Sno-cat


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Sno-Cat

(ˈsnəʊˌkæt)
n
(Automotive Engineering) trademark a type of snowmobile
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Noun1.Sno-cat - a kind of snowmobile
snowmobile - tracked vehicle for travel on snow having skis in front
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Following the ceremony, which was held around noon, the couple posed for photos outside in temperatures of minus nine degrees centigrade before setting off in their wedding vehicle, a sno-cat.
Following the ceremony, the couple posed for photos outside in temperatures of -9degC before setting off in their wedding vehicle, a sturdy sno-cat.
Weihaupt, a geologist and geophysicist, was a member of the Victoria Land Traverse team, which traveled by Sno-Cat from Scott Base south across the Ross Ice Shelf and up the Skelton Glacier through the Transantarctic Mountains into Victoria Land (Weihaupt et al, 2012).
Examples include Mount Tucker, Bombardier Glacier (manufacturers of Sno-Cat and skidoo tracked vehicles) and some aircraft manufacturer names, such as Havilland Glacier (the deHavilland Twin Otter is the workhorse of Antarctic aviation).
In the snowy winter of 1999, in Cortland, New York, the Joyners drove a Sno-Cat (a military-esque all-terrain vehicle) to the lone Bunker Hill tree, and snipped twigs for grafting.
Cost of daily Sno-Cat pass at Mount Bailey Ski Area east of Roseburg
The man who rushes out to buy a Sno-Cat and a 'Build-Your-Own-Igloo' kit today will look fairly daft in April.
Snow cat with trailer, Douglas County PUD; apparent low bidder was Tucker Sno-Cat Corp.
Among the first challenges she witnessed was a cell service outage in the Georgetown area, which forced Verizon crews to rent a Sno-Cat and drive up a mountain to restore cell service.
CLOUD NINE ALPINE BISTRO No need to be a skier to glimpse Aspen's best mountaintop views; just jump into a Sno-Cat and head up Aspen Highlands for an intimate four-course meal.
Today, the company he founded and one of the world's oldest manufacturers of dedicated snow vehicles, the Tucker Sno-Cat Corp.