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whining in a tearful manner

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the act of breathing heavily through the nose (as when the nose is congested)

talk in a tearful manner

snuff up mucus through the nose

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cry or whine with snuffling

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Snively, city officials, and members of the Duluth Chamber of Commerce.
Suzanne Snively, who chairs the watchdog group's New Zealand chapter, said the scandals could affect how New Zealand is perceived and ranked.
So by studying how birds feed, Eric Snively of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and his colleagues were able to reconstruct how T.
1) The report's lead author is economist Suzanne Snively, a former partner at financial advisory firm PWC.
In particular, while the representations of Latinos in Major League Baseball has stayed relatively consistent (roughly 2829%) from the time Study 2 was conducted to present (Lapchick, Bernstine, Nunes, Okolo, Snively, & Walker, 2013), Latino athletes are making inroads in other major American sports.
In addition to identifying prima facie assets, counselors need to investigate beneath the surface of a client's presentation of self for other strengths (Cowger & Snively, 2001).
For the $1 billion Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union in Indianapolis, awareness has been one of the biggest challenges in offering members investment services, said Matthew Snively, senior vice president of ELFCU Wealth Management and LPL Financial investment program manager.
En este debate es indudable la necesidad de involucrar varios sistemas de conocimientos indigenas u otros no occidentales; asi, Hodson (1999); Kawagley, Norris-Tull y Norris-Tull (1998); Snively y Corsiglia (2001); Stanley y Brickhouse (2001) estan motivados por un deseo de alterar el panorama politico de la educacion cientifica.
His attorney is Shelly Hogan Koehler, of the Snively Law Firm in Fayetteville.
Snively (2004) suggested several benefits to community-based LGBTQ youth groups.
This verdict highlights that all companies that make early and substantial investments in developing cutting edge technology will have their intellectual property rights upheld and fairly valued," David Snively, Monsanto's general counsel, said in a statement.