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Some Day My Prince Will Come
   featured in the film   
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Whistle While You Work
   featured in the film   
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
   is the number of   
Dwarfs in Snow White
No sniggering at the back
Chrissy Snow
   appears in   
Three's Company
The Wicked Queen
   is the villain in   
Snow White
A Blizzard
A Long-lasting Snow Storm With High Winds
Winds of over 40 km/h and visibility of up to 1 km
Lake Effect Snow
Snow Produced when Cold Winds Move Across Warmer Lake Water
Snow Which Partially Melts Upon Reaching the Ground
Watermelon Snow
Reddish/pink Colored Snow Caused by Algae
Actually smells like watermelons
A Cornice
An Overhanging Edge of Snow on a Ridge of a Mountain
Extremely dangerous
The Crust
A Hard Snow Surface Lying Upon a Softer Layer
May be formed by sun, rain or wind, and is described as breakable crust or unbreakable crust, depending upon whether it wil break under the weight of a turning skier.
Snow Patrol
   released the album   
Eyes Open (2006)
Band originates from Northern Ireland / Scotland
A Dream of Wolves in the Snow
   featured on   
The Principle of Evil Made Flesh
   in Italian is   
Sapporo Snow Festival
   is held in   
Sapporo, Japan
Hundreds of mammoth snow and ice sculptures
Adrina Caselotti
   is the voice of   
Snow White
Hans Christian Andersen
The Snow Queen
   is famous for   
Snow and Skiing
South Island of New Zealand
Snow White and the _____ Dwarfs
   contains the number   
Snow _____
   contains the colour   
Hans Werner Henze
Five Scenes from the Snow Country
1978, for marimba solo
The Abominable Snow Rabbit (1961)
Bugs Bunny
Also featuring Daffy Duck
Snow Angels (2007)
   has the tagline   
Some Will Fall. Some Will Fly.
   has a variety named   
Lady In The Snow
   has a variety named   
Snow Peach
White flesh
New, Loose, Fluffy Dry Snow
Has not been compacted by skier traffic or grooming.
Hard Pack
Firmly Packed Natural Snow
By repeated grooming or continuous wind exposure. Often snow that has never melted or re-crystallised.
Wet Snow (wet Pack)
Snow That Has Become Moist Due to Thaw or Rainfall
Snow with a high moisture content when it fell.
Corn Snow
Snow With Large, Corn Kernel Size Granules
Usually found in the Spring.
Perennial Snow
Snow That Persists on the Ground Year After Year
Seasonal Snow
Snow That Accumulates in One Season
Donald Barthelme
Snow White
Snow White re-contextualizes the famous fairy tale as a 1960s commune consisting of seven men and one woman, and satirizes the sociopolitical issues infesting that turbulent decade.
There’s Nothing Wrong With Ohio Except
The Snow and the Rain
“Ohio” by Bowling for Soup
Snow _____ Queen
   has the missing colour   
William Fiennes
   won the award for the book   
The Snow Geese
J. M. W. Turner
Snow Storm: Steamboat off a Harbour's Mouth
Oil on canvas, 1842; Tate Gallery, London
   in Greek is   
Frozen Precipitation Composed of Ice Particles in Complex Hexagonal Patterns
A Mass of Ice and Surficial Snow That Persists Throughout the Year
The size range is from 100 meters to 10,000 kilometers.
The Snow Queen
   was written by   
Hans Christian Andersen
Evil Queen
   is the villain in   
Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs
1937, first film to be filmed in Technicolor
J. M. W. Turner
Snow Storm: Hannibal and His Army Crossing the Alps
Oil on canvas, exhibited 1812; Tate Gallery, London
Walter Van Tilburg Clark
The Wind and the Snow of Winter
1945; The Yale Review
To Try To Impress With Exaggerations
Snow Job
Insincere or Exaggerated Talk
Stadium Acardium
Snow (Hey Oh)
2006, US 3, UK 16
Snow Camellia
   has the latin name   
Camellia Hiemalis
Family name: Theaceae
   was the year   
Snow White Was First Released
First animated film in Technicolor.
   in Danish is   
Mae West
"I Used to Be Snow White, but I Drifted."

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