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  • A heavy snow-fall put a stop midway to his pursuit, losing the trail for him and losing himself.

    LIKE ARGUS OF THE ANCIENT TIMES

  • The Mono trail ran along the level creek-bed, and, less than two feet in width, was like a groove, walled on either side by the snow-fall of months.

    THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE

  • I clung to the side of the sled, peering back fearfully through the thin snow-fall, trying to make out if anything was showing beyond the bend in the causeway.

    The Sky Writer

  • As we proceeded the storm increased, and the snow-fall became deeper and deeper, until finally our horses could not travel through it.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • Pedestrians walk during a snow-fall in central London, Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010.

    Freak pattern brings Europe record cold & snow

  • Luckily I still get a bit of a thrill from each snow-fall, especially since the London kind arrives with large snowflakey clumps and melts within hours.

    Celery and White Bean Soup with Tomato

  • Luckily I still get a bit of a thrill from each snow-fall, especially since the London kind arrives with large snowflakey clumps and melts within hours.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Off topic: Those snow-fall photos I promised are now up on Flickr.

    gift idea

  • By sunset the snow-fall ceased; we were coming down to the river of Shobek, and could see a brown track straggling over the opposite hill towards the village.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • The snow-fall gave to the roads the best covering of the season for sleighing, and thousands took advantage of it.

    Time and Again

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