Sneddon

Sned·don

(sned'ŭn),
Ian B., 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sneddon syndrome, Sneddon-Wilkinson disease.
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Gary Sneddon was convicted of driving the car at a man on Watling Street, Motherwell, on March 22.
James Ray "Scotty" Sneddon, 72 of Nokomis, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2019, at his home in Nokomis.
The 36-year-old had been given bail in June after a court appearance on a charge of assaulting his ex-partner Eleanor Sneddon.
Julie McKenzie criticised Argyll and Bute chief executive Cleland Sneddon for emailing councillors his account of the phone call soon after.
KEEPER Jamie Sneddon believes he's had the perfect apprenticeship for his move to Partick Thistle.
David Sneddon went missing near the Tiger Leaping Gorge in Yunnan, China, back in 2004.
John Davis, 22, of Stonehenge Croft, was jailed for two years while brothers Jamie Sneddon, 27, and Neil Sneddon, 23, both of Ebmore Drive, all Druids Heath, were each handed 12-month sentences.
Glasgow's guest Derek Sneddon took the win in heat two, ably backed up by Kasper Lykke Nielsen - the latter passing Simon Nielsen at the end of the first lap for a 5-1.
Cov had an early let-off when Scott Sneddon missed a kickable second-minute penalty for the hosts, but they then spurned two kicking opportunities themselves in the home 22 and came away with nothing from a line-out and a scrum.
The visitors had an early let-off when Scott Sneddon missed a kickable second-minute penalty but they then spurned two kicking opportunities themselves in the home 22, coming away with nothing from a lineout and a scrum.