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Snail mail
Snail mail or smail is a dysphemistic retronym—named after the snail with its slow speed—used to refer to letters and missives carried by conventional postal delivery services. The phrase refers to the lag-time between dispatch of a letter and its receipt, versus the virtually instantaneous dispatch and delivery of its electronic equivalent, e-mail

Snails (game)
Snails is a shooting game by PDAmill for Windows Mobile. There was also a version for Palm OS, now discontinued, and alpha/beta versions for Symbian and Microsoft Windows, which have not been updated in over a year. In the game, you play as a race of snails planning world conquest in either Missions or Deathmatch modes

Snake eyes
In gambling, snake eyes is the outcome of rolling the dice in a game and getting only one pip on each die. The pair of pips resembles a pair of eyes, which is appended to the term 'snake' because of the long-standing association of this word with treachery and betrayal

Snake Eyes (album)
-Track listing:#Intro #Hard Ball #Thug Livin' #Mob Life#The Murda Show #Big Scrilla#Coast Trippin' #Power Moves

Snake Eyes (song)
"The Turn of a Friendly Card: ii. Snake Eyes" is a song by British progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project off their 1980 concept album The Turn of a Friendly Card. It charted at #67 on the U.S. Billboard Charts in 1981. It is the second part of a five-part medley that shares the same title as the album

Snake oil
Snake oil is a topical preparation made from the Chinese Water Snake , which is used to treat joint pain. However, the most common usage of the phrase is as a derogatory term for quack medicine

A snakebite is an injury caused by a bite from a snake, often resulting in puncture wounds inflicted by the animal's fangs and sometimes resulting in envenomation. Although the majority of snake species are non-venomous and typically kill their prey with constriction rather than venom, venomous snakes can be found on every continent except Antarctica

For the Israeli band whose name translates to "snakefish" see Hadag NahashSnakefish is a colloquial term used for a number of species of fish that resemble snakes. Trachinocephalus myops, native to parts of both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, in particular is known by this name.

Snakes and ladders (disambiguation)
-In film and television:*A 1989, UK satirical comedy series*Snakes and Ladders , a 1965 Spanish film*Snakes and Ladders , a 2004 TV series starring Amy Price-Francis

Snakes and Ladders (Gerry Rafferty album)
Snakes and Ladders is the fourth album by Gerry Rafferty. It was released in 1980, following the success of his previous two albums, City to City and Night Owl. The album charted at #15 in the UK but only reached #61 in the US. The album was released on CD in 1998 [EMI 7 46609-2] but deleted soon after that. Some of the songs are available on compilation albums

-Computing:* ITK-SNAP, a medical imaging software application* Snap * SNAP , a symbolic circuit simulator* Snap Server, a computer storage device* Subnetwork Access Protocol , capable of binding to the Logical Link Control

Snap (fingers)
Snapping one's fingers is the act of creating a cracking/clicking sound with one's fingers. Primarily this is done by building tension between the thumb and another finger and then moving the other finger forcefully downward so it hits the palm of the same hand at a high speed

SnapDragon is a contemporary jazz band based in San Antonio, Texas. The group released their debut CD, "Stealing a Moment" on Humbug Records in 2008, and the 10-song CD soon broke the Top 100 in U.S radio airplay

Snapdragon (comics)
Snapdragon is a Japanese supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe. She first appeared in Marvel Fanfare vol. 1 #12 and was created by Ralph Macchio and George Pérez.-Fictional character biography:

Snapdragon (disambiguation)
Snapdragon or Antirrhinum is a genus of plants.Snapdragon or Snap-dragon may also refer to:* Snap-dragon , a parlour game* Snapdragon , a Japanese supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe

Snapdragon (processor)
Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a "platform" for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices.The Snapdragon application processor core, dubbed Scorpion, is Qualcomm's own design

Snapped is an American true crime television series that airs on the Oxygen Network. Snapped debuted on August 6, 2004 and is produced in conjunction with Jupiter Entertainment.-Synopsis:

Snapper (Transformers)
Snapper is a fictional character from the various Transformers universes. He should not be confused with Rippersnapper, a Decepticon with a similar name.-Beast Wars Predacon:

Snaps is a Danish and Swedish word for a small shot of a strong alcoholic beverage taken during the course of a meal. A ritual that is associated with drinking snaps is a tradition in Scandinavia, especially in Denmark and Sweden, where it is very common to drink snaps at holidays such as Midsummer, Christmas and Easter

Snapshot may refer to:* Snapshot , an amateur photograph* Snapshot, a 1979 Australian film directed by Simon Wincer* Snapshot, a novel by Garry Disher

Snapshot (album)
Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" (D. Tyson, W. Lawrie, C

Snapshot (Daryl Braithwaite album)
Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" Snapshot is an album by Daryl Braithwaite released in 2005. It was his first studio album in 12 years.-Track listing:#"Where the Poor Boys Dance" (D. Tyson, W. Lawrie, C

Snapshot (file format)
The Microsoft Snapshot file format provides a way of storing a static snapshot of reports from Microsoft Access versions 97 through 2007. It enabled Windows users without Microsoft Access to view an electronic version of an Access report. The viewer, which is free but proprietary, is available from Microsoft

Snapshot (song)
"Snapshot" is a song by RuPaul, released as the first single from his second album, Foxy Lady.-Chart performance:-Track listings:*US 12" Vinyl #Snapshot #Snapshot

Snare may refer to:* Snare trap, a kind of trap used for capturing animals* Snare drum* SNARE , a family of proteins involved in vesicle fusion* The Snares, a group of islands approximately 200 kilometres south of New Zealand

Snare (software)
Snare is a group of open-source agents, and a commercial server, used to collect audit log data from a variety of operating systems and applications to facilitate centralised log analysis

Snare drum
The snare drum or side drum is a melodic percussion instrument with strands of snares made of curled metal wire, metal cable, plastic cable, or gut cords stretched across the drumhead, typically the bottom. Pipe and tabor and some military snare drums often have a second set of snares on the bottom side of the top head to make a "brighter" sound

Snarf or SNARF may refer to:*Snarf, one of several characters on the television show ThunderCats*Snarf , a character from the animated television series Trollz* Snarfing, information theft or data manipulation in wireless, local networks

Snarfing is information theft or data manipulation in wireless, local networks . Furthermore, snarfing is a cache coherence mechanism

A snarl is a facial expression, where the upper lip is raised, and the nostrils widen, generally indicating hate, anger or pain. In addition to humans, other mammals including monkeys and dogs snarl, often to warn others of their potential bite. In humans, snarling uses the levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscle

Snarl (software)
Snarl is a notification system for Windows inspired by Growl that allows applications to display alpha-blended messages on the screen.Unlike other forms of notification, Snarl does not hijack the current focused window, nor does it force the taskbar to be visible

Snatch may refer to:* Snatch , a 2000 British gangster movie by director Guy Ritchie* Snatch theft, grab-and-run theft from a motorcycle, in Malaysia* Snatch, an album by Howie B* Snatch , or Anagrams, word game

is a cyberpunk-themed graphic adventure game produced by Konami, originally released in Japan for the NEC PC-8801 and MSX 2 computer platforms in 1988. It was followed by a CD-ROM-based remake released for the PC Engine video game console in 1992, which was subsequently ported and localized into English for the Mega-CD/Sega CD in 1994

Sneak may refer to:*DJ Sneak, Puerto Rican DJ*Keak Da Sneak, rapper from Oakland, California*The Sneaks, band from New Zealand*Quarterback sneak, a term in American football*Sneakbox, type of small boat*Sneak magazine, British weekly magazine

Sneak Preview (album)
Sneak Preview is an independently released album by the future members of King's X going by the name of Sneak Preview. Reportedly, only about 1,000 copies were pressed. The band was not very impressed with the results and may have personally destroyed about half of the pressed copies, making this album a very rare item, worth about $300 U.S

A sneaker may refer to:* Sneaker , in American English, is a casual athletic shoe.* Sneaker Phone, a phone that looks like a sneaker* Sneaker wave, type of ocean wave* Sneaker , a computer intruder or hacker

Sneakers (Apple video game)
Sneakers is a 1981 video game for the Apple II computer, created by Mark Turmell and published by Sirius Software.- Description :The premise of Sneakers is similar to Space Invaders or Sirius's Space Eggs — to use either paddles or the keyboard to move a ship left or right across the bottom of the screen while shooting or evading enemies

Sneakers (Danish band)
Sneakers was a Danish rock band from the early 1980s. Among its members were vocalist Sanne Salomonsen and on keyboards Morten Kærså.-External links:* at the Danish music site

The SNEB rocket is an unguided air-to-ground rocket projectile manufactured by the French company TDA Armements, designed for launch by combat aircraft and helicopters. Two other rockets were developed in the and caliber

A sneer is a facial expression of scorn or disgust characterized by a slight raising of one corner of the upper lip, known also as curling the lip or turning up the nose

A sneeze is a semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from the lungs through the nose and mouth, usually caused by foreign particles irritating the nasal mucosa

Sneeze (disambiguation)
Sneeze or The Sneeze can refer to:* Sneeze, the bodily reflex also known as sternutation* The Sneeze * Sneeze , a video game inspired by the 2009 Swine Flu pandemic* The Sneeze , a play by Anton Chekhov

There are several plants referred to as sneezeweed:*Achillea ptarmica in the Asteraceae family*Various species of Helenium in the Asteraceae family

Sneh may refer to:*Efraim Sneh, Israeli politician and physician.*Moshe Sneh, Israeli politician and military figure.

SNF may refer to:* Saturday Night Fever* Saturday Night Football* Skilled Nursing Facility* Skolem normal form* Smith normal form* Somali National Front* Soviet Northern Front* Spent nuclear fuel, or spent fuel* Strong Nuclear Force

SNICK was a two-hour programming block on the American cable television network Nickelodeon, geared toward general audiences, that ran from August 15, 1992 until August 28, 2004. It was aired on Saturdays starting at 8 p.m and ending at 10 p.m. ET. In 2004, SNICK was revamped as the Saturday night edition of TEENick

Snicket may refer to:*A narrow alleyway* Lemony Snicket, an American author and fictional character* Snicket family, the fictional family of this author** Kit Snicket, Lemony Snicket's elder sister** Jacques Snicket, Lemony Snicket's elder brother

Sniff is a character in the Moomin series of books by Finnish author Tove Jansson. Moomintroll's immature friend and later adopted brother. He is the son of the Muddler and the Fuzzy. He is one of the few characters in the Moomin series who is sincerely interested in money, and is always on the lookout for another way to get rich quick

Sniffer may refer to:* Packet analyzer , computer software or hardware that can intercept and log traffic passing over a digital network

Sniffles is an animated cartoon and comic-book character in the Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies series of cartoons and comics.-Character biography:

Sniffy: The Virtual Rat also known as Sniffy Pro and Sniffy Pro for Windows is a suite of computer software used for teaching the psychology of learning which simulates a rat in an operant box and can be used to run experiments and classical conditioning and operant conditioning.It is designed as an alternative to teaching psychology of learning using real rats, which can

A snifter — also called a balloon — is a type of stemware, a short-stemmed glass whose vessel has a wide bottom and a relatively narrow top. It is mostly used to serve aged brown spirits such as brandy and whisky

Snifter (disambiguation)
Snifter may refer to:* Snifter, a short-stemmed glass whose main vessel has a wide bottom but that narrows at the top that is used for serving liquor.* Snifter - a colloquial British term for a small quantity of strong alcoholic spirits, such as whisky

Snip may refer to:* SNIP, a fictional robot in the television series Snorks* Snip , a Dutch aircraft made in the 1930's* Snip , a fictional character in the television series Ace Lightning

A snipe is any of about 25 wading bird species in three genera in the family Scolopacidae. They are characterized by a very long, slender bill and crypsis plumage. The Gallinago snipes have a nearly worldwide distribution, the Lymnocryptes Jack Snipe is restricted to Asia and Europe and the Coenocorypha snipes are found only in the Outlying Islands of New Zealand

Snipe (theatrical)
A Snipe in the motion picture exhibition business refers to two things:* Any material before the feature presentation other than a trailer. "Welcome to our theater," courtesy trailers , promotions for the snackbar, and "daters", that announce the date for an upcoming show, are the most common kinds of snipes.* A printed sticker or material that is made

Sniper (2008 film)
The Sniper is a 2009 Hong Kong action thriller film directed by Dante Lam and starring Richie Ren, Edison Chen and Huang Xiaoming, as top snipers for the Hong Kong Police Force

Sniper (song)
"Sniper" is a ballad written by Harry Chapin and first released on the album Sniper and Other Love Songs in 1972.-Overview:The 9-minute, 55-second song is based on the 1966 University of Texas shooting with some fictional accounts taken. In the song, the actual sniper, Charles Whitman, is not mentioned by name nor is the location revealed

A snippet is defined as a small piece of something, it may in more specific contexts refer to:* Sampling , the use of a short phrase of a recording as an element in a new piece of music

Snippy, pronounced , is an adjective meaning "sharp or curt" and "Sharp-tongued; impertinent".- 2000 U.S. presidential election :The word grew to prominence in the United States after its well-publicized use in a phone call between Al Gore and George W. Bush during the 2000 U.S

Snit is an object-oriented extension to the Tcl programming language. Snit is a recursive acronym that stands for "Snit's Not Incr Tcl." Snit is a pure Tcl object and megawidget system. It is unique among Tcl object systems in that it is based not on inheritance but on delegation

Snitch may refer to:* Informant* Whistleblower* "Snitch" , a song by Obie Trice* Monument Ave. or Snitch, a 1998 thriller film-See also:* Golden Snitch, a ball in Quidditch in the Harry Potter series

SNL (disambiguation)
SNL may refer to:* Saturday Night Live, an American sketch comedy TV series* SNL Financial, a financial services company* SnL, American pop artist and songwriter* Sandia National Laboratories* Scots National League, a 1920s political organization