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snowman

A figure made out of snow. It typically consists of three mounds of snow stacked on top of each other and is often adorned with clothing and other decorations. The kids are outside building a snowman with buttons for eyes and a carrot for a nose.
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Place the snowmen on top of your mugs and serve (be careful to remove the cocktail stick for little ones before tucking in).
And several teams charged with developing vehicle prototypes debuted snowmen with detailed stitching, polished surfaces and refined curves.
These little snowmen chill out as the people of Ammanford attempt to break a world record
Remember, snowmen, like flowers, disappear sooner than you would like
Santa and reindeer, snowmen, Grinch, deer, candy canes, stars and lots of lights.
Snowmen are everywhere this year -- on plates and bowls, candles and all forms of holiday decor.
We used the relief-printing method to create our acrobatic snowmen prints.
Ivey Parker's (Frank Long Elementary School) kindergarten students "did not understand how their snowmen would be different if [their hats] were the same color.
The kids just know there are lots of snowmen in their room.
The story closely follows the plot of the animated film, although here we get extras - dancing ballerinas, leaping animals, limboing fruit which jump out of the kitchen fridge, and even some tangoing snowmen.
Now it returns to its home theatre for a special anniversary run, complete with lifesize dancing snowmen, penguins, reindeer, Father Christmas and evil Jack Frost.
We asked readers to send us pictures of their snowmen to win a prize of an iPod shuffle and we have been inundated with entries.
He joins them on an amazing adventure, flying to the North Pole where they join Snowmen and Snowwomen from around the world, and even get to meet Father Christmas.
His unusual hobby began quite by chance when he was given two marzipan snowmen for Christmas in 1983.
Giant snowmen, snow dogs, igloos and even a dragon have popped up in the last few weeks as Teesside has got creative with the white stuff.