snort


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Synonyms for snort

a small amount of liquor

Synonyms for snort

a disrespectful laugh

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a cry or noise made to express displeasure or contempt

indicate contempt by breathing noisily and forcefully through the nose

make a snorting sound by exhaling hard

inhale recreational drugs

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inhale through the nose

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INM pre-processes the sFlow packets and sends the formatted samples to the Snort intrusion detection engine.
According to the company, the products combine Endace's multi-core Snort acceleration platform, NinjaBox-Z, with the open source management toolset obtained through the company's recent acquisition of Applied Watch Technologies LLC.
The researchers found that obstructive apnea, in which a sleeper snores with abrupt snorts and pauses, and obstructive hypopnea, which causes heavy, long, loud snoring, decreased blood flow to the brain in 80 percent and 76 percent of incidents, respectively.
The new version of Snort is said to incorporate technologies developed for the Sourcefire 3D System and to offer increased accuracy and tuning for intrusion prevention implementations.
Whenever the high notes aren't feeling that high or in the morning you're groggy, you snort salt water up your nose.
Nancy Reagan's battle cry in her war on drugs was "Just say no" -- a simple phrase that carries the implicit message that once you say "yes" and take a snort of cocaine or a swig of whiskey, or taste any intoxicating substance, you risk falling into dangerous, uncontrolled drug use.