snakepit


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snakepit

(ˈsneɪkˌpɪt)
n
a pit filled with snakesa hostile or dangerous environment
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The 1975 George Barris SnakePit took nearly four years to build and cost $100,000, which is about PS1million in today's money.
"It's certainly not a snakepit, by any stretch of the imagination.
Carbon credits, the second snakepit, are investments that offset pollution and that may bring a nice return or may be worthless - it depends what credits you buy and who you buy them from.
The show covered all of the lead guitarist's career with songs from Velvet Revolver, Slash's Snakepit, his new solo album and, of course, Guns N' Roses.
Ridley Scott's Body of Lies is a thriller about the snakepit politics of the Middle East.
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Ben, what's the best human encounter you've gotten from your comic, Snakepit?
who got his start as a musician with the Eugene band Snakepit, will open the show, along with Ian Waters, a singer-songwriter from Boise.
The Valspar "Snakepit" is the daunting closing three holes of the Copperhead course and it was the venue where Jordan Spieth won in 2015 and went on in the following months to land both the Masters and US Open titles.
"In Stoke we made it something special by opening with Been There Lately, a song I recorded with Slash's Snakepit. It was the first time we'd opened our set with it on this tour.
His live show includes tracks from his whole career and fans can look forward to hearing songs from Slash's Snakepit, Velvet Revolver and Guns N' Roses.
They should be castrated and thrown in a snakepit. Mullen, Blantyre