snary

Related to snary: snarky

snary

(ˈsnɛərɪ)
adj, -rier or -riest
of or resembling a snare
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Vanessa Snary, 29, was under local anaesthetic so did not feel the pin file fall in her mouth until it slipped into her throat and she began to choke.
Ala Abu Daka of the Global Network for Rights and Development, Alex Snary Regional Director of NGO World Vision, Olivia Watson Advocacy Oficer, Defence for Children International, Palestine and Dr.
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"This is just the first step in what we expect to be a long recovery for Gaza," said Alex Snary, National Director for World Vision JWG (Jerusalem, West Bank and Gaza).
North Shields tourist information centre manager Geoff Snary recalled: "It was one day in July when we had a phone call from the Amble office.
Although the hosts took an early lead with a try from Five Ways OE fullback Ian Snary after five minutes of relentless pressure they rarely again produced the same control.
In addition, several reviews of moral development literature suggest that moral reasoning predicts moral action, including honesty, altruistic behavior, resistance to temptation and nondelinquency (Blasi, 1980; Kohlberg, 1984, 1987; Snary, 1985; Thoma, 1986).