2) The fight against slipperiness: roads, streets, sidewalks, bus bays, bus stops, plazas and parks due to ice, snow, hoar frost
, frost and ice in the municipality of Zukowo, the term should be understood to combat the slipperiness - scattering (scattering) of the material uszorstniajacego type of sand.
upon the face of the wilderness (lay) a small round thing, small as the hoar frost
upon the ground.
Erica and Bethany each won a PS50 gift voucher, whilst a special award was made to Peter Rafferty for his image of hoar frost
at Southfields Farm, Coleshill (shown above), which the Mayor chose as the cover for her 2012 Christmas card.
Above a certain level, the grass was covered with a thick hoar frost
behold, upon the face of the wilderness there lay a small round thing, as small as the hoar frost
on the ground.
The phrase spoke of an "exhalation" from certain rivers, which "spread around like a hoar frost
McCoy is fancied to kick off the meeting with a win on Hoar Frost
White hoar frost
in the morning icing the ground, Reveals old Jack Frost is still hanging around.
For three years I was beyond snow's comfort, beyond star-flake, hoar frost
, rime, touched it only once in a rusty patch, as if roadside and rock-salted.
is certainly much easier to spot but it too is often underestimated.
During the winter, the withered leaves and seed heads create a spectacular display, especially when covered with hoar frost
The imminent hoar frost
plus a good 'blaw' is a good time to start lifting leaves and a good time to buy a new leaf rake.