snee


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snee

(sniː)
vb (tr)
obsolete to cut or thrust with a knife, esp when fighting
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Snee lets them have their fun, but points out that there is a clear distinction between being Coughlin's player and his son-in-law.
HAPPY TOGETHER: Quads Lara, Harrison, Lucas and Markus with parents Melanie Snee, left, and Emma Miller.
Mr Krol told the inquest that Ms Allen had chosen to drive the pounds 31,000 BMW car which belonged to Mr Snee, because she was more familiar driving an automatic.
CAP: From left, Simon Snee, jonathan Evans, Daniel Peart and Keith Kinnersley
Additional discussion of concepts, methods and tools of QbD and the improvement of R&D processes can be found in Heilman and Kamm (2008), ICH (2005, 2007), Juran (1992), Kamm (2007), and Snee, et al 1985, 2005).
Miss Snee and Miss Miller still attend clinics at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary.
Division Two front-runners Loades plc beat BD Morris 1-0 in a friendly, Paul Miles their marksmen, but on the league scene second placed Perwill suffered a shock defeat at the hands of unpredictable Fast Track for whom Warren Long was at the double and Chris Snee completed the job.
Hills' Damien Snee said yesterday: "We will stop betting once it becomes uncompetitive, which is normally after the other ceremonies have taken place.
The pal who lent the high-powered BMW for the evening, Anthony Snee, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, was travelling behind in a Ford Escort with another pal.
The Georgian style house made a statement," Snee said, adding that Ivana made an excellent buy.
Tinnirello, executive vice president and E-Fusion conference chairman; Lee McDonald, vice president and E-Fusion program chairman; Group Vice President Rita Tedesco and Vice President James Snee.
Former world runner-up David Causier will also be in the field, and other players eligible to enter include European champion Billy Bousfield and Teessiders John Hartley, Darren Kell, Simon Snee and John Murphy.