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snatch

Weightlifting a lift in which the weight is raised in one quick motion from the floor to an overhead position
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Once SNATCHER is installed on a suspect's computer, Law Enforcement Agencies will be able to gather intelligence about with whom the suspect is communicating and the type of information the suspect has stored on his computer.
The Snatcher Oil Field is situated on the Western Margin Oil Trend, with the Snatcher-1 and Snatcher-2 wells producing oil from a channel system present within the Jurassic Birkhead Formation.
They immediately came into action and two police officers, Mukesh and Santosh overpowered the snatcher with the help of the athlete," P.
At the weekend, on the Lake of Menteith, Michael, who fishes for the St Serf's Angling Club B Team, pressed the Snatcher into action for the fourth heat of the Champion of Champions and Scottish Club Championships.
The snatcher fled right under his nose," the doctor said.
The new Snatcher oil field discovery on ACOR's ORRI under PEL 111, could possibly help discover a major new oil province that could possibly extend west to ACOR's PEL 112.
Snatcher-1 is testing the oil bearing potential of the Snatcher Prospect adjacent to the Santos Limited operated Charo Field in PPL 177.
WELL done to Scotland's oldest - and boldest - heavyweight champion Archie Macpherson for tackling a French bag snatcher.
Reimer was honored for capturing and holding a purse snatcher who assaulted a woman.
The snatcher, who has long, dark hair, put the victim through a terror ordeal after pouncing on her in the car park of a Fife shopping centre.
The woman identified a running man about two blocks away as the purse snatcher, and Reimer said he had to briefly think what he should do.
It comes just a week after one snatcher was fined pounds 2000 for trying to catch finches in Fife.