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“I spent the last week at a cottage called Snug Haven up at Georgian Bay, just north of Parry Sound.”
“Morty supposed that she could and suggested the four ale bar known as The Snug, a small highly varnished nook which was completely private and away from the main saloon.”
“Except in a northwest corner of the inlet, since known as Snug Cove, the water was too deep for anchorage; so the two ships were moored to trees, the masts unrigged, the iron forge set to work on the shore; and the men began cutting timber for the new masts.”
“Having left the highlands and lakes behind, we headed back to Hobart and south to a small coastal village called Snug for an overnight stay prior to taking the short ferry ride from Kettering to beautiful Bruny Island.”
“Snug" was the best and funniest line I've ever seen from Ann.”
“Snug tops emphasized perky breasts and slender waists.”
“I stayed in Snug Castle and it was just that on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh just down the street from the John Knox house where you could sit at his table in a cloak and hat much the same as he once wore and write at his desk and explore his home as he once would have done perhaps with Mary, Queen of Scots.”
“There's also a Whiskey Snug here and a two function rooms jolly with a mural of Burke and Hare in action.”
“She recommended Snug Harbor Restaurant & Inn, so I made a reservation for our first night there.”
“In the summer of '08, we took the show on the road to Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC, celebrating Heroes Con with another quartet of amazing bands and another free comic, the limited edition minicomic Snug Comics #1.”
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