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All about is the snow and the silence, and through it crawl the man and the woman, and the stranger-man who goes before.
"No-o-o!" muttered Dolokhov through his teeth, "no, it's not over." And after stumbling a few staggering steps right up to the saber, he sank on the snow beside it.
She sank down against a straggling furze bush, an easy pillow enough; and the bed of snow, too, was soft.
The plains were swept by keen and bitter blasts of wintry wind; the ground was generally covered with snow, game was scarce, so that hunger generally prevailed in the camp, while the want of pasturage soon began to manifest itself in the declining vigor of the horses.
My Dear Hessie, we have been two days on Mont Blanc, in the midst of a terrible hurricane of snow, we have lost our way, and are in a hole scooped in the snow, at an altitude of 15,000 feet.
So, Violet and Peony, as I began with saying, besought their mother to let them run out and play in the new snow; for, though it had looked so dreary and dismal, drifting downward out of the gray sky, it had a very cheerful aspect, now that the sun was shining on it.
When it was bed-time, and the others went to bed, the mother said to the bear: 'You can lie there by the hearth, and then you will be safe from the cold and the bad weather.' As soon as day dawned the two children let him out, and he trotted across the snow into the forest.
But after a short time the woman gave birth to a little girl, who was as white as snow and as cold as ice.
The straight road was nearer but little used and had no stakes, or only poor ones covered with snow.
Well, Mis' Snow's 'different,' all right--I hope, for the sake of the rest of us!" Nancy had finished grimly.
Kama, with a snowshoe and the other ax, cleared away the two feet of snow above the Yukon ice and chopped a supply of ice for cooking purposes.
The earth was white with snow, and the air was full of it, swept along by a cutting wind.