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snow-covered

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marked by the presence of snow

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covered with snow

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of the white color of snow

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The Snowies sparked complaints when they locked a set of gates on the estate.
He added ramblers and dog walkers were entitled to access to the estate and told the Snowies to reopen its pedestrian gates, locked since September 2005.
You're not likely to see young snowies unless you are in the Arctic during the summer.
The snowies being banded and relocated here this winter deserve our tender care and appreciation.
The six-week-old snowy owls hatched to mum Astrid and dad Sox are the first Snowies to be born at the centre for four years.
Stirling sheriff court heard the Snowies began blocking access last year, citing a fear of being burgled.
Remember grouper season is closed, with the exception of those deepwater snowies and a few others.
As for snowies and yellowedge grouper, you could fish for them the rest of your life and not catch a Warsaw or a Kitty Mitchell.
Not many anglers were aware that you could push the limits of conventional deep jigin 200 feet, up the ante to and catch deepwater uper, snowies and yellow edge them, along with other pecies, all on conventional tackle, FS ran the story I wrote about /trip with the Delphs down in West.
I was surprised at the characteristics of the clouds in Idaho," says Jeff French, a University of Wyoming (UW) atmospheric scientist and principal investigator of the project, called SNOWIE (Seeded and Natural Orographic Wintertime Clouds - the Idaho Experiment).