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 is the Twelfth National Executive Director for the Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) which is a military nonprofit association headquartered in Alexandria, VA.
Derek Snee's winning photo and, inset, with awards host Prue Leith and Liza Freudmann of Marks & Spencer Lifestylefoto.com
By seeing the way Leonard remembers events via the flashback device, the spectator is aligned with his point of view; as Snee argues, this is a common technique for creating identification in film noir.
Snee also thanked Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths, who held up a T-shirt in tribute to Kieran after he scored against Aberdeen last Saturday.
After the revamp, organiser Peter Snee said: "We've redesigned a number of areas and looked at a number of the issues brought up by the guests.
Hawke's Bay DHB CE Kevin Snee said Stirling brought an innate understanding of the holistic nature of care.
Data are used to develop products and processes, control manufacturing processes (Snee 2010) and improve products and processes.
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David Thomas, 76, of Wyken, will be joined by his son-in-laws Mick McCann and Carl Snee, along with granddaughter Fiona McCann and greatgranddaughter, Lola Snee, five.