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1. Traffic was dislocated by the snowstorm.
2. The snowstorm will last till tomorrow afternoon.
3. A severe snowstorm blocked up railroads.
4. Traffic in the city was interrupted by a snowstorm.
5. A snowstorm hit the West today, bringing with it frigid temperatures.
6. The snowstorm swept the vast expanse of grassland.
7. After several weeks of travel, snowstorm hit us first.
8. Northern areas of the country were engulfed by/in a snowstorm last night.
9. He froze while waiting for the bus during the snowstorm.
10. A sudden snowstorm paralysed the city.
11. Unfortunately they ran into a snowstorm along the way.
12. One of the victims of the weekend's snowstorm has been named as twenty-year-old John Barr.
13. People are buying extra groceries in anticipation of heavy snowstorms.
14. The snowstorm meant that all planes were grounded.
15. All communications with the north have been stopped by snowstorm.
16. The icy roads were sanded after the snowstorm.
17. The first snowstorm blew in from the north.
18. He turned his son adrift in a snowstorm.
19. Don't try to walk in a heavy snowstorm as you may lose sight of your vehicle.
20. The train schedule was disorganized by heavy snow-storms.
21. Often in a snow-storm, even by day, one will come out upon a well-known road and yet find it impossible to tell which way leads to the village.
22. What of it if Winter has another snow-storm or two up his sleeve?I take my staff and fare forth to greet Spring with three dogs at my heels.
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23. By this time it had also taken on the meaning of "snow-storm" and because of its frequent use in the news that winter, that's the meaning that stuck.
24. Because of the snow-storm, the university extended our holiday by four days.
25. Question 12 : They say there'll be a snow-storm tonight, and the cold weather will last quite a few days.
26. ' he said, shaking the white flakes from his clothes;'I wonder you should select the thick of a snow-storm to ramble about in.
27. But the weapon remained poised in mid-air, for Martin found himself back in the ironing room in the midst of a snow-storm.
28. Instead they are caught on the edge of a mountain in a snow-storm in a small wooden house, where they have nothing to eat.
29. I hope that the climbers don't run into a snow-storm halfway up.
30. Sonographic patterns of joint effusion were:anechoic, cloudy, mixed and snow-storm on high-frequency ultrasound.
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