilst temperatures plummet.

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  • The blast ripped into the sides of buildings turning windows into blizzards of deadly shrapnel.

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  • heavy hailstorms followed by blizzards sweep across the UK.

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  • For women who don't have to brave blizzards year after year, a lighter weight coat is a suitable option.

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  • Raging blizzards force them into a hut for five days whilst temperatures plummet.

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  • Meanwhile, I watched other bike, foot and ski racers appear from the Dalzell Gorge with tales of waist-deep snow and whiteout blizzards.

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  • The great altitude accounts for very severe winter cold, occasionally ro to 25° below zero F., accompanied by blizzards (tipi) sometimes fatal to travellers overtaken by them.

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  • Visibility: Even a light snow flurry can impair drivers' visibility, and severe blizzards can make useful visibility nonexistent.

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  • When it is time for a treat, Dairy Queen offers several gluten-free products including soft serve ice cream, Blizzards made with Reese's peanut butter cups, Snickers, Heath, or Butterfingers.

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  • If you will be facing blizzards or deep snow, you will need boots up to your knees with gaiters or elastic tops to keep the snow out of the boot.

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