SNEARSouthern New England Association of Rocketry (Springfield, MA)
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We all wanted to be Elvis, including Cliff Richard who cultivated a snear that made him look like a puppy chewing a nettle.
Concomitante a este fato, usaremos o edital de chamada publica, oriundo da Secretaria Nacional de Esporte de Alto Rendimento (SNEAR), que compreende acoes voltadas a preparacao dos atletas, preparacao e organizacao dos Jogos Olimpicos e Paralimpicos 2016, capacitacao de recursos humanos para o esporte de alto rendimento e o apoio a implantacao de infraestrutura para os Jogos Olimpicos e Paralimpicos 2016, dentro do Programa Esporte e Grandes Eventos Esportivos (Brasil, 2012).
It is Lindley ward for voting - and so I am condemned to 'snears' for even having the temerity to oppose the plans.
Following aortobicaval cannulation cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) was constituted and both caval veins were encircled with tapes and occluder snears were applied.
I enjoy playing for England and I'm delighted to do so again.': Cash row denial:Wales soccer chiefs have sneared at suggestions of a cash row with Mark Hughes' players ahead of tomorrow's World Cup showdown with England, writes Rhys Anthony.
Instead of hands across the sea, we got hands across the face and snears instead of smiles.
One local newspaper sneared at Bruno's hopes by sarcastically declaring: "People who live in glass jaws shouldn't throw punches!
It was nerve-jangling stuff and highly frustrating that Town couldn't force the win they deserved, but a point away from home is not to be sneared at.