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  • The first few minutes of tense conversations and snow-shrouded Swedish landscapes are accompanied by wintry drones and tinkling bells.

    Trent Reznor: 'I'm not at war with myself as I once was'

  • The valley was ringed with silent, snow-shrouded peaks scribbling upwards from timberline, meshing with the white-on-white winter sky.

    Richard Bangs: So, You Think That's Cold?

  • We headed back across the Point Street Bridge, and stopped to take a few photos of the Providence River and snow-shrouded College Hill.

    Winter Solstice 2008

  • And another, and another, until they were huddled close to the trunk of the tree and Dasie's snow-shrouded body.

    Renegade's Magic

  • He landed on the snowy incline just forward of the ice ramp and just astern the snow-shrouded boats.

    The Terror

  • The sun is throwing a brave light on my snow-shrouded yard.

    2006 List of Ten

  • Snow, snow-shrouded trees, the icicles that hung from the eaves of the house-the whole world seemed blue with cold.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • "I'm sorry." said Serge, squinting at the snow-shrouded world up ahead.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • The Vulture would have said more, but that's when Spider-Man grabbed him by the shoulders and flung him, as easily as a skipped stone, across a snow-shrouded rooftop.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • He tapped his SAFE throat-mike as he took most of a snow-shrouded block in two great leaps.

    The Sinister Six Combo

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