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snicket

(ˈsnɪkɪt)
n
dialect Northern English a passageway between walls or fences
[of obscure origin]
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The hooded gang of four men approached the victim as he walked down a snicket by Heaton Gardens in Paddock.
com/nathan-fillion-joins-lemony-snickets-series-unfortunate-events-season-2-exclusive/) The Wrap  speculated that the actor will play the brother of Lemony Snicket (Patrick Warburton).
As warned by narrator Lemony Snicket, played by Patrick Warburton with perfectly wry dismay, there is no happy ending for the three Baudelaire children after their parents and estate burn in flames in the opening scene.
Steven Woolfolk, Director of Programming and Marketing at the Kansas City Public Library, has been selected as the recipient of the 2017 Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced with Adversity.
Narrator Lemony Snicket (Patrick Warburton), who wanders in and out of scenes like a melancholy Rod Serling, begins the series with a long, odd disclaimer that is part comedy, part tragedy.
The world introduced by Lemony Snicket in 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' was the Upside Down equivalent of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
Snicket is well-known for his popular "A Series of Unfortunate Events" novels for young adults; the quintessential dry wit, sardonic insight, and keen sensory impressions of his writing style flourish in this fresh adventure
In the fading town of Stain'd-by-the Sea, thirteen-year-old Lemony Snicket and his hapless mentor, S.
Snicket and Theodora had been hired to investigate a theft.
Online book news company book2book announced on Tuesday that publishers Orchard Books will publish The Dark, a new book by author Lemony Snicket and artist Jon Klassen.
the fictional autobiography Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography is penned by the author of A Series of Unfortunate Events author and character Lemony Snicket.
The story rests somewhere between Agatha Christie and Enid Blyton with the usual droll and understated humour that will be familiar to Snicket readers.