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Synonyms for snowbird

medium-sized Eurasian thrush seen chiefly in winter

small North American finch seen chiefly in winter

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Snowbird officials stated, There will be no access from American Fork Canyon to our proposed lifts, as for the concerns residents had about access to the lifts from Utah County.
A qualified nutritionist, Miss Wood joined Snowbird to become its NPD technologist after a spell as a self-employed nutritional consultant, having qualified with a degree in that subject from Bournemouth University.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 25, 2013-Canadian snowbirds bristle at new US border fees(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
SNOWBIRD would easily head my personal top 10 list of ski resorts.
The average stay may be longer and the average winter home may be bigger, but the essential ingredient of snowbird life, "carefree living," has not changed, said retired Junction City school cook Blanche Miller.
But earlier this year, that challenge was successfully completed by the United Kingdom-based Ice Challenger team, led by Steve Brooks and codriver Graham Stratford, in their vehicle known as Snowbird 6.
SALT LAKE CITY Get jazzed Cool off to cool tunes at the Jazz & Blues Festival, hosted by the Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort, located 29 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.
The expedition used a vehicle called Snowbird 6, which they designed and built over a five-year period.
Their vehicle Snowbird 6, which must cope with ice and water, sprang a leak in Thames tests.
Graham Stratford, of Hereford, and colleague Steve Brooks were forced to abandon the feat until next year after their pounds 150,000 amphibious snowcat, Snowbird 5, was damaged during a trial run in Wales, Alaska.
True ski aficionados head 1 1/2 hours away to Little Cottonwood Canyon for world-class skiing and abundant expert trails and terrain at the Snowbird resort or trek even higher to the powdered peaks of Alta.
While there is a large base of regulars among the guests who pass through the Andre House dining rooms each evening, there is also a fluid number of transient guests, many of them snowbird arrivals who come into town by bus or having hitched a ride," Devine says.
That night, while wind howled through the frozen wilderness and sleet rattled against the roof and window panes, we sat in comfort beside the open fire and listened to stories of this big land of Santeetlah and the Snowbird Mountains.