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  • Assembling the attack forces in the deep snow proved to be very difficult.

    Panzer Aces

  • The pupil who could master this course of study was prepared, so far as the education within reach could fit him, to undertake the responsibilities of life; and it was generally acquired at the expense of a daily walk of several miles through deep snow and intense cold, with books and dinner-basket in hand.

    Life in Canada Fifty Years Ago

  • The deep snow made our work extremely laborious, exhausting men and horses almost to the point of relinquishing the struggle, but our desperate situation required that we should get down into the valley beyond, or run the chance of perishing on the mountain in a storm which seemed unending.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • When a deep snow in the Valley made it reasonably certain that Sheridan could not move, Rodes's division, under Bryan Grimes, was ordered back to the main army.

    LEE’S LIEUTENANTS

  • In crossing the summit and then the descent of the Dovrefeld Range, he suffered much fatigue both to the eye and limb, 'for never did my eye wander over so desolate a waste as the summit of these mountains, the peaks covered with snow, and spots of deep snow in the valleys.'

    Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice-Admiral R.N.

  • A personal examination satisfied Custer that the surmises of his scouts were correct; and also that the fresh trail in the deep snow could at night be followed with ease.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • You should have seen Rex wading about on the deep snow of our garden the other night, – the Costers, Sarah, and I watching him.

    Leaves from Juliana Horatia Ewing's "Canada Home"

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