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The two have never met though, only in their snowplows.
He had seen a man once who'd been hit by a snowplow.
He pushed, trying to use the door as a snowplow.
We have some of the best snowplow drivers in the world.
In another incident, a man died after being run over by a snowplow.
However, they are relieved to see a snowplow approach them.
He couldn't be sure because the snowplow had been by.
We walked down a hallway wide enough for a snowplow.
Anything the snowplows had just done was being undone fast.
As the cleanup got under way today, some towns turned to snowplows.
It is too narrow for the snowplow services to plow us out.
She regarded her first few months on the job as a baptism by snowplow.
Snowplows and street cleaners had to steer clear of them.
But on Highway 550, snowplows were frantically fighting to keep the road open.
The snowplow driver stopped his machine and leaped to the street.
He invented in other areas too, for example a rotary snowplow.
He looks out the window at the gray sky as a snowplow works loudly on his street.
Somewhere in the distance a snowplow scrapes along a street.
Two men in the bed were peppering the snowplow with automatic fire.
And few demands for county services beyond the occasional sweep of a snowplow.
The truck had a snowplow on its front end, though it was not wintertime.
No snowplows had been through, but so far, it hadn't mattered.
All except the snowplow were on the heavy 30-foot underframe.
In snowy areas the pilot has also the function of a snowplow.
And the night was punctuated by the sound of snowplows scraping through the neighborhood.
We slither up to the limits of the city where no snowplough has gone before.
A tractor with a snowplough was used to keep the landing strip free of snow.
He's rigged up some sort of snowplough behind a horse.'
This is the classic "stemming" motion, developing directly from the snowplough.
Many ski schools graduate advancing students directly from the snowplough to the carving turn.
Liam - it's one of life's mysteries, like how does the man who drives the snowplough get to work.
The result was not exactly like that of a diesel-powered snowplough, but it was good enough.
The engines and snowplough reversed back along the line and then charged.
This creates the same general position as the snowplough, and the same forces cause the skier to turn.
In the classic parallel, the turning forces are generated the same way as the stem Christie or snowplough.
The first train crossed in autumn 1922 and materials from this cargo were used to make a permanent snowplough.
Esther struggled with the snowplough but the load was too much too push away.
The Snowplough had run out of gas.
Those who have mastered the snowplough turn have earned their lie-in.
Skiers sometimes have difficulty with the snowplough technique.
Then I remembered this old snowplough.
After one driver suffered serious injury the Buxton snowplough was fitted with ice clearing equipment.
Some skiers with cerebral palsy in this class have difficulty with the snowplough technique.
The Snowplough turn - (also known as the wedge turn or stem turn)
The team fitted a snowplough to the front of a used Claas Dominator.
The snowplough is typically introduced to beginners by having them move their legs to produce a "pizza slice" shape, tips together and tails apart.
Bradyll was obsolete by the 1870s, and in 1875 she was converted into a snowplough.
At the same time two works cars were obtained; they were no. 1, a water sprinkler and line clearer, and no. 2, a snowplough.
The two bonus b-sides, "Snowplough" and "Peterloo" are both instrumentals.
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