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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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Sunday's wintry storms prompted public works crews to awaken snowplows from their seasonal slumber.
Bqaa Sifrin Mayor Mounir Kanj said the municipality's three small snowplows were not sufficient to clear the thick layers of snow blocking inner streets and the main road leading to the village.
* Give peace of mind--Let the snowplow drivers concentrate on clearing the roadway and worry less about tailgaters.
Officials are asking motorists to give snowplow operators plenty of room to do their jobs.
The city has a lone, undersized snowplow that it's reluctant to use because it clogs up traffic and damages the pavement, Kintigh said.
Although it is desirable to know where your snowplows are at any given moment while tackling a snow event, it is only half as useful if you don't know where they should be in the first place.
Marie) and budding entrepreneur has developed an innovative and patented snowplow system that can handle the bumps and grids of frozen Northern Ontario highways.
One of the most common problems with aftermarket snowplow installations is tire routing of electrical cables.
In an irritating consequence of cleaner waterways, mayflies are mating and dying in such great numbers that they have to be shoveled from streets and scraped from bridges with snowplows. In the insect's one-day lifespan, they don't eat but they do mate.
Reindeer use their antlers as small snowplows to move the snow aside in search of food.
A1though they protrude up to 0.39" above the road surface, the design of these in-pavement lights poses neither hazard to bicycles nor an impediment to snowplows.
Approximately 140 miles to the west of Burleigh County, snowplows were working hard to keep the interstate open as snow was falling quickly and making travel very difficult.