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When deploying a lure knocker, keep a good grip on that cord or your snagged lure will gain permanent company.
Powys coroner Andrew Barkley recorded a narrative verdict saying: "It seems likely that his body had been held underwater by the strap being snagged in the undergrowth.
Bowen's first job was to try to free a snagged cable on the end of the shuttle's inspection boom.
2 : to catch or capture by or as if by reaching out quickly and grabbing <I was snagged by the teacher on my way out.
The deer may have snagged a hold of the net while trying to scratch its itchy antlers.
Chris Cole, unsurprisingly, snagged the Boost Mobile MVP award (getting cash and free phone service) and was the only skater to land some of the most bizarre moves, including the fakie heel-flip over the spine and the switch 360 flip crooks.
If those cables get snagged hard enough, you'll pull the wiring away from the connectors.
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound Ramirez ran for 1,558 yards and 23 touchdowns on 145 carries as a junior, snagged four touchdown receptions and registered 45 tackles on defense.
In the hummingbird videos, most of the successful captures snagged the insect close to the mouth end of the hummingbird's bill, says Yanega.
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