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  • v. Present participle of to snag.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On the other hand, many have found good sport in snagging rough fish such as carp.

    snagging fish

  • I am not sure about the east part of Canada but in every western province snagging is illegal.

    Best Fish Mount Contest

  • If there's interest in snagging images off your webcam or eavesdropping on conversations in your office they're going to have to turn on those services and transmit those packets.

    Discourse.net: Threat Models

  • Now, I'm a big believer in snagging free books, mind you, at conventions, from publishers, from friends, etc. But ...

    Breakfast in Bed

  • We’re down to our last 3 copies of this version, so don’t hesitate if you’re interested in snagging one.

    Subterranean Press » 2007 » September

  • We fresh water landlocked anglers call it snagging.

    Real Men of Genius Free-Gaff Giant Mako Shark

  • Last Thursday we had what is called the snagging inspection.

    Fizzing.

  • English producer David Heyman has made his fortune and name snagging the Harry Potter franchise back in 1999 when he paid around $2 million for the film rights to the first four of

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • That's why we love the idea of snagging this round light wood version from Target (round = great for flow in a room that people pass through).

    RVABlogs

  • The "snagging" part of Snag Films lies in the option to share the documentaries by embedding them into your blog, website, or social network profile for free.

    Archive 2009-06-20

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