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black frost

[¦blak ′frȯst]
(hydrology)
A dry freeze with respect to its effects upon vegetation, that is, the internal freezing of vegetation unaccompanied by the protective formation of hoarfrost. Also known as hard frost.
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Seven years after the frost (1982) the market value had been reduced to pre-frost levels, near USD 50 cents a pound, and producer countries, which had enjoyed the windfall profits of the Black Frost aftermath, now cried foul as their high margins were erased by the lower market.
The fleece covers have been replaced by heavy duty black frost sheets and Arkell hopes they will save the meeting, with no inspection currently planned.
The course was and is completely fit to race and we are now re-covering the track with the heavy duty black frost sheets.
We've seen improvement today and you can see bits of black frost cover through the snow now," said clerk of the course Barney Clifford.
Black frost on highways impedes traffic, and navigation in the coastal zone is dangerous at the moment.
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Some gardeners have not yet experienced a black frost.
And Christ The King Ladies moved into fourth place in the race for the pounds 2,000 first prize with Black Frost at 6-1.
Black Frost, thrown into handicap company on his chasing introduction at Haydock, jumped as though he had been doing it for years apart from a mistake at the first.
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