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It required all his attention and skill, however, to pilot her clear of sand-bars and snags of sunken trees.
On one occasion, having continued to float at night, after the moon was down, they ran under a great snag, or sunken tree, with dry branches above the water.
I had to keep guessing at the channel; I had to discern, mostly by inspiration, the signs of hidden banks; I watched for sunken stones; I was learning to clap my teeth smartly before my heart flew out, when I shaved by a fluke some infernal sly old snag that would have ripped the life out of the tin-pot steamboat and drowned all the pilgrims; I had to keep a look-out for the signs of dead wood we could cut up in the night for next day's steaming.
Summary: New Delhi, [India] Mar 14 (ANI): Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha on Wednesday told the Rajya Sabha that a total of 24,791 defects/ snags were reported by various airlines in 2017 in connection with the recent grounding of 11 Airbus 320 neo aircraft.
2012), the role played by snags (standing dead trees) in influencing the savanna bird community (Johnston, 2007) has not been as widely studied as it has in western forests (Bergstrom, 1977; Scott, 1978; Scott and Whelan, 1978; Bagne et al.
Snapping" the snag--pulling a taught line to the side and releasing it to snap a loosening tremor down to the point of ensnarement--may work for moderate snags.
Tenders are invited for to create 110 snags to increase the abundance of nesting and foraging habitat for woodpeckers and other cavity-nesting birds on the wildlife lands.
TRAPS, SNAGS AND DILEMMAS HAVE you ever felt unhappy with some aspect of your life but struggled to know how to change it?
and takfiris ADDIYAR: Lebanese Forces cleaves to sovereign portfolios while rivals only approving to grant it service ministry Talks about near government formation are media hype amid snags AL-MUSTAQBAL: Contacts expedited.
An RBI survey has found that 30 per cent ATMs of public sector banks and 10 per cent belonging to private banks were non-functional due to technical snags, and no cash, among other reasons.
Twenty patients in group A were treated with Mulligan SNAGs and 17 patients in group B with McKenzie EEP for four weeks at two session per week and single session per day.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is known to encounter snags.