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It is known [11, 21, 26] that Snaky is a (1,1)-winner with handicap 1.
Co-produced by Brian "Danger Mouse'' Burton, it's filled with towering guitar solos, synth, snaky bass lines and a pervading feeling of mistrust and disappointment.
The number of cars parked near the bazaar and the ones carting passengers through the snaky defiles and over the beds of sparkling rivulets has grown manifold.
Snaky sinuous rilles are thought to be old lavariver beds or collapsed lava tubes.
You might ask, "Why take up residence in a snaky area?
While those Ethiopian records favored snaky horns and creeping bass lines, Mali's Iba Diabate is all sun and glitter, stop-start guitar and gorgeously loose vocals.
The Creek, a snaky sliver of waterway that winds its way inland for about 12 miles from the Arabian Gulf, was Dubai's soul and lifeline; it was also the gateway, the boundary of Dubai's small world.
The good thing is, ranged against this anti- human conglomeration, against these fifty shades of black is a critical mass of people, mostly urban, by no means all young, but all somewhere young at heart, people who will resist this creeping Talibanisation, this snaky and vicious Khomeinisation of India's cities.
Cue Michelle and the entire Celebs team belting out the words to Born To Hand Jive while he demonstrated the actual dance moves complete with snaky hips John Travolta would envy.
Live, Volume 3, takes the same path as a snaky and tumultuous river.
From here, the snaky paths eventually lose their definition as one descends into the depths of Wadi el-Deleb.
The Flex X lure from Strike Pro has 10 segments connected with a "bicycle chain" jointing that the company says will withstand any fish--very snaky going through the water.
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- smoke out
- smooth over
- smuggled commerce
- smuggled goods
- smuggled trade
- smuggled traffic
- snap back
- sneak off
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- snaking stream
- Snan Yatra
- snap (one's) fingers
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