black snow


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black snow

[¦blak ′snō]
(hydrology)
Snow that falls through a particulate-laden atmosphere.
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Lynch, who has garnered comparisons to Cormac McCarthy and Colm Toibin for his previous works Red Sky in Morning and The Black Snow, has woven a sweeping novel that is difficult to properly categorize.
The pair of tureens supplied in 1752 by Frederick Kandler, London, decorated with cast root vegetables, ingredients for soup, and surmounted by the family crest (a black snow leopard with gold spots) were matched by a pair of round tureens by Turinese goldsmiths.
The columnist wore a pair of black snow boots and carried an orange and blue backpack.
The colour black dominates this book--black diamonds, black smoke, black ink, black blood coursing through the veins of poisoned people, even black snow falling through the polluted air of London in 1842.
Turner painted a dizzying landscape of white mountains and distant blue sky contrasted with a sinister sheet of black snow and sleet.
The only items to keep Skarsgard warm are black snow boots, a hat, and his faux beard.
BLACK SNOW IN SIBERA: Black snow covered the ground in a city in Siberia Sunday, raising concerns among local residents, Russia's environmental watchdog said.
in a city of seven too many corners uncle struck and left to die in rain torrential in the road in the dark adrift without relations sister twenty at suicide having left her son swaddled in the clothes of my own a black snow fell aunt whose court-appointed custodian spent the money meant for heat on beer and snuff and spirits unable to grasp the trailing dragline grandfather with a cerebral aneurysm deposited at jail instead of hospital the police mistaking him for drunk we hear constant surf cousin skids off the road what's left of a six pack locked rolling in her trunk for the sea is very deep land's end nunam izua let us set the last stone in place
A gray Ford minivan sits in the driveway, also covered with sooty, black snow from the fire.
FUN DAY: Lilly Coonan, three, enjoying a donkey ride, above, and Kristi, eight, on a funfair ride, left Pictures by IAN COOPER STRIKING A CHORD: James Hayden performs ON SONG: Black Snow on stage at the festival
BLACK SNOW Unity Theatre THE best play about Stalinist suppression of artists is Liverpool-born David Pownall''s Master Class - a three-hour epic centred on the Russian dictator''s dismantling of composers Prokofiev and Shostakovich.
RLPO conductor Vasily Petrenko THEATRE Black Snow, The Unity, until May 28, 0844 873 2888; Shaun The Sheep, Liverpool Empire, until May 28, 0844 847 2525; Macbeth, Liver pool Everyman, until June 11, 0151 709 4776; Agatha Christie's Verdict, Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, until May 28, 0151 666 0000.