snarl


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snarl

a knot in wood
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A hasty drawing back always resulted, accompanied by an yelps and frightened snarls when a well-aimed brand struck and scorched a too daring animal.
She had snarled as she sprang away, baring her white fangs to their roots, all her wistfulness vanishing, being replaced by a carnivorous malignity that made him shudder.
At night great beasts snarled and roared about their tiny cabin, but, so accustomed may one become to oft repeated noises, that soon they paid little attention to them, sleeping soundly the whole night through.
The attacks are being investigated by the Metropolitan Police's Operation Takahe, assisted by SNARL.
Snarl co-founder Boudicca Rising is warning pet owners their animals are still not safe.
"We think he gets off on putting the animals on display, preferably under the bedroom windows," says Tony Jenkins, co-founder of SNARL.
| If you see the man, dial 999 and quote Operation Takahe or call SNARL on 07957 830 490 or 07961 030 064.
Any of my comments on A Blessed Snarl are influenced by that friendship, but I believe we have been the type of friends who have told each other what we honestly think.
And at the center, it has a snarled thicket like those that will increasingly crowd Friedlander's landscapes in later years.
What everyone had to learn was that John McGraw, the snarl in the dugout, had little to do with the John McGraw who secretly read books and kept abreast of current events, the stock market, and the theatre.
government and the American people get over their superiority complex, until they understand that the United States and most other nations have common interests that transcend borders and jingos, that cooperation not domination is the way of the future, the foreign policy of the United States will have a familiar snarl.
Another member said, "Walisema tukuje hapa tukatThe protests led to a major traffic snarl up along Kiambu road.umia fare and it's not fair.