snowplough


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snowplough

1. an implement or vehicle for clearing away snow
2. Skiing a technique of turning the points of the skis inwards to turn or stop
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But he adds Labour should present him as "somebody they can relate to as a human being" rather than "a cross between a snowplough and a combine harvester".
We ventured higher and higher up the slope; then swerved, snowploughed, swore - and prayed - all the way down.
Snowplough operators around New England struggled to keep up, and Boston police drove several dozen doctors and nurses to work at hospitals.
Much of the snow was whipped into drifts several feet deep and efforts to clear the road with a snowplough left snow banks towering even higher.
I was in fact one of the snowplough drivers who helped to uncover the AA box.
ICY: A snowplough clears roads around the M62 near Huddersfield
You must park your car on the even-numbered side of the street, so the snowplough can get through."
A further 12 snowplough locomotives will be on hand to tackle deep snow and heaters will be used to stop points freezing up.
Contract awarded for Of tipper gritter and snowplough vehicles
Soon I was sidestepping up a three-foot mound, skiing down and using my newly learned V-shaped snowplough to stop.