snip


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Synonyms for snip

Synonyms for snip

a small piece of anything (especially a piece that has been snipped off)

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the act of clipping or snipping

sever or remove by pinching or snipping

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cultivate, tend, and cut back the growth of

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He said one of the reasons men opt for the snip is because they see what their wives have to go through during labour.
Only last month, An Bord Snip reported to the Cabinet that the scheme should be cancelled and all funding for the GDA should be stopped.
The researchers have revealed that the main focus of their study will be on how the Snip Doctor may detect genetic sequences linked to metabolism.
Dew snip has been happy with his team's form over the season and feels it bodes well for the future.
Ask your stylist to snip no more than an eighth of an inch, just to get rid of any split ends and end your above-the-shoulders hair rut forever.
As well as being sponsored by people around the area, members of the community paid 50p per snip of David's hair.
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AN ECO-QUANGO threatened with the chop by An Bord Snip has just awarded a lucrative EUR150,000 public relations contract.
Restriction enzymes slice DNA, dice it, and snip it just where you'd like.
SWANSEA boss Brendan Rodgers reckons the pounds 500,000 he spent on Scott Sinclair is "an absolute snip".
MURPHY is pleased to see the Government taking careful note of An Bord Snip's cutbacks report.
The snip can be the best solution for those who are sure their families are complete.
To make a lens, the researchers snip two 6-centimeter-long rectangular slabs out of a record and place them one atop the other like a pair of jaws.