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  • Ich. Several of us were out there, clomping around in the cold, white stuff, complaining one more time about the harshness of this Michigan winter and laughing at one cast member who had foolishly taken his snowbrush out of the car.

    Week’s End

  • The understory includes sagebrush, antelope bitterbrush, and a fire-maintained chaparral component of snowbrush and manzanita.

    Ecoregions of Nevada (EPA)

  • Then she grabbed the snowbrush from her back seat and climbed out and brushed the snow from her windows.

    Richard Paul Evans Ebook Christmas Set

  • LAUNDRIE, J.F. (1958) Pulping of mesquite, manzanita, and snowbrush.

    Chapter 5

  • The broken jagged rock and shale dropped off an hundred feet to a tangle of manzanita and snowbrush.

    The Killer

  • Zavitkovski J, Newton M (1968) Ecological importance of snowbrush

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  • Today is hereby proclaimed "take the snowbrush out of the car day" .. .i removed mine about an hour ago.

    North Buffalo Journal and Review

  • The kit should include a small bag of rock salt, sand or cat litter to provide traction in case you get stuck, a snowbrush and ice scraper, a flashlight, battery booster cables, a blanket and extra clothing.

    News for Culpeper Star-Exponent

  • The snowbrush handle contained tiny amounts of Mr. Littlejohn's DNA, Mr. Taub said.

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  • A snowbrush was also found there, which Mr. Taub said fell out of the back of the van when Mr. Littlejohn dropped Ms.St. Guillen's body.

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