You would depart, of course, in the same fashion, and your ally would draw up the rope, untie it from the hook, shut the window, snib
it on the inside, and get away in the way that he originally came.
Monica closed it gently down, and fastened the snib
Members of the Scottish Parliament's economy, energy and fair work committee approved the general principles of the SNIB
Bill, paving the way for the bank, at its first stage.
"If one result of a SNIB
is to draw together, integrate and work well alongside the various other strands of public sector support for growth businesses then that would be a powerful outcome.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the establishment of SNIB
in September and work to develop the remit is being headed by Tesco Bank chief executive Benny Higgins.
So for the bathroom an extra lock, snib
or latch is needed for privacy.
Kate, 59, had left the door of their house in Scone, Perthshire, on the snib
when she went to the toilet.
En los herbarios estadounidenses y el britanico se recabaron los datos a traves del Sistema Nacional de Informacion sobre Biodiversidad de Mexico (SNIB
) de CONABIO.
Los registros de presencia primaria para Mexico se extrajeron de la informacion obtenida a traves del Sistema Nacional de Informacion sobre Biodiversidad (SNIB
), perteneciente a la Comision Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO), un dato primario es el registro de una especie particular en un punto dado en tiempo y espacio (Peterson et al.
When she realised he had kept a copy of her keys, she changed the locks but he was able to break in without her knowing through a snib
on a side door.