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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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26 Gloria Snively, "Bridging Traditional Science and Western Science in the Multicultural Classroom," Thinking, Snively and MacKinnon, eds.
"The amount of activity and participation both from the nonprofits and our residents and businesses that give so much isn't something seen in other places," Snively said.
Snively led a diverse team of Ohio University researchers, including experts in mechanical engineering, computer visualization and dinosaur anatomy.
I thank Anne Snively for her assistance with this column.
Matt Snively, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Eli Lilly Federal Credit Union, and Michael Hostetler, e-commerce and market research manager at Finance Center Federal Credit Union, each received a 2009 emerging leadership award.
Educational and literacy levels, as well as cultural beliefs, may also form barriers to the efficacy of pesticide safety training programs for farmworkers (see Table 3) (Arcury, Marin, Snively, HernandezPelletier, & Quandt, 2008; McCauley et al., 2002; McCauley et al., 2004; Quackenbush et al., 2006).
In June, Oregon authorities charged a woman with murdering Heather Snively, who was eight months pregnant and may have been trying to buy or trade baby clothes online with her alleged attacker.
The recent murder of Heather Snively has given me a lot to think about as I eagerly await the arrival of my first niece or nephew.
Pregnant Heather Snively had been cut open at the stomach so her unborn child could be removed, a postmortem revealed.
In Chapter Six, Snively gives a clear definition of the various roles that a graduate assistant can play during a tutorial (such as a highly skilled peer tutor, an editor, and a faculty surrogate) as well as an explanation of what makes the graduate assistant different from an undergraduate peer tutor.
Les desequilibres fluidiques et electrolytiques peuvent entrainer les troubles suivants : hypervolemie, nausee et vomissements, hyperparathyroidie, osteopathie et hypertension (Mitch, 2005; Snively, 2004).
Much of the research on social work students is descriptive in nature and the explanatory studies are limited by a small number of independent variables (BenAri, 1998; Black, Oles, & Moore, 1996; CluseTolar, Lambert, Ventura, & Pasupuleti, 2004; Dongvillo & Ligon, 2001; Krieglstein, 2003; Newman, Dannenflesr, & Benishek, 2002; Snively, Kreuger, Stretch, Watt, & Chandha, 2004; Sun, 2002; Yuen & Pardeck, 1998).
As Suzanne Snively, the chair of NACEW, pointed out in her opening address, New Zealand women have been campaigning for equal pay since women teachers demanded equal pay in 1893.
Pituitary tumors represent approximately 7%-18% of all intracranial tumors (American Brain Tumor Association, 1997; Counsell, Gilbert, & Snively, 1996).