It is often planted in large drifts in gardens and parks.
These are merely the leading indicators of a larger drift into complacency that is hardly limited to this one form of terrorism or a single city.
Gradually the raiders converged on a point where Jouka lay, belly down, in the snow at the base of a large drift.
He tried to make out where the Saab was and thought he vaguely recognised its shape beneath the largest drift.
Farmers and ranchers may use temporary snow fences to create large drifts in basins for a ready supply of water in the spring.
A large drift of sand had formed on one side.
In less than ten minutes the bodies were buried in a large drift behind the cabin and the bloodied snow shoveled away.
The snow was formed into large drifts by winds constantly blowing as much as 100 mph.
Only where the cutter went through a large drift were there visible tracks.
When the time came, it was snowing heavily; Allied troops advancing across no man's land were hindered by large drifts.