snick


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snick

1. a knot in thread, etc.
2. Cricket
a. a glancing blow off the edge of the bat
b. the ball so hit
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For his ads, Van Snick used colored pencils and created stick figures promoting a variety of items that kids like: peanut butter and jelly, soda, cookies, hamburgers and hot dogs.
My Cricket Wisecrack of the Week Award came in this match after an lbw appeal involving an obvious snick was turned down.
But Stevens matched his points tally by potting the pink and after a safety exchange on the black, Doherty missed completely when attempting a fine snick and handed the frame to his opponent.
Salman Butt reached his half century but Younis was dismissed when Flintoff tempted him to snick to Trescothick when he was two short of his fifty
Snick into gear and a whiff of throttle has you on your way.
Upcoming television appearances include Nickelodeon's Snick House on August 12, The Fox Teen Choice Awards on August 22, and Fox Family's HiFi Room on September 23.
Snick the gearbox into first and tread on the gas and this little rocket will blast off to 62mph in 7.
If you've got the balls, snick the lever into sixth, mash the throttle and the TT will deliver what its creator claims is a world-beating max of 273.
But Stevens matched his points tally by potting the pink and after a safety exchange on the black, Doherty missed when attempting a fine snick and handed the frame to his opponent.
Once programmed (it takes about 30 seconds to accomplish) you merely swipe your pointer finger over the tiny screen (look closely on the keypad, in the left finger slot to see it) and within a second or so, the box emits a soft "beer" and opens with a snick.
One wild swipe came inches from a horror own goal, with the snick audible and the feeling of anxiety in his stomach palpable as the ball curled wide.