snash

snash

(snæʃ)
vb (intr)
to speak cheekily or impertinently
n
impudence; impertinence
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Simply put, Sarah was superb as the darkly humorous police officer who took no snash from her male counterparts.
Por ultimo, confirmo que el senor Emilio Suarez Licona es uno de los cuatro socios que fundaron Snash, S.
His invitation took the form of a mock-summons from "our Vice Snash for the said city [Bath]" to answer a "Plea of Gallantry of Dame Margaret Brown Wife of Robert Brown Bart.
It comes in for huge snash from unionist politicians - no doubt because it lampoons the establishment's hypocrisy and double standards, often with biting humour.
Formalmente, German Martinez no pertenece a la sociedad denominada Snash, S.
There are times when we all long for a hero, someone who momentarily turns themselves into a suburban superman or superwoman and refuses to take the snash any more.
Grant Stott, Hamilton, said: "Anne Robinson has shown on Watchdog and The Weakest Link that she takes snash from no one and I could see her managing England.
And if you haven't been asked for snash or scran, you soon will be.
While Lady Gaga does weird and Beyonce does party girl, Rihanna is the tough cookie who doesn't take any snash.
Any snash from an Englishman and you could just turn round and say their game couldn't live without us.