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flurry

noun [C]  /ˈflɜr·i, ˈflʌr·i/ us  
a sudden light fall of snow, blown in different directions by the wind: Heavy snow will be tapering off to flurries in the morning. A flurry is also a lot of sudden activity: There was a flurry of excitement as the president walked in.
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