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sneck

(jargon)
The sound made by deboursification, according to Sam Spade anti-spam software.

sneck

1. In snecked rubble, one of the smaller stones used to fill interstices and to even out courses in a rubble wall.
2. The lever in a lift latch.
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"I met the two ladies who were going to take me to Da Sneck o' da Smaallie and it was a two-mile hike carrying all the gear, big cameras and tripods but we got there and looked down into it.
Turning right along the public roadway we soon pass Silver Hill on our left and continue along the road to return to our starting point at the Sneck Yate car park.
And many of the brews have some weird and wonderful names such as Jennings' Sneck Lifter (a 'sneck' is a door latch in northern dialect) So there are some very pleasant times to be had seeking out and sampling the brews available, particularly if you've spent hours trekking the high fells with only the thought of a fine local beer to keep you going.
Jennings' head brewer came down to Wolverhampton to oversee the making of the three ales - Cumberland Ale, Sneck Lifter and Cocker Hoop.
The first pint of one of Cumbria's traditional ales, such as Bluebird or Jennings Sneck Lifter, never tasted better - the honeycoloured liquid hardly touched the sides.
So dive into your local Marston's pub and show your support by drinking Cumberland Ale, Cocker Hoop or Sneck Lifter.
(52.) Oorni K, Sneck M, Bromme D, Pentikainen MO, Lindstedt KA, Mayranpaa M, et al.
The robustness of this finding is reflective of A indicating individuals who have strong interpersonal tendencies toward altruistic behaviors and Intrinsic RO indicating individuals who are humanitarians with strong personal commitments (Hood, Spilka, Hunsberger, & Gorsuch, 1996) and strong spiritual support (Csarny, Piedmont, Sneck, & Cheston, 2000).
Para establecer un historial de incendios lo mas preciso posible, se obtuvieron en cada cohorte post incendio virutas de arboles en pie con al menos una marca visible en el fuste provocada por la presencia de fuego (Arno y Sneck, 1977).
Partial cross sections were cut out from live trees and tall snags (see e.g., Arno and Sneck 1977).
All sample areas were searched for fire-scarred Austrocedrus trees, and partial cross sections were cut from live and dead trees until preliminary ring counts indicated many redundant dates (Arno and Sneck 1977).