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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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very little to no braking action." The airplane impacted a snowbank with the right main landing gear, yawing to the right.
Friday after a deputy saw Mondragons pickup truck in a snowbank on Loucks Street, north of Fifth Avenue, near Aurora, according to a sheriffs report.
7:48 a.m.: Woodland Street, disabled motor vehicle in a snowbank.
So they pitched their tent instead alongside a snowbank at Shelter Cove Resort, whose owner had plowed out the campsites.
Resembling a pair of oversized salad tongs with a hemisphere at the end of each arm and made of high-impact, colorful plastic, this ingenious device simply requires plunging into a snowbank and scooping up the proper amount of the white stuff to form the desired ball, utilizing a scissor-like motion.
British pair Colin McRae and Richard Burns paid a heavy price as they lost valuable time when they both became stuck in a snowbank on the opening leg.
Or try a scenic drive up 8,322-foot West Mountain (Collier Peak), visible from the train and accessible June through October on Cabarton and Snowbank Mountain roads south of cascade.
The colors blossoming on snowbank surfaces in springtime are just the tip of the life cycle for snow algae.
Romero-Alfaro crashed into a snowbank while doing doughnuts in the parking lot of the Kane County Judicial Center and sheriffs office, 37W700 block of Route 38 near St.
8:17 a.m.: Industrial Drive, vehicle went off of the road into a snowbank, no injuries.
A truck crashed into a snowbank on Highway 58 near Oakridge just before 6 p.m.
'I went straight through the snowbank on the side of the road and ended up with the car perched on top of another bank some way off the road.