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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.
The screen was adjusted to show the snowbank below as a gray smear.
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.
Hawkins was driving east about four miles west of Willamette Pass when she struck a snowbank, then stopped on the side of the road with her car's emergency lights flashing, Oregon State Police said.
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.
Leo Quinn, the parade's vice president of operations, said the city has cleared snow on Park Avenue from curb to curb, which should leave plenty of room for people who want to get in front of a snowbank to watch the parade.