Recent Examples of snowblower from the Web
The second is the growing American assault on Chinese exports and China-first industrial policies—on April 3rd the Trump administration announced 25% tariffs on $50bn of Chinese goods, from locomotives to snowblowers (see article).
By mid-September, stores have replaced beach towels and children’s sand toys with ice hockey gear and snowblowers.
According to a police report, the snowblower, a Snow-Away brand two-stage, is orange and white and worth about $125.
Later, Suarez said a friend of his had a snowblower that needed to be fixed.
Within minutes, the boys charged up the street, assistant football coach Hector Palacios and his snowblower in tow.
There are more sources of CO in homes, including but not limited to, gas ovens, lawn mowers, snowblowers, fireplaces, grills and indoor pools.
Theft, Edgewater Drive: Police were called about 9:40 a.m. Jan. 13 to an apartment building on a report that two snowblowers were stolen overnight.
The following items were taken: a Toro snowblower, Brooks shoes, a pink hooded sweatshirt, and a 24-pack of toilet paper.
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Definition of snowblower for English Language Learners
: a machine that picks up snow from a driveway, sidewalk, etc., and throws it aside
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