I can hear the frustration in your letter about Tabitha's snuffling
. I have heard that term before: "Chronic snufflers" are cats who have audible breath sounds emanating from their upper airways.
Talking of which, how awful to see Cherie Blair snuffling
her way back to the campaign trail.
As for The Husband - well, if it's not his Restless Leg Syndrome making him throw his legs in the air and make little jerky movements which keep ME awake not HIM, he's either snuffling
, snoring, sneezing or generally making noise.
Plus the added worry triggered by the presence of a slavering mutt lurking and snuffling
with intent nearby soon had me protectively chomping away.
When recording companies are snuffling
around film soundtracks and issuing them as 'classical', they could raise their eyes a lot higher and come upon the music of Tom Ingoldsby.
In the early days he was wild, and he remains so to this day; but he turns my heart with the compliment of noticing me, of snuffling
my hair, responding to my talk.
Ruthin began to dominate the match snuffling
out Dolgellau attacks with excellent defence and taking the try scoring opportunities when they came.
But all this lies ahead for our infant Prince As he, snuffling
in his Mother''s arms Is blissful, unaware of future power and glory And we, his beaming subjects, pledge Our dedication, love, support and strength To help his boyish laugh reveal the story We toy soldiers shall replay past victories!
Over their lifetime, a person will suffer around 200 colds, leading to almost three years of wheezing and snuffling
A few weeks later Mrs Bala told a visiting nurse her baby was snuffling
, but she appeared to be at a normal stage of development for a premature baby.
All of them were fervent acolytes of Tony Blair who hasn't lifted his nose from the trough since he left No10, snuffling
up some pounds 20million.
I find it nauseating that while MPs are snuffling
in the deep trough they have created for themselves, they refuse a meaningful pay rise to the lowest paid public sector workers; they refuse life saving cancer drugs for terminally ill patients because the NHS is not given a budget for them; they close post offices because they are not profitable and so on.