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Drug slang A regional term for a white cloud around a pipe being puffed with cocaine
Public health A storm characterised by heavy driving snow, strong winds, and intense cold covering a wide area
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The album release has been so long awaited the band even made a film The Blizzards: Behind The Music, cataloging the entire process with its Dublin premiere set to take place at the IFI next month.
THE first snow fell in England yesterday as a blizzard took hold in the South Tyne valley.
Niall added: "With the Blizzards, we have all known each other for such a long time, we are the best of friends.
In new flavor news, Dairy Queen continues the 25th birthday of the Blizzard celebration in-store with new Blizzards beginning in April with the Ooey Gooey Caramel Brownie Blizzard.
Blizzard Fun Park would like to welcome everyone to a very special Christmas experience at Cardiff's most prestigious venue - The Millennium Stadium.
Birmingham construction law specialists Challinors Blizzard - the only practice of its kind in the UK - has celebrated its first birthday with a series of contracts worth a cumulative value in excess of pounds 14 million.
The holiday blizzard, one of the heaviest on record in the Philadelphia area, which led both New Jersey and Pennsylvania to declare states of emergency--also created an emergency for Building 1305 of the Camden County apartment community.
A spokesman for the national PA Weather Centre predicted blizzards would hit north and eastern parts of Scotland today.
In January a blowout blizzard dumped up to two feet of snow from Minnesota to Texas.
Things have changed since the Blizzard of '78 lashed New England with record-breaking snow, hurricane-force winds and deadly, bitter wind chills.
The mammoth blizzard that buried the East Coast with snow in mid-March also generated record-breaking amounts of lighting.