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“So we went to this place where Muddy Waters or somebody really famous was playing and when we left we were both so drunk that Roger cranked up his car and leapt up on top of a snow-bank and got stuck.”
“Granted, the bulb has tucked itself* in tight against the foundation, where it gets benefit of both our furnace and the reflected heat of the sun, and the snow-bank starts about a foot away, but the flower HAS OPENED!”
“I will not drive a snow-bank colored car in Maine...”
“The simple answer to the snow-bank observaton is: How tall were you when your were a kid?”
“For what else but self-confessed failures are these thin wooden or cheap brick walls, temporarily disguised as massive stone, -- this roof, leaking from the snow-bank retained by the Gothic parapet, or the insufficient slope which the "Italian style" demands?”
“It was of white sand, that resembled, at a distance, a huge snow-bank.”
“Frank's bidding, leaped from the rear and landed unharmed in a snow-bank.”
“She strayed away and was found in a snow-bank, by some soldiers going out to dig a grave.”
“The thought made Faxon hasten on, and a moment later he was stooping over a motionless figure huddled against the snow-bank.”
“The boat was soon dragged from its hiding place, and Heinrich paddled it to the spot where the Goat-mother was resting on a snow-bank.”
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