- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of snowplow.
“Anchorage airport describe how, with the help of vehicles called snowplows and stuff called de-icing fluid, it's actually possible in the 21st century to keep an airport open after a snowstorm.”
“This allows the transmission to power auxiliary equipment such as snowplows, aerial lifts, tow truck lifts, cement mixers or dump trucks.”
“City officials announced that a system of GPS devices mounted on snowplows will be operational.”
“Even after being scraped by city snowplows and abused by heavy trucks, many of the bricks look like they just came from the manufacturer.”
“So, there is absolutely NO doubt in my mind that, someday, snowplows will operate without drivers.”
“Second, and no less important, opening up data will have an effect on those in government too, who know that those snowplows better be fairly distributed around the city, because the data will show it if they aren't.”
“Indiana also is purchasing 19 new snowplows that will run on compressed natural gas; initially, they will be used primarily in the Indianapolis area.”
“The logic often cited behind consolidations is saving money by shedding layers of management or having departments share equipment such as snowplows.”
“They will need a bridge capable of carrying snowplows.”
“Emanuel, though not yet in charge of any city-owned snowplows, is still capable of shoveling out cars, extracting stranded citizens from snowbanks, and making note of his ascetic breakfast "Advil and Diet Coke" using Twitter.”
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