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Weightlifting a lift in which the weight is raised in one quick motion from the floor to an overhead position
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Post Commander immediately deployed a team to trace the snatchers who intercepted the snatched car near Chakdarra and arrested three accused identified as Gul Haram, Muahmmad and Aajib Khan residents fo Karkani, district Malakand.
An alleged snatcher was killed while two others were wounded during a gun attack by motorcycle-riding men in Port Area, Manila Sunday afternoon.
In their last attempt, the purse snatchers tried to grab a 43-year-old woman's bag on Argion Street.
He was also heard saying there are a lot of snatchers here, and twice he licked his lips.
Even though the quantum of sentence for snatching and wrongful restraint was increased from two to 10 and 14 years respectively in the state, the snatchers go about their business without any fear of the law.
The capabilities of the recruits and snatchers demonstrate that to accomplish something, all you need to do is set your mind to it.
He went on to star in many f i lms but found lasting fame in Body Snatchers in 1956, in which he co-star red wit h Dana Wynter.
Rafique was unsure over the identity of the snatchers.
Buzzers, Snatchers, Zonkers and Woolly Buggers all took fish with a slow figure-of-eight retrieve or wind-blown swing.
A spokesman for West Mercia Police said the incidents demonstrated how quickly bag snatchers can strike.
In fact, the emergence was almost creepy, kind of like the pod people in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Novelist and short story writer Jack Finney (1911-1995) was best known for his science fiction and thrillers, most notably The Body Snatchers (the basis for the 1956 movie Invasion of the Body Snatchers) and Time and Again.