“Volcanic ash again snarls Scottish, Irish air services”
“Volcanic ash again snarls Scottish, Irish air services - USATODAY. com”
“Now, through the mists of memory, he recalled snarls and the bruising contact of a furry body, during the battle he so, dimly remembered, and that once his foe had cried, out, as though at the impact of rending teeth.”
“The critics said that rail transit will dramatically slow traffic, creating "snarls" at at-grade crossings.”
“They cite cases from Minneapolis because they have no evidence of "snarls" here.”
“And, as Al Pacino's demonic character in "The Devil's Advocate" snarls, "Love... it is chemically indistinguishable from consuming large amounts of chocolate.”
“For so burly a man, and one with such a chest for the stowage of sea-breezes and monsoons, the skipper was provided with a wonderfully small voice, suggesting, as he lectured upon sea-fishing to the novices who were getting into "snarls" with their tackle hard by where he sat, the circumstance of a tree-toad discoursing from the hollow of a brave old oak.”
“So faint, barely heard over the whips of the branches and the rustle of the leaves and the eager snarls from behind.”
“Today's report finds that 70 of the nation's 100 largest metropolitan areas — such as New York City, San Francisco and Portland, Ore., with some of the most notorious traffic snarls — saw increased congestion last year compared with 2009, and 41 saw congestion that exceeded their 2006 levels.”
“Professor Wheezledon Hat! he snarls, looking angrily up from a slim volume of Goethe.”
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it's cheating but i also added phrases that i especially liked. my apologies to any Wordie Purists out there.
Looking for tweets for snarls.