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someone who sets snares for birds or small animals

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India attacked on two fronts: Harbhajan, who enticed a nick to send Ian Bell back before lunch, and Kumble, the snarer of Flintoff, probing away on a parched pitch already showing signs of cracking up, while Pathan and Sreesanth exploited the reverse swing on offer.
Among the stories included in this volume are: The Sun Snarer, Creation of First Man and First Woman, The Fatal Swing, Song of the Ghost Dance, Paiute Medicine Song, Origin of Clear Lake, The Great Fire, The Medicine Grizzly Bear, The Girl Who Was the Ring, How the Rattlesnake Learned to Bite, The White Trail in the Sky, The Cloud People, Crossing the Red Sea, The Eye Juggler, The Rolling Head, The Tower of Babel, The Jealous Father, The False Bride Groom, The Alligator That Stole a Man, and many, many more.
India attacked on two fronts with Harbhajan, who enticed a nick to send Ian Bell back before lunch, and Kumble, the snarer of Flintoff, probing away on a parched pitch already showing signs of cracking up, while Pathan and Sreesanth exploited the reverse swing on offer.
In turn, Szilard credited Wells with his inspiration, based on Wells's 1914 The World Set Free, a novel in which war was made impossible as a result of nuclear weapons developed by what Wells called the "sun snarers," based on Wells's attendance at lectures given by Baron Rutherford in London (Grandy).
Then you get the 'sniggerers', who go down to a well-stocked salmon pool armed with large weighted treble hooks to rip fish out; snarers, who use rabbit snares on poles to tail them out; and gangs of prawners, who descend on fly-only stretches and wheech them out.