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“Now "sniggling" is a form of cold-blooded poaching.”
“Last year at this time we were all sniggling about the "death of the Republican Party," but -- looking toward the midterms -- many are not so sanguine today.”
“I could have taken a vacation day - but there are those last sniggling year-end-roll-over issues that Information Systems Administrators need to watch over.”
“His passion was fishing — casting distractedly for roach in the river Brent or sniggling for eels in the Paddington canal.”
“I later found out that they were sniggling because the owner was drawing up a sign that said they were hiring as I walked in and inquired about employment.”
“He set about the work at once, sniggling to himself the while, for he guessed there would be a further rumpus about this some day, and Sebastian was not without a certain pleasure in the thought of Fräulein Rottenmeier being a little disturbed.”
“The device still lingers in France and in a few remote parts of England in the method of catching eels which is known as "sniggling.”
“I could hear my comrades snickering and sniggling to their women in that”
“In times before the hills were drained, before the manufacturing towns were so populous, before pollution, netting, dynamiting, poisoning, sniggling, and the enormous increase of fair and unfair fishing, the border must have been the angler's paradise.”
“Withal I suspect this weapon was meant, not for fair fishing, but for "sniggling.”
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