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    A car on Front Street passes between two snowbanks equal in height to the vehicle in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Rachel Rogers looks over tall snowbanks on Oak Street in Waterville while waiting for a ride on Tuesday.

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    Paul Douin, 75, prays at the headstone of his wife, Patricia, after digging the plot out of snow at the Maine Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Augusta on Tuesday. Persistent cold temperatures, high wind and an abundance of snow has kept roads, structures and cemeteries buried beneath drifts across Maine this winter. Douin, an Augusta resident who visits his spouse’s headstone every day, said he remembers a similar winter in 1952.

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    Kevin Whitten runs ahead of a tractor operated by his brother, Craig, as he tows Clarence Cram Jr.’s pickup out of a snow drift in Manchester on Monday. The men were removing snow from a neighbor’s driveway after it was submerged by drifts in order to feed the vacationing homeowner’s cats, according to Kevin Whitten.

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