snowplow


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snowplow

[′snō‚plau̇]
(mechanical engineering)
A device for clearing away snow, as from a road or railway track.
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Var of damage in the snowplow vehicle after the accident
Improve visibility--Like other big trucks, snowplows have poor visibility on the sides and behind the vehicle.
Slow-moving snowplows may head up a line of traffic on local highways but the large snowclearing machines should be watched carefully before you try to pass.
I recommend a recumbent seating position because it makes it a little easier to get on and off the snowplow when you're wearing winter clothes.
The auto-tracing command demonstrates how a snowplow should progress though its route.
Most conventional snowplow systems use a long steel backer with three sections of steel together with carbide inserts that are held together with carriage bolts.
She also meets Kai (Kristoffer Joner), the young man driving the snowplow that fateful night.
Widmer Brothers Brewing Company of Portland, OR, has donated $4,200 from the sales of its Snowplow Milk Stout to the Oregon Brew Crew (OBC) as a show of appreciation for the efforts made in developing this beer.
Players steer a snowplow through Boston after a blizzard, whizzing by popular city landmarks, in a quest to clear the streets and accumulate points, peppermints and snowflakes before time runs out," said a statement by the web site.
The system is being developed for use on a rotary snowplow, allowing the driver to locate and avoid objects buried within snowbanks.
Figure 1 is a typical conceptual drawing of how most of the snowplow kits are put together.
Before the star became hot enough to be classified as a Wolf-Bayet, it emitted a strong wind that swept up interstellar debris like a snowplow, suggest Naze, Chu, and their colleagues.