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Meanwhile, even the skilled Downhill Skier has only a marginal chance of snowplowing to a halt, much less doing something graceful like jumpturning into the snowbank.
Here, we’ve collected the best tools for shoveling snow, with arms that are long enough to prevent hunching, ergonomic designs to reduce back strain, and durable materials that can cut through any snowbank.
He called for help, but the cry rose no higher than the snowbank.
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She was either too blind or too utterly spent to see the snowbank in front of her, as suddenly it shut out her mirage of home.
We hit the snowbank like a battering ram, the snow piling up in front of us as hard as stone; the shock was terrific!
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The snow sifts through my door and window until I have a regular snowbank all along the inside of the house.
Rose watched it as it alighted on a little unmelted snowbank, and, hurrying over, picked it up.
He was found half frozen in a snowbank, from which the chums rescued him, and sent him back home.
Bob led them along a lane right past the spot where Tommy had pulled the girl out of the snowbank!
This is indeed a fearful ordeal, fastened here in a snowbank, midway of the continent at the top of the Rocky mountains.

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