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  • I called her Snowy and the two that followed Misty and Baringa.

    Rainbow’s End

  • They were looking for the man they dubbed the Snowy Day Robber, who was known for striking banks during or shortly after snowstorms.

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

  • I posted another photo of Cookie, a nice orangutan shot, and many snow scene photos in a folder on Flickr called Snowy Day at Brookfield Zoo.

    Cookie, the Major Mitchell's Cockatoo

  • Hergé’s (real name George Remi) character of Tintin, the intrepid (useless) reporter with a sideline in solving crime (usually smuggling) and a fluffy white dog called Snowy (true) is much loved the world over.

    Nobody Wants To Pay For Spielberg’s Tintin Flick

  • The Snowy is a bit taller than you, but that is no matter; you can wear them perfectly well, I tell you.

    Peggy

  • Mts. Always covered with snow and is called the Snowy mountain.

    N. Wyeth's Journal - First Expedition

  • I could list endless indignities such as being teased to the point of incandescent rage; cruelly excluded from big girls 'games; called Snowy for no apparent reason (which clearly incensed me); and being hit on the head with a hairbrush for crying as a toddler (yes Grace, it's indelibly etched).

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  • He said the Snowy was a test case for returning water to stressed rivers across the Murray Darling Basin.

    The Canberra Times

  • The pure-white Jack Russell terrier (called Snowy, of course), can understand sign language at the age of only four months.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • Other prominent characters in the Seven Crystal Balls is his talking dog, a fox terrier called Snowy, and Tintin's good friend Captain Haddock.

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