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As of Thursday evening, there were hundreds of ships carrying commodities and consumer goods lined up behind the snarl.
In the next decade, societies will be forced to either confront this snarl of challenges, or be overwhelmed by them.
“He hath told us already, Princess,” said the other, his harsh accents sounding more like the snarl of a wolf than a human voice.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
With a vicious snarl, the dog lifted his great body into the air and plunged toward the Comet.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Now I don't want to snarl at the Cause—whatever it may be—but it isn't all beef-bones and country walks by any means.
The snarl was caused by pain, and the snap following removed the dangerous weapon from unsafe hands.
MINNIE'S PET DOGMADELINE LESLIE
Her face had tied itself into a snarl of knots, from which the kindly eyes looked angrily.
The left side of the Red Fox's face twitched into the faintest shadow of a snarl, but, shaking his head, he kept still.
The old man wheeled, the wolf's snarl came, but the big rifle was too slow—Hale's pistol had flashed in his face.
At my hail he whirled around with a snarl, but I grabbed him by the throat and backed him violently against the park wall.
IN SEARCH OF THE UNKNOWNROBERT W. CHAMBERS

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