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Synonyms for snag

Synonyms for snag

a tricky or unsuspected condition

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a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest

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an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart

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an unforeseen obstacle

catch on a snag

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get by acting quickly and smartly

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hew jaggedly

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Which means per plane the snags reported were three lesser in a year.
The effect of snags on bird communities was studied in 1999 by establishing sixteen 50 m radius (0.
Remember, of course, that snags are a good indicator of fishable structure.
10 The current study was designed to determine the effects of Mackenzie EEP Versus Mulligan SNAGs for chronic mechanical low back pain.
Sources said the pilot got angry as he was not satisfied with the manner in which the technical snag was being addressed and
One integral part of the SNAG folder series is the Controller model, meant to inflict pain of the non-lethal type.
As a result of decades of fire suppression and timber management that focused on selective removal of large-diameter trees (Arno 1996; Hessburg and others 2005), Ponderosa Pine forests today have high densities of small-diameter trees and low densities of large-diameter trees and snags, as well as an encroachment of shade tolerant tree species (for example, Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii] and Grand Fir [Abies grandis]) (Fule and others 1997; Keeling and others 2006).
To my further surprise, the account statement slip I was handed over reflected the withdrawal of Rs3,000 only," said a customer who benefited from the machine's technical snag.
Summary: DUBAI - Nakheel on Monday announced that it has completed the snags of a large number of the apartments at Masakin Al Furjan.
That led Mark to think the fish were seeking cover up against an island protected by underwater snags.
rst, it snags on the pack's engine/transmission brace.
Student Halle Peters, 12, said that before this project, she hadn't really grasped the significance of snags.
The pressure is on to close the transfer because former manager Mourinho - now bossing Inter Milan - has emerged as a rival and Chelsea want to iron out a couple of snags to have an agreement with all parties in the next few days.
Standing snags accumulate in declining forests and can average about 65 percent of the Alaska yellow-cedar overall basal area (Hennon et al.