SNORT


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SNORTSupersonic Naval Ordnance Research Track
SNORTSea Nymph Operational Review Team
SNORTSimultaneous Nasal and Oral Respirometric Technique
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So, with great vehemence, he overturned Sam, and, giving two or three contemptuous snorts, flourished his heels vigorously in the air, and was soon prancing away towards the lower end of the lawn, followed by Bill and Jerry, whom Andy had not failed to let loose, according to contract, speeding them off with various direful ejaculations.
At last there came a time when the driver went further afield than he had yet gone, and during his absence, the horses began to tremble worse than ever and to snort and scream with fright.
The strange man said nothing but made another snort.
But it did not move Gagool or Gagool's master, though I saw signs of pity among the guards behind, and on the faces of the chiefs; and as for Good, he gave a fierce snort of indignation, and made a motion as though to go to her assistance.
It woke him up, and, with a snort of terror, he dashed off at three miles an hour.
William gave a queer snort of exasperation, and opened his manuscript once more, though he kept his eyes upon her face as he did so.
So, with a snort and a neigh and a whisk of his short tail he trotted off the roof into the air and at once began floating downward to the street.
Her mate hesitated for an instant, as though about to rush to her assistance; but a backward glance revealed to him the flying heels of the balance of the herd, and with a snort and a shake of his head he wheeled and dashed away.
After a drink of the cold water the horse sighed, moving his strong wet lips, from the hairs of which transparent drops fell into the trough; then standing still as if in thought, he suddenly gave a loud snort.
With a snort of surprise and of suddenly expelled breath, the head and shoulder went down.
On every side, wherever the live coals had fallen, the snow was sizzling, and every little while a retiring wolf, with wild leap and snort and snarl, announced that one such live coal had been stepped upon.
The horse, which all this time had been uncommonly restless, gave at the same moment a snort of terror and started to run away.