jack snipe


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jack snipe

n. pl. jack snipe or jack ·snipes
1. A small Eurasian shorebird (Lymnocryptes minimus) having brownish plumage with yellow stripes on the back and a long bill.
2. Any of several similar wading birds of the Americas.
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Jack Snipe from western Russia cross the Sahara to their winter grounds, while some from eastern Siberia cross the Indian Ocean to east Africa.
8 Monday Pirate Doyle/Smith Jr 4-1 Rates on consistency 9 Jack Snipe's Emigh/Scherer 9-2 Keeping good company 7 Let's Go Mick JBrdgmhn/Brggmnn 5-1 Came to life in last 6 Savage Battle JLopez/Block 8-1 Gets a fresh start 4 Cast Iron HHernandez/EHghes 6-1 Forces the issue 1 Gray Mensch Meza/Ryan 10-1 Guns from the rail 3 Keen On Gene Roman/Block 10-1 Might need a race 5 Grey Mask Ulloa/Slager 30-1 Gives way off turn 7.
Jack Snipe delivered a career-best performance on his most recent visit to Newton Abbot when romping home in a Class 4 event last July.
Zoe Davison's nine-year-old was left in front when the two leaders, Talk Of The South and Jack Snipe, both exited at the third-last fence.
JACK SNIPE (2.15) can soar for Jeremy Scott at Newton Abbot.
Pack of 10 bulbs PS3.85 (www.dejager.co.uk, 01622 840229) BRIGHT BLOOMS Short and sturdy, Jack Snipe's yellow and white blooms will brighten any garden, whether east, west, north or south-facing, or exposed or sheltered, especially if planted en masse.
Jack Snipe SHORT and sturdy, Jack Snipe's yellow and white booms will brighten any garden, whether it's exposed or sheltered, during March and April, especially if planted en masse or packed into pots on the patio.
Days like this always throw up some birds in surprising places, such as a jack snipe on Llandudno's Bodafon Fields and first-winter glaucous gull on the Glaslyn at Pont Croesor (summer home to North Wales' only ospreys).
Look out for the following that do not reach more than 20cm (8ins) high in full flower - Topolino, Rip Van Winkle, Jack Snipe, Sun Disc, Minnow, Midget and Tete-a-Tete.
The Eugene sighting of a jack snipe, a Eurasian species, rated its own mention in the Audubon's national report on the 2008 count.
Jack Snipe, Tte--tte and February Gold are some the best loved varieties of N cyclamineus.
Have a glance through a catalogue or your garden centre for smaller varieties such as the narcissus minow, tete a tete, February silver, hawera, Peeping Tom and Jack Snipe.