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SNOOPS

Craske, 1988. An extension of SCOOPS with meta-objects that can redirect messages to other objects. "SNOOPS: An Object-Oriented language Enhancement Supporting Dynamic Program Reeconfiguration", N. Craske, SIGPLAN Notices 26(10): 53-62 (Oct 1991).
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have better food etiquette, how to be more professional in the kitchen," Snoop said.
"Ive learned a lot about music from Snoop and our guests," Martha said.
Snoop is becoming Martha, and Martha is becoming Snoop, and its been happening for years, before our very eyes.
With Inquirer reporters, editors, photographers and JI contributors as resource speakers, Snoops are introduced to the process of producing a newspaper, from newsgathering and writing the story.
One of the Snoops said that he had asked another Snoop from an earlier batch what to expect from the workshops.
Some of our Snoops had to surf in Zambales, row a boat on Manila Bay, parasail in Subic, and camp under the stars in different parts of the country.
Hence, low disclosure creates the context in which persons may snoop to gain increased information about the partner's behavior to correct the behavior if it is a threat to the relationship.
By what means do college students snoop in romantic relationships?
The pensioner initially declined saying he preferred "country and western", but on Sunday the two met after Snoop played in Cardiff.