“Stolen mopeds have been used to facilitate snatch thefts and robberies.
That may be enough to snatch at least Mayo, a prized Liberal lower-house seat near Adelaide.
This pronunciation is still retained in Norfolk; thus, to CLY would mean to pounce upon, to snatch.
In children's stories a troll is an angry, anti-social monster hiding under bridges ready to snatch up goats called Billy.
To everyone else, it's the damp squib that somehow came out of nowhere to snatch Best Picture from under Roma's nose.
The government acknowledges and fully accepts the findings of Sir John Chilcot’s inquiry in relation to Snatch Land Rovers.
In the day's early kick-off, Middlesbrough host Manchester United, who scored two late goals to snatch a 2-1 victory when the teams met at Old Trafford on New Year's Eve.
The legal costs for the Snatch Land Rover cases were obtained through a freedom of information request to the government’s legal department by a campaigner, Omran Belhadi.
It was around the time of the Access Hollywood tape so the artist had arranged a protest (women held up placards that read “Don’t snatch my pussy” and “Not my President”).
Euro 2016 chances: The influence of their Italian coach is clear - they are organised in defence, sit deep and frustrate the opposition, hoping to snatch a goal from set-pieces or long shots.
Motherwell, the Scotch poet, thought the old word NIM (to snatch or pick up) was derived from nam, nam, the tiny words or cries of an infant, when eating anything which pleases its little palate.
KWS is fighting furiously for funds to strengthen anti-poaching efforts, and massive ivory seizures also continue to snatch headlines, but according to official figures and statements, there is no elephant poaching crisis.
It was a dramatic way to snatch victory and, with the decisive cross coming from Neco Williams, there were echoes of Wales' win over Bulgaria in last month's reverse fixture - when the Liverpool teenager had scored an injury-time winner as a substitute.
In 2013 they both revealed that they were being treated for skin cancer – Tanya had been diagnosed years earlier, while Vinnie, who has starred in films including Snatch and X-Men: The Last Stand, had learned that he had a malignant melanoma below his eye.
"In previous tournaments I've been letting myself down so here I kept saying to myself to keep on doing what you're doing and play your own game and don't do what stupid Daryl does - someone hits a 180 and you snatch the first dart and don't hit a treble."
On top of taking customers from CVS and Walgreens, Wall Street analysts predicted Amazon could snatch business from pharmacy benefit managers, the hidden middlemen that distribute prescriptions, rebates, and discounts for health insurers and large employers.
"Military and civilians would organise systematic attacks against Rohingya, burn down houses, snatch babies from their mothers' arms and throw them alive into burning fires, round up and execute men; girls were gang-raped and put through all types of sexual violence."
Ryan Ho, 20, a university student who attended a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday, said that in his experience, Hong Kong police officers tend to "snatch” a disproportionate number of younger people, especially secondary school students, while making arrests at protests.
A crucial moment will come in Tuesday’s primary election when Kansas’ secretary of state, Kris Kobach — a Trump ally who has become a national lightning rod for his views on immigration and voting rights — could snatch the nomination for governor from the incumbent, Gov.
His way was to pursue birds who had food in their mouths suitable for humans and snatch it from them; then the birds would follow and snatch it back; and they would all go chasing each other gaily for miles, parting at last with mutual expressions of good-will.
- a small fragment
Example: overheard snatches of their conversation
- to grasp hastily or eagerly
Example: Before I could stop him the dog snatched the ham bone
- obscene terms for female genitals
- to make grasping motions
Example: the cat snatched at the butterflies
- take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom
- (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment
- a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted overhead in one rapid motion
- the act of catching an object with the hands
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