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shnoz

slang A nose. Originally from Yiddish. I think I broke my schnoz when I fell off my bike. Wow, would you look at the size of that guy's schnoz?
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I remember complaining I remember complaining about my affliction to my about my affliction to my friend Jade who exclaimed she friend Jade who exclaimed she had the solution to my cold had the solution to my cold schnoz problems.
A sinus-clearing product like Vicks VapoRub under your nose will unclog your schnoz before bed.
Lead author Scott Sampson of the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, said that the jumbo-sized schnoz of Nasutoceratops most likely had nothing to do with a heightened sense of smell, asserting that the function of the bizarre feature remained uncertain.
For a start, in the days of long summers and simple things there were no drones poking a cold schnoz into your business from above, piloted remotely by 130 groups at the last count, banking was considered a tame profession and you always knew, roughly, what was in your burger.
I'm not really planning on having surgery, but when a digital image of your face is blown up on a monitor and a doctor starts examining the contours of your schnoz, it's difficult not to feel self-conscious.
Schnoz has made a video, directed by an Orthodox guy and starring a Jewish version of Blink 182 called The Groggers, in which a pre-nose job Jewish boy (kippah and all!) can't get the girl (blonde and implicitly shikse, naturally) because his nose is too big, a "Jewcan Sam" in fact.
And I must admit she had a point as, upon closer inspection, the Olympic javelin champion's schnoz did seem to have some pretty thick, wiry black hairs poking out of it - almost like cockroach legs.
Its distinctive schnoz, in fact, sets it apart not only from its soil-tunneling kin, but from all other mammals: No other possesses this nasal "star," considered by some to be the world's most sensitive touch organ.
Taylor astutely draws on an exchange in EBB's letters concerning gardening, gendered spheres of activity and Voltaire's dictum cuhiver notre jardin to show how "Hector in the Garden" anticipates Aurora Leigh in whittling "Homer's hero down to size," by portraying the martial hero with a floral "schnoz," and sword of "flashing lilies" that is raked, spaded, and pruned by a "nine-year-old" girl (p.
The 22-year-old - known as Schnoz - was the eighth serviceman to be killed in the country this year.
"Schnoz", who has been a fugitive for the past five years.
Given the Newsweek cover--"Saint or Sinner?"--the "bombshell" David Watkins memo portraying Hillary Rodham Clinton as Medusa, the President's threat to pop William Safire in the schnoz, the grand-jury testimony, and the apoplexy about all this by our favorite pundits, I have to deal with the latest episode in one of the Republicans'--and hence the media's--favorite parlor games: pin the crime on the First Lady.