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Once I knew of a number of wolves and two lions lingering for more than two weeks at the wreckage brought down by a snowslide.
Deer, elk, and mountain sheep occasionally are caught in deep snow, or are struck by a snowslide.
Another time a snowslide tore a big stump out by the roots and disclosed four skunks beneath.
He told the Ranger and the doctor about their ride on the snowslide.
BOY SCOUTS IN GLACIER PARKWALTER PRICHARD EATON
The only pleasant thing was that there came a tremendously big heavy snowslide right down on the little shoemaker, Jorgen.
As she climbed up the trail a deep rumble warned her that a snowslide was approaching.
HIGHACRESJANE ABBOTT
Half-obliterated by the débris of snowslide and melting torrents, the trail was hard to follow.
THE PLUNDERERROY NORTON
The stranger said his son had been hunting in the snow mountains and had been buried by a snowslide.
His cattle were buried somewhere in the great snowslide and were never heard of again.
OUR LITTLE SWISS COUSINMARY HAZELTON WADE
In the winter of 1915-16 a snowslide started down Jackson, and this is whats left.
BOY SCOUTS IN GLACIER PARKWALTER PRICHARD EATON

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