snowbank


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snowbank

Colloquial term for a massive exudate found over the pars plana of the eye in pars planitis.
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Prospect Street, motor vehicle stuck a snowbank, no injuries.
Youngsters play on a snowbank next to their campsite at Odell Lake's Shelter Cove Resort, where the camping area was plowed.
A truck crashed into a snowbank on Highway 58 near Oakridge just before 6 p.
Needing to take the Cup out to get to the spare, the trophy was forgotten in a snowbank.
It's as though material is coming unglued, disintegrating like a dirty snowbank in Boston in the spring.
Exerting yourself by pushing a car out of a snowbank or shoveling wet, heavy snow in freezing temperatures may strain your muscles and your heart.
The polling data is about as ugly as a mud-caked snowbank in Boston these days.
Those would include aborted attempts to consummate their vows on a trans-Atlantic flight, the tiny shoe-shaped car they have rented in France, blowing out the electrical system (and getting evicted for it) at a stuffy Alpine hotel, the shoe car getting stuck in a snowbank all night, and having to listen to the couple next door have loud Italian sex at a bug-infested pensione.
in Worcester, I got stuck in the snowbank when I pulled too far into it, to allow other cars to get by.
Culture: Plant Snowbank boltonia in full sun or part shade in rich, heavy soil.
West Boylston Street and Stockwell Road, motor vehicle stuck in snowbank.
We scaled an 8-foot snowbank to shake hands with candidate Jesse Jackson and spent nights in the bar at the Wayfarer hotel in Bedford with political journalism heavyweights Jack Germond, David Broder, E.