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  • We had to fight blinding snow-filled winds, stupid drivers, and slippery streets to get him there on time.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Releasing a sigh filled with a lot of the bullshit Dyme had put me through, I drove my Lexus off the snow-filled streets outside King Court and onto one of the parking spots lined up outside the buildings.

    Real wifeys

  • They brought bulldozers to the remote location in a snow-filled gulch to carve the 22-foot high walls of the superpipe and a special foam-filled pit that allowed White to tackle new trick variations without crashing to the bottom of the icy pipe.

    Marketing mogul Shaun White seeks more gold

  • Brenna peered out into the snow-filled courtyard as best she could through the thick winding vines of frost-drawn ice covering her bedroom window.

    My preview of the ballet Don Quixote…

  • Though many of us have barely recovered from our snow-filled winter nightmare, we are now facing the nightmare that summer weather brings.

    Keli Goff: If Men Don't Care About Cellulite, Why Do We? (Battling the "Bikini-Body" Obsession)

  • William Suddath, an interventional cardiologist at Washington Hospital Center, says his hospital has seen more heart-attack and sudden-death admissions during the last couple of snow-filled weeks; he says they saw a similar rise in such admissions during last year's huge snowfall.

    Is that right? Shoveling snow boosts heart-attack risk

  • Then we roll the second ball, then the third, ransacking the snow-filled lawn.

    History of a Suicide

  • At the backcountry Silverton Mountain ski area in a snow-filled gulch sits a perfectly sculpted, 500-foot long, 22-foot deep halfpipe.

    Secret pipe dream gives Shaun White a snowboarding edge

  • Later, we were able to gaze down into the mountain's vast, snow-filled crater.

    Taking on 'Everyman's Everest'EasIER Peaks

  • Go into any bookstore and you will spot a table work by previously unknown authors, the vowels in their names laden with circles, umlauts and slashes, their dust jackets adorned by images of snow-filled landscapes and thick birch trees, with blurbs promising a story in the tradition of Stieg Larsson.

    Tattooed by Politics

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