snowland


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snowland

(ˈsnəʊˌlænd)
n
an area that is covered by snow
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com/embed/_raQpARpyVAEXTREME SPORT: Spartan Race Slovakia, Snowland Valianska Dolina Valley, Vala, Feb 10.
He said that these mountainers groups included French Gasherbrum II Expedition 2016, Slovenian Inernational Broad Peak and Gasherbrum IV Expedition 2016, Snowland, Ghamubar Zom Expedition 2016, Nancy, Ralf, Karakoram Expedition 2016.
Contract award: Snowland - improving the quality of services provided.
And Snowland was trialed on our soldiers coming back from the war zone who had amputations and severe burns and had chronic pain syndrome.
During Great Wolf Lodge's annual Snowland celebration, families can dine inside the enchanted gingerbread houses, which seat up to six guests, with proceeds benefitting local Big Brothers Big Sisters chapters.
Every year, the number of tourists opting for Ladakh as their summer getaway destination is going up exponentially, directly affecting the environment and culture of the snowland.
Milad Karam, manager of the Snowland Hotel which operates the Qanat Bakiche ski resort, said the current storm has already dumped 40 cm of snow, on top of the 3 meters of existing snow.
Great Wolf Resorts Inc (NASDAQ: WOLF), a US-based company that owns and operates indoor water park resorts, has announced an annual Snowland celebration.
People are very scared," said Pierre Deve, with Snowland Service Group, a local non-government organization, adding that many had already given up hope for those still trapped.
Prior to Sunday, Snowtop had also compiled a useful record, producing the dams of Australian Group 1 winner Snowland and sprinter Asset.
One example is Ma Lihua's influential book Xueyu wenhua yu Xizang wenxue (Changsha, PRC: Hunan Jiaoyu chubanshe, 1998), which deals with literature written in Chinese by Tibetans and Hans living in Tibet, but translates its title into English as Snowland Culture and Tibetan Literature.
Snowland, Nativity scene, talking Christmas tree, Victorian village.