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sneaks

n. sneakers. She wore red sneaks and a mini.
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One such item is a new pair of Nintendo-themed Nike Jordan IVs from a company called Freak Sneaks, which specializes in creating custom shoes.
Other popular methods include bathroom viewings, gym time sneaks and driving their children's carpool.
Disguised as a boy, Hannah sneaks out of the Gage's household to ride Promise through Boston Common when she can, even when the British troops are camping there.
BUSTED: Kate catches up on her life, with the Daily Mirror, and Russell sneaks out
QB sneaks are common in this situation, especially if the ball is butted up against the goal line.
Separate research suggests that a worm called the root-knot nematode sneaks past plants' defenses by disguising itself as a friend and that some bacteria inject one of a group of proteins that co-opt a cell's actions.
Exhibs contend some distribs are overdoing sneaks as a tactic to achieve share of the B.
Wanting to avoid all the celebratory hullabaloo, he sneaks into town incognito only to meet the girl of his dreams, a photographer who immediately leaps to the conclusion that he's a layabout.
While California Republicans are social Neanderthals, California Democrats are the party of sneaks, who've clearly lost their way under Chief Sneak Gray Davis.
In addition, Missy will prepare a delicious dinner for the family while mom sneaks out of the kitchen to enjoy a relaxing spa treatment.
Sherman sneaks over later that night to comfort her as Margaret sleeps on the front porch.
Biologists have found dozens of bird species that catch interloper eggs from different species, but only a few--some ostriches, weaverbirds, moorhens, and now coots--with defenses against sneaks of their own species.
What: Robert Young Pelton sneaks into Afghanistan during the war on terrorism and comes across John Walker Lindh.