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snap shot

n.
A quick shot in hockey in which the blade of the stick is drawn back a short distance and then rapidly driven forward, with the wrists snapping inward after the puck or ball leaves the stick.

snap shot

n
(General Sporting Terms) sport a sudden, fast shot at goal
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SIR - As someone who has worked in many different call centres in Swansea I sincerely hope that the many viewers of the Call Centre reality show on BBC3 do not take this snap shot of one unusual workplace to be the reality of most call centres in the city (Report, July 11).
The Snap Shot, in its portable size of 32x28 inches, is simply a smaller version of the original.
Stuart McKay could have given the visitors a lifeline but saw his snap shot saved by Zander Cowie.
Add a little bit of fishing, some skateboarding, and an occasional snap shot to the equation--booyah, this is the guy I know.
But to their credit, Pool kept battling away and deep into injury time earned a penalty when Paul Dowridge chipped a free kick over the wall, and Calvin Davies' snap shot was handled in the box.
The 36-year-old Windass had been a constant threat, starting with a snap shot after just 11 seconds which went wide of Rhys Evans' goal.
The second half saw both teams significantly raise their games but no goals arrived until Ricky Close broke the deadlock with a snap shot in the 72nd minute to put the Crusaders ahead.
A dynamic video program accompanied the award presentations, which provided a brief multimedia snap shot of the winner and/or their business.
The MSA/GS has set high standards with the publication of this series as they invariably offer an excellent snap shot of state-of-the-science in a particular area.
Robin Laurance's exhibition has pictures from 25 Muslim countries and aims to create a more balanced view of Islam, taking a snap shot of life in regions from the mountainous districts of Azerbaijan to Indonesian paddy farmers.
The author also states that the time period examined, 1770-1810, provides a snap shot of a region in the Mexican north on the eve of the outbreak of the Mexican independence movement in 1810.
In the snap shot scenario, data is moved off disk to tape daily in order to protect against device failure and data corruption, as well as to meet archiving requirements.