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black snow

Blackburn And Snow

blowing snow

C. P. Snow (1905—1980) writer and scientific administrator

carbon-dioxide snow

Charles C. Snow (b. 1945)

David A. Snow

day of snow

driven snow

Fire on the Snow

Frederick Henry Snow Pendleton (1818—1888) divine

Hank Snow (b. 1914)

Helen Foster Snow (1907—1997)

Jade Snow Wong (1922—2006)

Jennifer Snow

John Frederick ‘Jack’ Snow (1907—1956)

John Snow (1813—1858) anaesthetist and epidemiologist

lake-effect snow

Lawn as white as driven snow

Lorenzo Snow (1814—1901)

Michael Snow (b. 1929)

Penny Snow

Phoebe Snow (b. 1952)

powder snow

Roses In The Snow (Emmylou Harris album)

Sebastian Edward Farquharson Snow (1929—2001) explorer and author

Sir Frederick Sidney Snow (1899—1976) civil engineer

Sir Thomas D'Oyly Snow (1858—1940) army officer

Sir William Snow Harris (1791—1867) natural philosopher



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A two-masted merchant vessel of the 16th–19th centuries, the largest two-masted ship of its period with a tonnage of up to 1,000 tons or so. It was rigged as a brig, with square sails on both masts. It also had a small trysail mast stepped immediately abaft the mainmast from which a trysail with a boom was set, the luff of the trysail being attached to the mast with hoops. In some cases this trysail mast was replaced by a horse on the mainmast, the luff of the trysail being attached to it in the same way. Snows were entirely European ships, not found in other parts of the world.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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