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Snugs

Wound care Tapeless wound care products: leg wrap, arm wrap, foot/plantar wrap, foot glove, mastectomy wrap, abdominal wrap, and hood–for head wounds. See Wound care.
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For every 10 snug photos uploaded and shared on Facebook through Nov.
Led by the iconic and loveable Snuggle Bear, fabric softener brand Snuggle announced today the launch of Snugs Across America, the brand's first-ever movement to inspire people to spread love and softness.
Snuggle[R] Launches Snugs Across America to Spread a Touch of Love and Softness (Photo: Business Wire)
And despite being a nation of "tech-lovers" - with many Brits opting to book their winter snugs online - cosy pastimes and traditional yuletide festivities take precedence over WiFi connection when it comes to downing tools over the Christmas period.
Personally from my own point of view and a non-smoker's view, I think maybe we should have a slight re-think by way of bringing back the snugs and rid the doorways of a disgusting, unsightly sight being the smoke-inhaling addicts along with their discarded remnants.
When pubs had snugs (and pianos) the ale and ambience were the attractions.
In addition to supporting the SNUGs, the initiative manages an online resource portal to provide access to industry-specific educational opportunities and advocates strongly for the expansion of university-based educational offerings focused on data storage topics.
Even though I am a pensioner and am not in need of said facility, I know of many old folk who would visit, just as my nan used to, their local, were the snug was in situ.
The 100th SNUG meeting, which took place in San Diego on September 8, 2005, featured a topic-focused presentation entitled "Business Continuity -- What's Likely to Fail.
FalconStor has already provided subject matter experts and sponsored numerous SNUG meetings throughout North America.