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snatch

An Olympic lift in which a barbell’s weight is raised from the floor to locked arms overhead in a single smooth and continuous movement. The snatch has two components: the pull, in which the barbell is pulled as high as the lifter can manage (usually to mid-chest height), which is followed by flipping the barbell overhead into the locked position.

snatch

removal of a newborn animal from the dam before it has an opportunity to suck. The objective is to rear it independently and free of colostrum-borne infection or of colostral antibodies.
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We have already had some discussions with Law Enforcement and they think the functions and benefits of SNATCHER will enable them to stop crimes before they happen.
The operator of PEL 111 has advised the start up of oil production from the Snatcher-1 and Snatcher-2 oil discoveries with their connection to the temporary Snatcher oil production facility.
The new Snatcher oil field discovery on ACOR's ORRI under PEL 111 could possibly help discover a major new oil province that could possibly extend north to ACOR's PEL 444 & west to ACOR's PEL 112.
She was shouting for help while running to scare the snatcher," a police officer said.
It subsequently became known as the HLE and then the Snatcher.
Snatcher-1 was a successful test of the oil bearing potential of the Snatcher Prospect adjacent to the Santos Limited operated Charo Field in PPL 177.
She has alleged that the guard of the compound may have been hand in glove with the snatcher as he did not respond to her cries for help.
A child snatcher launched a terrifying attack on a youngster walking to school through a Tyneside suburb, a court heard.
A WOMAN was pulled over by a bag snatcher who got away with cash and her bank book.
Snatcher-1 is a successful test of the oil bearing potential of the Snatcher Prospect adjacent to the Santos Limited operated Charo Field in PPL 177.
I had purchased mobile from my pocket money but I was deprived of this gadget by a mobile snatcher in Commercial market, said a dismal looking student.
PENSIONER Bet MacFarlane, 84, and 4ft 11in, who fought off a bag snatcher with a string of expletives and said she would have hit him with her stick if he hadn't backed off.