Sleet sentence example

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  • The water falls back to the earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
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  • They protect literature from rain, sleet and snow.
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  • Snow and/or sleet reported on 9 days - previous October highest value 6 days in 1993.
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  • Riding in driving sleet is, however, no fun at all.
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  • There was no horizontal sleet, just lots of sunshine !
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  • The summer is the rainy season, but in the higher country snow and sleet are not uncommon in the winter months of May, June and July.
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  • Imagine our delight to step out into a howling sleet storm !
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  • To say nothing of the times we brought unseasonal sleet to midsummer Norway and the monsoon to Cheshire.
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  • She will not suffer from the wind or cold and falling sleet!
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  • There was no horizontal sleet, just lots of sunshine!
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  • Today the weather is very cold and squally, occasionally had hail then sleet.
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  • But at least we have n't had the sleet and freezing winds we were used to in Neilston, Scotland !
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  • She will not suffer from the wind or cold and falling sleet !
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  • In the afternoon there were heavier showers including sleet across Anglesey 's higher ground around 1410 GMT.
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  • Scotland will be partly cloudy with some isolated showers, which may turn to sleet on high grounds.
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  • Socialist Party members were not put off by savage dogs and heavy sleet and snow !
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  • Slight sleet and snow during the morning when I went to school.
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  • There was very limited running on Friday due to the cold conditions combined with intermittent sleet showers.
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  • The first element, water, is created when the heavens (skies) release moisture and it falls to the earth in the form of rain, sleet, hail, and snow.
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  • The boy stood for twelve hours in the wind, and sleet, and mud, rejoicing in the conflagration which thus liberated him.
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  • Structural illusions are caused by the effects of heat waves, rain, snow, sleet, or other visual obscurants.
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  • But at least we haven't had the sleet and freezing winds we were used to in Neilston, Scotland!
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  • In the afternoon there were heavier showers including sleet across Anglesey's higher ground around 1410 GMT.
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  • Socialist Party members were not put off by savage dogs and heavy sleet and snow!
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  • Facing the cold vicious winds the blinding sleet, Walking and stumbling on blistered feet.
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