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snug

1. (in Britain and Ireland) one of the bars in certain pubs, offering intimate seating for only a few persons
2. Engineering a small peg under the head of a bolt engaging with a slot in the bolted component to prevent the bolt turning when the nut is tightened
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For those who care to visit, there's a lot more to see at the Snug Harbor Botanical Garden than just the white garden.
If The Snug is anything to go by, these other places will also do well in their neighbourhood markets.
Those eye-opening statistics are the reason Nissan started its Snug Kids[TM] program to help parents find the correct child-restraint system for their child and ensure that they properly fit their vehicle.
We're proud to be launching Snugs Across America and to partner with great organizations to help us bring a touch of snuggly softness and love to children in need.
a small manual air pump at the chin that fills out the cheekpads, ensuring a good snug fit every time you use it, and also a quieter ride.
Governors, parents and other local schools attended the launch of the Snug kit at the school, the result of 15 years research and observation into what makes a good playground.
Doorframes are hung between rough framing and are rarely a snug fit.
The two-day SNUG Europe conference featured a technical program with more than 60 presentations that focused on all areas of design including system-level, synthesis, verification, analog-mixed signal, low-power design, physical design, test, signoff and FPGAs.
An archway leads into a snug with a large storage or cloaks area under a staircase leading to a large landing.
Rhadegund Church came to the rescue, allowing Postmistress Mavis Barclay to operate in a snug space among the ropes in the church tower.
In 1776, it was the site of the country's first peace conference; Sailor's Snug Harbor was the nation's first secular charity; Frederic Law Olmsted wrote his first regional plan for the island.