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Sno Balls
Sno Balls are cream-filled chocolate cakes, which are then covered with marshmallow frosting and coconut flakes. They are marketed by Hostess. Sno Balls are usually pink; however, they are also available in chocolate, lemon, white, green, blue and other colors, depending on the holiday

A snob is someone who believes that some people are inherently inferior to him or her for any one of a variety of reasons, including real or supposed intellect, wealth, education, ancestry, taste, beauty, nationality, et cetera. Often, the form of snobbery reflects the snob's personal attributes

Snobs is a novel written by Julian Fellowes. It centres around Britain's modern aristocracy and the courtship and marriage of Charles, Earl Broughton and Miss Edith Lavery

Snog is a band formed by Australian musician David Thrussell, along with fellow art school friends, Tim McGrath and Julia Bourke, in 1989. The band's music is a fusion of many different styles, including industrial, techno, ambient, experimental, funk and even some of the social commentary of country music

Snood can refer to:* Snood , a type of hood or hairnet worn by women* Snood , a puzzle game* A caruncle or comb that hangs over the beak of a turkey* A type bait holder used on a crabbing trotline

Snook or Snoek may refer to:* Fish in the family** Centropomidae especially the common snook.** Gempylidae ** Percidae ** Scombridae , subfamily: Scombrinae** Sphyraenidae

"Snoop" is a noun and verb referring to one who pries into the business of others; a busybody; it may also refer to:In entertainment:* Snoop Dogg, a rapper, actor and music producer

Snoopy is an fictional character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. He is Charlie Brown's pet beagle. Snoopy began his life in the strip as a fairly conventional dog, but eventually evolved into perhaps the strip's most dynamic character—and among the most recognizable comic characters in the world

Snop is a small village near General Toshevo, Dobrich, Bulgaria. It has a population of approximately 180.- External links :* * * El Jompi se la come.

Snoring Rail
The Snoring Rail, Aramidopsis plateni also known as Celebes Rail or Platen's Rail is a medium-sized, approximately 30 cm long, flightless rail. It is the only member of the monotypic genus Aramidopsis. Both sexes are quite similar, having gray plumage, white chins, brown wings, short tails and rufous patches on their hindnecks

Snort may refer to:* Snort , a package for intrusion detection* Snort, a map-coloring game* Insufflation, the act of blowing, breathing, hissing, or puffing

The snout, or muzzle, is the protruding portion of an animal's face, consisting of its nose, mouth, and jaw.-Terminology:The term "muzzle", used as a noun, can be ambiguous

Snout (disambiguation)
A snout is the protruding portion of an animal's face.Snout may also refer to:* The snout reflex, in neurology, an abnormal pursing of the lips indicative of brain damage

SNoW is a J-Pop singer. She currently attends Santa Monica College in California. She has grown up in a bilingual environment. Her favorite artists include Ani DiFranco, Iggy Pop, Talking Heads, and Jack Johnson.

SNOW 1.0, SNOW 2.0, and SNOW 3G are word-based synchronous stream ciphers developed by Thomas Johansson and Patrik Ekdahl at Lund University.-History:

Snow (2004 film)
Snow is a Christmas-themed film starring Tom Cavanagh and Ashley Williams that premiered in 2004 on the ABC television network, and was also shown on the ABC Family cable network later the same year

Snow (manga)
Snow is an original English-language manga written and illustrated by Morgan Luthi and published by Tokyopop. It is Luthi's first comic, published after repeated rejections from the Rising Stars of Manga anthology.

Snow (surname)
Snow or Snowe is the surname of:* Al Snow, a professional wrestler* Aurora Snow, a porn star* Brittany Snow, an American film and television actress* C. P

Snow Angels
Snow Angels is a 1994 novel by American author Stewart O'Nan.Set in 1974 in Butler, Pennsylvania, a county seat 35 miles north of Pittsburgh, Snow Angels is the story of teenager Arthur Parkinson, the disintegration of his parents' marriage, and the murder of Arthur's one-time babysitter, Annie Marchand.When the book was still in manuscript, it earned the first Pirate's Alley

Snow Angels (album)
Snow Angels is the ninth studio album, and second Christmas album, by Over the Rhine, released independently in 2006. The album was released by Great Speckled Dog on October 2, 2007.

Snow Angels (film)
Snow Angels is a 2007 drama film starring Sam Rockwell and Kate Beckinsale. It was directed by David Gordon Green, who also wrote the screenplay adapted from Stewart O'Nan's 1994 novel of the same title. The film premiered in the dramatic competition at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival

Snow day (disambiguation)
Snow day may refer to:*Weather-related cancellation*Snow day , a term used by weather forecasters on a day when snow falls*Snow Day , a 2000 comedy film*"Snow Day" , an episode of CSI: NY

Snow day (meteorology)
In meteorology, a snow day is a day on which fall of snow is observed. A meteorological day is considered on a different basis from country to country. Most frequently, it refers to the 08.00-08.00 time span .

Snow Job
Snow Job may refer to:* Snowjob, a colloquialism for a cover-up* Snow Job , a 1983 Canadian sitcom* "Snow Job ", the 10th episode of the 4th season of the HBO television series Entourage

Snow Job (G.I. Joe)
Snow Job is a character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline, comic books and cartoon series of the 1980s. He is the G.I. Joe team's original arctic trooper and debuted in 1983.-Bio:

Snow pea
The snow pea is a legume, more specifically a variety of pea eaten whole in its pod while still unripe

Snow White (1902 film)
Snow White was a silent movie made in 1902. It was the first time the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale was made into a film. . It was registered for United States copyright on May 1, 1903.

Snow White (1987 film)
Snow White is a 1987 musical film based on the classic fairytale and released as part of the "Cannon Movie Tales" series. Diana Rigg stars as the Wicked Queen.The film was released straight to video

Snow White (1995 film)
Originally released directly to video in 1995, Snow White is a 46-minute animated film based on the classic story, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by the Brothers Grimm

Snow White (horse)
Snow White was a champion standardbred racing horse. She was sired by Self Possessed, out of Moms Millionaire, a Pine Chip mare. The filly is currently owned by North State Street Stable, Harness The Power, and Jerry Silva

Snow White (TV film)
Snow White, released in the U.S. as Snow White: The Fairest of Them All, was a television film, made in 2001, and based on the Snow White storyline. It was made by Hallmark Entertainment and directed by Caroline Thompson. It deviates in several places from the original Brothers Grimm story and adds significant new characters and subplots

A snowball is a spherical object made from snow, usually created by scooping snow with the hands, and compacting it into a roughly fist-sized ball. The snowball is often used to engage in games, such as snowball fights. Snowball fights are usually light-hearted and involve throwing snowballs at one's friends or family

Snowball (The Simpsons)
The name Snowball refers to five fictional cats that have been owned by the Simpson family in the American animated sitcom The Simpsons. The differences between them are:

Snowball's Chance
Snowball's Chance, is a parody of George Orwell's Animal Farm written by John Reed, in which Snowball the pig returns to the Manor Farm after many years' absence, to install capitalism — which proves to have its own pitfalls.- Background :

Snowbird may refer to:*"Snowbird" , recorded by Anne Murray in 1970*Snowbird , people from Canada and the northern United States who spend winter in warmer climates of the southern United States*Snowbird , a Marvel Comics character

Snowblind (comics)
Snowblind is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe, making his debut appearance in Ghost Rider vol. 2 #13.-Fictional character biography:

Snowblind (novel)
Snowblind: A brief career in the cocaine trade written by American author Robert Sabbag in 1976 is a non-fiction account about an extraordinary character named Zachary Swan who turned his hand to smuggling cocaine from Colombia into the US

Snowboards are boards, usually with a width the length of one's foot, with the ability to glide on snow. Snowboards are differentiated from monoskis by the stance of the user

Snowboarding is a sport that involves descending a slope that is covered with snow on a snowboard attached to a rider's feet using a special boot set onto mounted binding. The development of snowboarding was inspired by skateboarding, sledding, surfing and skiing. It was developed in the U.S.A

The Snowcap is a small hummingbird which is a resident breeder in Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and western Panama. It is the only member of the genus Microchera.

Galanthus is a small genus of about 20 species of bulbous herbaceous plants in the Amaryllis family, subfamily Amaryllidoideae

Snowdrop (disambiguation)
The snowdrop is a small genus of about 20 species in the family Amaryllidaceae that are among the first bulbs to bloom in spring.Snowdrop may also refer to:* MV Snowdrop, a Mersey Ferry* USS Snowdrop , a Union Navy ship

Snowed In (serial)
Snowed In is a 1926 drama film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet. The film is now considered to be lost.-Cast:* Allene Ray - Shirley Kane* Walter Miller - David Sheridan* Frank Austin - J.B. Swinnerton

Snowfall (comics)
Snowfall is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.Ginny Snow was a mutant child with telepathic and precognitive powers. She could also use her powers to appear in an idealized adult form.

Snowfall (disambiguation)
Snowfall is a form of precipitation .Snowfall may also refer to one of the following.*Snowfall , a novel by Mitchell Smith*Snowfall Films, founded by Kate Robbins and Suzanne Lyons

Snowglobe (film)
Snowglobe is a 2007 television film starring Christina Milian, Josh Cooke, Matt Keeslar, Luciana Carro and Lorraine Bracco. The film was produced by ABC Family and first aired on December 15, 2007 in their 25 Days of Christmas programming block.- Plot :

A snowman is an anthropomorphic snow sculpture. They are customarily built by children as part of a family project in celebration of winter. In some cases, participants in winter festivals will build large numbers of snowmen

Snowman (album)
Snowman is the self-titled debut album, released by the Australian band Snowman on 23 September 2006. All the words and music were written by Snowman.

Snowman (comics)
The Snowman is a fictional supervillain in Batman comics. The Snowman first appeared in Batman #337 , and was created by Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas.-Fictional character biography:

Snowman (disambiguation)
Snowman may refer to:* Snowman, a temporary sculpture made of snow* Snowman , a show jumping champion horse* Snowman, an informal term in golf for a score of eight strokes on one hole* Yeti, also known as "The Abominable Snowman"

Snowplow (sculpture)
Snowplow is an abstract outdoor sculpture by American artist Mark di Suvero located on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.-Description:

A snowshoe is footwear for walking over the snow. Snowshoes work by distributing the weight of the person over a larger area so that the person's foot does not sink completely into the snow, a quality called "flotation".

Snowy may refer to:* The condition of having snow; having to do with snow* Snowy , a dog companion of Tintin, a Belgian comics character* Snowy River, a river in Australia

Snowy Egret
The Snowy Egret is a small white heron. It is the American counterpart to the very similar Old World Little Egret, which has established a foothold in the Bahamas.

A snub is a refusal to recognise an acquaintance. It may also refer to:*snub , including the Snub cube ; an Archimedean solid.*Unusually short, as in a snub nose.* Snub-nosed monkey, an Old World monkey

See snubber for a device used to suppress voltage transients in electrical systemsSnubbing is a type of heavy well intervention performed on oil and gas wells. It involves running the BHA on a pipe string using a hydraulic workover rig

Snuff (disambiguation)
Snuff is fine-ground tobacco, intended for use by being sniffed or snorted into the nose.Snuff may also refer to:* Moist snuff or dipping tobacco* Snuff film, a type of film that shows an actual murder* Snuff , a 1976 splatter film

Snuff (novel)
-Book description:Cassie Wright, porn priestess, intends to cap her legendary career by breaking the world record for serial fornication porn movies, on camera, with six hundred men. Snuff unfolds through the perspectives of Mr. 600, Mr. 72, Mr. 137, and Wright's personal assistant, Sheila

Snuffle is an encryption system designed by Daniel Bernstein and the subject of his court case, Bernstein v. United States.Often lost in the discussion of Bernstein v

Snug is a minor character from William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream. He is a joiner who is hired by Peter Quince to play the part of the lion in Pyramus and Thisbe. When he is first assigned the part, he is afraid it may take him a while to finally remember his lines for it

Snug can mean:* Snug , a type of piercing* Snug, Tasmania, a small town on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, in the municipality of Kingborough in TasmaniaAs a character, Snug can be

Snug (piercing)
A snug is a piercing passing through the anti-helix of the ear from the medial to lateral surfaces.-External links:* on

Snuggle is the brand name of a fabric softener sold by Sun Products in the United States and Canada. It features as its mascot, a teddy bear, named Snuggle the Fabric Softener Bear or "The Snuggle Bear", previously voiced by Micky Dolenz and originally voiced by Corinne Orr

SO may refer to:* So , the romanisation of the Japanese kana そ and ソ* Superintending Officer in Construction* Somalia ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code** .so, the top-level Internet domain of Somalia* Somali language,

So (Static-X song)
"So" is a song by industrial metal band Static-X. It is the eleventh track and second single from their album Shadow Zone. It is also the last release with then guitarist Tripp Eisen. The music video features the band performing in Studio 202 and various cut scenes to Wayne Static playing individually. It also features cut scenes of Wayne Static driving his truck