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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.
The Met has been working with the RSPCA and Snarl, while a PS10,000 reward has been offered to anyone who provides information that could lead to the arrest of the killer.
We think he gets off on putting the animals on display, preferably under the bedroom windows," says Tony Jenkins, co-founder of SNARL.
Commuters heading towards the Gurgaon- Sohna Road, Old City, Sector 37 industrial area and Manesar were the most affected in the snarl.
There are a lot of traffic snarls here," said Ram Nath, a resident.
But no, the same attraction to perceptual snarls persists and transmogrifies, and I am instead struck by the courage of the risk taken--of courting the lovely and the lyrical with no easy beautiful-print formulas to hold onto.
The RAK traffic and patrols department, alerted of the snag, dispatched technical teams to fix the problem, along with traffic policemen to control the traffic and prevent snarls.
Some listeners may have a few quibbles with Aragorn's lisp, which can detract from his "kingliness," and Frodo's tendency to snarl rather than to be nobly long-suffering, but overall this is a splendid production and, like NPR's enjoyable version, also an excellent alternative for the aural learner.
The service tows cars off the freeway and assists with minor maintenance, from flat tires to leaky hoses, which can cause cars to come to a dead stop on roadways and snarl traffic for miles.
A massive traffic snarl was reported from the Apollo Metro station and flyover in Jasola while another one was reported from near the Ashram flyover on the Ring Road.