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Everyone else is opening gifts from grandparents and aunts and uncles, and all he has is the snowball.
The advanced level on the snowball fight is probably my favorite.
And storms snowball their strength here before hitting land.
Its popularity owes more to the snowball effect of literary reputation and social contagion rather than intrinsic brilliance.
Snowball the dancing parrot shifts rhythm as music changes.
Maybe this is nature's way of saying it's time for a snowball fight.
When snow was present, some even held snowball fights.
And the more bidders overbid, the more their high bids begin to snowball.
Small initial differences could much more quickly snowball into large differences.
Traditional hypotheses about formation of planets by a method of a snowball suffer crash.
The winter season is filled with lots of fun and outdoor activities such as snowman making and snowball fights.
Of course snowball fights, building snowmen and making snow angels is a carefree way to spend the day as well.
Our ancestors were too busy struggling to survive to concern themselves with a lot of snowball details.
Snowball sampling is a method typically used with unknown or rare populations.
In these coverlets, the pine tree motif is often combined with a snowball design, as is evident here.
One payday loan can quickly snowball into too much debt for one family to handle.
Snowball sampling is a special nonprobability method used when the desired sample characteristic is rare.
Recruitment for this research was nonrandom, and primarily by means of snowball sampling.
The researchers used snowball sampling technique to interview adoption unit workers.
Enjoy a unique opportunity for a mid-summer snowball fight, or for the more experienced, an overnight glacier adventure.

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