avalanche : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a slide of large masses of snow and ice and mud down a mountain
- n a sudden appearance of an overwhelming number of things
the program brought an avalanche of mail
- v gather into a huge mass and roll down a mountain, of snow
- There are so many ways to die on that mountain, spanning the spectacular (fall through an ice shelf into a crevasse, get waylaid by an avalanche, develop cerebral edema from lack .
- Like a reluctant avalanche Franklin Roosevelt's Administration began to move.
- With more people in avalanche-heavy areas, attention is shifting to self-rescue.
- Stan Kroenke in USA Today
Although no final decisions have been made, we are pleased with the progress we have made to this point,Kroenke said of his proposal to the NFL. "My family looks forward to owning the Rams, Nuggets and Avalanche for years to come while...
- Garth Snow in ESPN
Ryan decided it was best for him and his family to sign with Colorado,Snow said. "The Avalanche are very fortunate to have him and we wish Ryan and his family the best. I said when I made the trade to acquire Ryan from Edmonton that it's a...
- Francois Giguere in 940 News
Tony has gained tremendous coaching experience over the last five seasons behind the Avalanche bench,general manager Francois Giguere said.