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Page 10 - ... Swiss Wildschnee. It accumulates in a very light mass, its specific gravity being no more than 1/50 to 1/100; hence a layer, say, half a metre thick shrinks on melting to at most one centimetre of water. Ordinary flaky snow on the ground has one-tenth the density of water.' (p. 130) Williwaw Webster. A sudden violent gust of cold land air, common along mountainous coasts of high latitudes. Mill, Diet, (modified). A sailor's term for a sudden violent squall, originally in the Strait of Magellan....