Snag (textiles), a fiber pulled from in normal pattern in a fabric Snag (ecology), a standing dead tree or a tree, or a branch of a tree, fixed in the bottom of navigable water, that may be a hazard to navigation. Snag, Yukon SnaG, the Seachtain na Gaeilge celebrations Society of North American Goldsmiths, founded in 1969 Snag, a sausage in Australian English Snagging or snag fishing Snag list, or punch list, prepared near the end of a construction project listing work not conforming to contract specifications that the contractor must complete Snagging, another word for shredding trees
The snag is that such a drug would also affect other areas of autonomic nerve control, such as tear and saliva production, eye muscles, digestive system, heart rate, bladder and bowel function.
The snag is that your credit card is going to be charged for a while -- but unlike some magazine subscriptions, it won't be forever.
The snag is that your credit card is going to be charged for a while -- but unlikesome magazine subscriptions, it won't be forever.
One day something my grandfather used to say occurred to me as I was tying on terminal tackle after another snag from a morning full of wading places i didn't want to disturb to free tackle and occassionally having to break one off.
Another potential snag is a newly enforced requirement that buildings have at least 10 percent of their annual budget in a reserve fund.