(1) I instantly forgot the humiliation of being unable to snowplough , the pressure of thinking I'd fail and questioning why I was even bothering.(2) Soon they're learning how to fall safely and how to snowplough gently downwards.(3) That means they can use a snowplough to clear the roads and, unless they have a blizzard, it is passable.(4) The road was clean because the snowplow had just been through less than an hour ago.(5) ‘Hey Nick,’ she calls as she snowplows to a stop before plopping onto the bench next to her blond friend.(6) City officials insisted that the efforts of an army of municipal workers kept traffic flowing on city roads Friday, saying that a total of 25,000 workers and 5,000 snowplows labored to clean up the main highways.(7) He showed me how to use my poles for instance, and how to do certain techniques such as the snowplow .(8) Others fears are that snowploughs will not be able to get along the road in winter, and will leave it in a dangerous, frozen state.(9) The snowplows had to open the roads before the highway patrol man could come to our rescue.(10) It was impossible to snowplow in places, so I just concentrated and glued myself to the tracks, even if one leg skied off in another direction.(11) During such a test, the skier should avoid snowplowing and sliding on turns.(12) In other places, a snowplow led the way, throwing a white spray high into the air.(13) We rush down the glacier solving its intricacies by interminable weaving, creeping over tenuous bridges, snowplowing desperately below the shrouded rock.(14) The most frequent, and startling encounter is when the shadowy form of a deer flits across the trail, on the very edge of headlamp range, resulting in a heart stopping snowplow , but never a collision.(15) The last on this list of survival ski techniques, but perhaps most important, the snowplow is usually the first turning position learned in alpine or telemark skiing.(16) This winter, Jacob received another pleasant surprise - a snowplow clearing his street on the morning of the first snow.