snubby


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snub•by

(ˈsnʌb i)

adj. -bi•er, -bi•est.
1. somewhat snub, as the nose.
2. tending to snub people.
[1820–30]
snub′bi•ness, n.
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They are very inquisitive folk, and press quite hard against the glass, and that is why their noses are mostly snubby.
Around the necks of the creatures were fastened black collars, (badges of servitude, no doubt,) such as we keep on our dogs, only much wider and infinitely stiffer, so that it was quite impossible for these poor victims to move their heads in any direction without moving the body at the same time; and thus they were doomed to perpetual contemplation of their noses -- a view puggish and snubby in a wonderful, if not positively in an awful degree.
Both, it is true, had more delicate features and smaller bones than commonly fall to the lot of individuals of the rougher sex, and Lawrence's complexion was pale and clear, and Arthur's delicately fair; but Arthur's tiny, somewhat snubby nose could never become so long and straight as Mr.
Prior to the review, if you had told me I would be firing 1,000 rounds out of a snubby, I would have laughed or, more likely, cried.
The only caveats I would offer are: Do not get a snubby version, have the gun checked out by someone in the know for serviceability and try and stay away from used service arms as they very likely have had a number of rounds through them.
The bottom line on this ammo is that it brings legitimacy to the snubby to those who scorn it for its stopping power.
I've got a few helpful hints when it comes to wielding your snubby at optimum efficiency, but first let's take a look at why the snubby is still so popular with both novice and experienced shooters.
A decade ago, John Strayer beat me on X-count and drove me down into second place at Andy Stanford's famous Snubby Summit event.
It will be of particular interest to those customers who stage their snubby for home-defense in a night table drawer or quick-access safe.
But the bonnet scoop and snubby grille hint at a cleaner Hilux and the wraparound front lights look the business.
We read of Montefiore's snubby opposition in the 1850s to his congregation's newly elected Reform deputies and the resulting chaos and police intervention (p.
Also love from the cats Tuppy, Tuppence and Snubby.