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s nohbownd

  • s  confined or shut in by heavy snow

  • It's that time of year again: the birds are beginning to return to snowbound northern cities, the first buds of spring are sprouting on trees and hordes of college students are .
  • We have started too late in the day, at least at my pace, to make the snowbound summit we originally set our sights on.
  • If one is determined to find a super natural explanation for the strange goings-on in the old, grand, snowbound hotel in the Rockies, it is just barely possible to do so.
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  • Saturday’s racing handicaps | Emerald Downs
    First three horses listed in each race in order of predicted finish. First race: 2 p.m. Snowbound Superchick won a similar race here last month and has a great chance to win again.
    July 13, 2013 - Seattle Times

  • Bob Crow in Reuters UK
    Bob Crow, the RMT general secretary, said: "How a signaller who might live in a snowbound town outside the capital can be expected to do some meaningful work from home is beyond me."
  • Ken Sutcliffe in BBC Sport (blog)
    The Winter Games are like a travelogue for Australians,said Ken Sutcliffe, presenter for Channel Nine's coverage. "We're not a snowbound country but we have a fascination with speed and danger."
  • Kelsey Grammer in USA Today
    The weather's been a little hot for snowbound Dickensian London,says Grammer, who finished an 11-season run on Frasier in May.

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