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- n. A period of exceptionally cold weather.
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- n. a spell of cold weather
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Even in the midst of a cold snap in December, our building had flies and rodents and all sorts of delightful beasties.
GLASGOW, Scotland -- Kwik Fit Insurance has reported a 57% spike in calls from customers who have broken down as a result of the ongoing cold snap affecting the British Isles.
The calving front is now exposing areas of ice formed very recently, in a cold snap just prior to the Great Melt ten thousand years ago.
People bundled against the current cold snap moved through the alleyway toward the street beyond, looking for rooms, for food, for clothes, for jobs.