|rain or snow||雨または雪|
|snow and ice||雪と氷|
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Showed How Globalization Broke the World →
The wets get wetter, the hots get hotter, the dry periods get drier, the snows get heavier, the hurricanes get stronger.
· DO watch alone →
Kate Snow reports.
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The neighbors in my multicultural community are always willing to lend each other a hand, shoveling snow from walks and clearing off cars.
The Japan Times
· ‘Water is life’: COVID-19 exposes chronic crisis in Navajo Nation →
During the region’s harsh winter, Anthony’s family uses snow to wash their clothes and dishes.
· The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask at 20 – still eerie and profound →
The little old lady from the bomb shop is robbed again and again; Goron Village is once more blanketed under snow.
· Jamaican bobsleigh team push a Mini to keep Olympic dream alive →
PETERBOROUGH, England: The Jamaican bobsleigh team is used to training without snow, but the coronavirus lockdown has seen its male athletes resort to pushing a car around the streets of an English city to stay in shape, with an eye on Olympic qualification.
· Birds of a white feather flock together →
It could be that they have moved north to be nearer the snow line for camouflage purposes.Michael GraceCirencester, Gloucestershire
· The secrets haunting the Wonnangatta Valley →
The cattle had to be driven back down to the lowlands before winter brought its snow.
· Keeping hope alive: the push to revive the Statement from the Heart →
Deborah Snow is a senior writer for The Sydney Morning Herald.
The Japan Times
· Through kids’ eyes: Virus outbreak brings sadness, fear, joy to world’s children →
There’s still snow on the ground in May, though the days are getting longer in this place known for its spectacular views of the northern lights.