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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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Some stops will feature an extensive celebration that includes an emcee, music, photo opportunities, a "snow storm," free Mini Blizzards and a chance to experience the Blizzard Blaster--a giant, upside down, inflatable Blizzard cup filled with chilled, swirling scented air.
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.
In January a blowout blizzard dumped up to two feet of snow from Minnesota to Texas.
When trapped in a winter blizzard, the difference between survival without injury and a frost-covered death can lie in something as small as having remembered to pack a Power Bar and plastic bottle of water.
The mammoth blizzard that buried the East Coast with snow in mid-March also generated record-breaking amounts of lighting.
Available at participating Dairy Queen and DQ Grill & Chill locations that sell cakes nationwide, Blizzard cakes combine creamy layers of DQ soft serve fudge crunch and a top layer of either Oreo Cookies, Chocolate Xtreme or Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.