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The boxes often sit scattered on the periphery of a farm, near the sides of roads and along driveways.

One is to remove some of the lowest branches that interfere with paths, driveways and the like, an approach called limbing up or crown lifting.

Main roads are reportedly fine, but untreated side roads, parking lots, and driveways will be slick.

The T-shaped handle has an adjustable height of between 40 and 46 inches, which helps ensure better posture, and with the ability to clear 5 to 10 inches of snow, it’s a great choice for pushing snow off larger areas like decks and driveways.

Blaustein also monitors the driveway with cameras to make sure the plowing service keeps his driveway clear.

Same for driveway pavers and meat and poultry plant workers.

One day, as I sat in our driveway in Long Island playing with blocks and buckets, my curiosity got the best of me.

I live far away [at the top of a long driveway, in rural Leesburg, Va., 40 miles outside of Washington].

Her silver 2001 Chevrolet Prizm was later found in a driveway outside an abandoned house in Gary.

Then, one morning, the boy noticed that lots of cars had pulled up in the family driveway.

He would much rather run the gauntlet of that driveway then wait in the dark any longer.

They too heard the noise and saw a small ancient roadster turn into the driveway and stop.

The driveway here split, one branch descending the hill, while the main thread wound on past the front of the main building.

Joe Burns, of the next generation, closed off one side of the driveway to make a storage room.

And the driveway is where the car was parked because the garage always had too many things in it to get your car in?


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