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Snort

An open source network intrusion detection system (NIDS) that is noted for its effectiveness. Developed by Martin Roesch, Snort can also be used just as a packet logger or packet sniffer. For more information, visit www.snort.org. See IDS.
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'Bleeding Heart Yard?' said Pancks, with a puff and a snort. 'It's a troublesome property.
'You can't say, you know,' snorted Pancks, taking one of his dirty hands out of his rusty iron-grey pockets to bite his nails, if he could find any, and turning his beads of eyes upon his employer,
"If that brother of yours was worth his salt, he could take the wagon," he snorted.
The two wolves ran, ladies'-chain fashion, in and out of the herd, which snorted and threw up its head, and separated into two clumps.
Next time he snorts, say something like, "It's like being in a farmyard sitting next to you making that noise." Maybe you can have a bit of banter about it and acknowledge the elephant in the room - it might just make him more aware of it.
Next time he snorts, say something like, "It's like being in a farmyard sitting next to you making that noise!" Maybe you can have a bit of banter about it and acknowledge the elephant in the room - it might just make him more aware of it.
Sneezes, Snorts & Sniffles: 7 Piano Pieces with Extra-musical Sounds, by Wendy Stevens.
The catwalk queen would shovel up three grams of cocaine in a session - between 20 or 30 big snorts - and down a bottle of vodka.
Snorts. She swabs a little in her mouth and I've heard about this kind of thing on TV and in the papers, but it's different seeing it: the chick from 'Mean Girls' doing blow on the toilet next to me," he continued.
Deer can produce different types of snorts depending on the situation.
The grinning star of MTV prank show Dirty Sanchez snorts up two lines of powder from his fold-down meal tray...
The cost of the lie is minimal to the male; he merely snorts. But the cost to the female of ignoring the lie could be great: If there truly is a predator nearby, she's dead.