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snot

(snŏt)
n.
Nasal mucus; phlegm.
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I've got kids myself and we have Food Snot premieres each week in our home," Cote says.
Caption: Explosions of rock snot, an algal bloom In rivers around the world, may be due to changes in the environment.
They reported that snot enzymes could cut up aldehydes and molecules with chemical features called acetyl groups.
There will be lots of snot and tears EastEnder Shane Richie previews this Christmas Day's instalment of the soap
A book which has such characters as Snot, Spew and Snivel is always going to be a hit with youngsters.
When they get stuck in there's blood, snot, sweat and bones all over the place.
cool subjects covered, not overly ambitious, and thick as cold snot.
The most crudely named of the three is Snot Shots--tiny green pieces of bubble gum with a sour tutti-frutti flavour.
Why not whip up some fake snot and experiment to find out?
Using only his natural defenses, such as boogers, farts, belches and loogies, Boogerman locks snot with Booger Meister and his stenchmen that fill a 24-meg SEGA Genesis cart.
It is completely unexpected that snot would play a potential role in changing how we perceive odors," says neuroscientist Leslie Vosshall of Rockefeller University in New York City.