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During the voyage there from Dusky Bay, Vancouver discovered some rocky islands, which he called the Snares, and a large island named Oparra, whilst
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Cain released an album as Dead Snares, started his own label, Communicating Vessels, began to produce multiple acts and continued to compose for Hollywood -- he had received an Emmy nomination in 2003 for the Nip/Tuck theme song and Remy Zero's "Save Me" was the theme song for long-running television series Smallville.
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Related Article Heart Disease Snares South Asians In addition to that, South Asians are likelier than Caucasians to store more fat around their stomach—a type of fat that researchers believe may be linked to a higher rate of heart attacks and diabetes.
Six penguin species are listed as “Vulnerable,” which means they are at high risk of extinction in the wild; these are the Humboldt penguin, Fiordland penguin, Macaroni penguin, Snares penguin, Royal penguin, and Southern Rockhopper penguin.
Of course there'll always be some crossover, but it doesn't make sense to send a punk rocker to review the latest Top 40 hit or American Idol, just as it doesn't make sense to have a mainstream reviewer write reviews for Venetian Snares.
Snares catch other species like lions and hyaenas indiscriminately.
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Temptation; and if by chance we escape the Snares laid to catch our heedless Youth, we then walk on in a rough Road of consuming Cares and
Divine Inspiration: So, in the first Place, I ask'd him what he meant by those Words, That the Snares of the Wicked were laid for me that
O Queen, the Snares of the Wicked are laid for thee this Night, therefore sleep not from thy Husband; for I am warn'd in a Dream because of thee; having said these Words, he went strait away.
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