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  1. And sometimes, during an entire winter, the ground is not covered with, snow , Heavy snow fall can occur, such as during the New Year's Eve 1963 snow storm
  2. Fur changes color with the seasons: in the winter it is white to blend in with, snow , while in the summer months it changes to brown. Reproduction The arctic fox
  3. Effect is best known in colder regions on Earth, because more, snow ,falls there, it is actually much stronger in tropical regions which receive
  4. Clearer. On average, Anchorage receives of precipitation a year, with around of, snow , although there are areas in the south central which receive far more snow . It
  5. By the time filming was to begin in autumn 1966. The shoot, which required, snow , was moved to autumn 1967,then canceled in 1968. Almost twenty years later
  6. Low to the ground, where they are usually sheltered from the coldest nights by, snow ,cover, and make use of warm periods in winter for growth when the snow melts.
  7. Another employee completely redesigned most of the system, ( adding a display, snow ,remover circuit, true 80/64 column text mode support, ( with different size
  8. Respiration in a guinea pig. The outer shell of the calorimeter was packed with, snow , which melted to maintain a constant temperature of around an inner shell
  9. This part of Alaska, with many places averaging less than per year, mostly as, snow ,which stays on the ground almost the entire year. History Alaska natives
  10. For extreme weather. A typical year will see thunderstorms, tornadoes,hail, snow ,and ice storms. Between both the Great Plains and the Gulf States, Arkansas
  11. About 52 inches/1,320 mm). During each winter there is usually one fall of, snow ,in the south and two in the north; but the snow quickly disappears, and
  12. Such keen hearing that it can precisely locate the position of prey under the, snow , When it finds prey, it pounces and punches through the snow to catch its
  13. The seacoast. While the area gets less rain than southeast Alaska, it gets more, snow , and days tend to be clearer. On average, Anchorage receives of precipitation a
  14. Winter, especially in the Hindu Kush and Pair Mountains, and the melting, snow ,in the spring time enters the rivers, lakes,and streams. However, most of the
  15. Of Alabama, areas of the state north of Montgomery may receive a dusting of, snow ,a few times every winter, with an occasional moderately heavy snow fall every
  16. Stay on the island both ships left on 8 October. After one month it started to, snow ,and hail; Tasman changed course more north. Part of the western shore of the
  17. Amount of winter snow fall varied greatly, the Ancient Pueblo depended on the, snow ,for most of their water. Snow melt allowed the germination of seeds, both wild
  18. Albedos of typical materials in visible light range from up to 0.9 for fresh, snow , to about 0.04 for charcoal, one of the darkest substances. Deeply shadowed
  19. Can hardly fail to have been influenced. It will begin with three winters of, snow , with no summers in between. Wars will follow, then earthquakes and tidal waves
  20. Of treeless areas are 10 % to 50 % higher than nearby forested areas because, snow ,does not cover the trees as readily. Deciduous trees have an albedo value of
  21. In summer is by all-terrain vehicle and in winter by snow mobile or ", snow ,machine," as it is commonly referred to in Alaska. Law and government State
  22. Airplanes and helicopters. Airplane runways and helicopter pads have to be kept, snow ,free to ensure safe take off and landing conditions. Antarctica has 20 airports
  23. And Ouachita Mountains. The half of the state south of Little Rock gets less, snow , and is more apt to see ice storms, however,sleet and freezing rain are
  24. And continental climate. Its higher elevation means there is, on average, more, snow , in winter, lower humidity, and it is slightly cooler in summer. There are, on
  25. There is usually one fall of snow in the south and two in the north; but the, snow ,quickly disappears, and sometimes, during an entire winter, the ground is not
  26. Fox also preys on ringed seal pups when the young animals are confined to a, snow ,den and are relatively helpless. Fish beneath the ice are also part of its diet
  27. Limits land transportation by conventional vehicles. Winds continuously blow, snow ,on the roads. The McCurdy – South Pole Highway is a 900-mile (1450 km) road
  28. Engineering works, the precision tools manufacturer PAPAL Dr. Press,the, snow ,chain manufacturer RUD Kitten Rieger & Dietz and its subsidiary Era, the
  29. Purposes) and the display supported upper and lower case, hardware, snow , suppression (video ram bus arbitration logic),and an improved character font
  30. Spanish colonies there has existed a type of sorbet made from fallen hail or, snow , (This has been documented; desserts were made with snow in Mendoza at the
  31. Rugged mountains. For nine months of the year the ground is covered with, snow , and the frozen rivers become navigable roads. George Kennan, an American
  32. Roof as the native climate yielded more sun and heat than mass amounts of, snow ,or rain that would find use in precipitous roofs. Cement may be introduced to
  33. By snow cover, and make use of warm periods in winter for growth when the, snow ,melts. Some common winter annuals include hen bit, deadnettle, chickweed,and
  34. To visit these valleys. The two men who first explored the regions of ice and, snow ,were H. B. de Saussure (1740–1799) in the Penning Alps and the Benedictine
  35. Of prey under the snow . When it finds prey, it pounces and punches through the, snow ,to catch its victim. Its fur changes color with the seasons: in the winter it
  36. January low temperatures around in Mobile and around in Birmingham. Although, snow ,is a rare event in much of Alabama, areas of the state north of Montgomery may
  37. Of snow , although there are areas in the south central which receive far more, snow , It is a subarctic climate (Köppen DFC) due to its brief, cool summers. The
  38. Stations; runways at 15 locations are gravel, sea-ice,blue-ice, or compacted, snow ,suitable for landing wheeled, fixed-wing aircraft; of these,1 is greater than
  39. The mountains have a large effect on the temperatures of nearby areas. The, snow ,line depends on the location. It is at between 4,500 and 4,800 m (
  40. HM Treasury. Infrastructure and services run by the council include: clearing, snow ,in winter, city wardens, maintaining parks, refuse collection, sewage,street
  41. Tried to get out from beneath bodies that had fallen on them. Through the, snow , debris, and blood you could see fragments of clothing, epaulets,sabers, and
  42. Are rather cold and frequently snow y in winter; here cold conditions with lying, snow ,may linger into spring. Besides the capital city of Tirana, which has 800,000
  43. From fallen hail or snow . (This has been documented; desserts were made with, snow ,in Mendoza at the beginning of the 19th century. ) In most parts of Argentina
  44. Both wild and cultivated, in the spring. Where sandstone layers overlay shale, snow ,melt could accumulate and create seeps and springs, which the Ancient Pueblo
  45. 2 km in length,3 are less than 1 km in length, and 2 are of unknown length;, snow ,surface ski ways, limited to use by ski-equipped, fixed-wing aircraft, are
  46. High temperatures and almost no rainfall in summer and cold weather with heavy, snow ,in winter. Climate File:
  47. Attempted. On the journey, Crowley was afflicted with influenza, malaria,and, snow ,blindness, while other expedition members were similarly struck with illness.
  48. World. Afghanistan does not face water shortages because it receives plenty of, snow ,during winter, especially in the Hindu Kush and Pair Mountains, and the
  49. Thus, he maintained that there must be blackness as well as whiteness in, snow ,; how otherwise could it be turned into dark water? Anaxagoras marked a
  50. In rather short distances. Rainforests exist just miles away from the, snow ,covered peak Cotopaxi. The mountains have a large effect on the temperatures of

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