SNOT


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Related to SNOT: Nasal mucus
AcronymDefinition
SNOTStuds Not on Top (LEGO building method)
SNOTSino-Nasal Outcomes Test
SNOTSociedad Nicaraguense de Ortopedia y Traumatologia
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Toe battles a snot monster Paul Rust as Denis and Hayden Panettiere as Beth
The first Snot Spots hit retail in 2005; today there are four styles: two for skiers and snowboarders, one for runners, and one for bicyclists.
Sure enough, there were lots of sauces promising all sorts of evil things, with colourful names such as Satan's Snot and Hellfire.
Yes, that snot of snots Sharpay is played by a real-life 21-year-old.
Two young visitors had a slimy time at the Life Science Centre in Newcastle as they learned about the merits of snot and why the body needs it.
Had tickets to the 1977 Oakland Coliseum show, the one where their "people" beat the snot out of Bill Graham's "people" and pandemonium reigned, but never did make it.
AND YOU KIDS GET IN THE CAR NOW, BEFORE I BEAT THE SNOT OUT OF YOU
Too often, such geometries have provided flashy architects with the power to waggle themselves about, destroying human scale with blobs and other such snot.
This 500-kilo wall of rippling muscle, snorting snot and curved horns plows toward the diminutive man dressed in a bright white traje de luces, a skin-tight costume festooned with silk and sequins and virtually unchanged since the 17th century.
Had they been Sid Snot from Stechford or Billy Bludgeon from Bilston they would have ended up in prison - and damned right too.
But Snot fans will no doubt be happy to learn that Hip-O Records has released this live recording of a performance in May 1998 at the Palace in Hollywood.