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snapper

1. slang A tooth. Used exclusively in plural constructions. You've got to brush twice a day if you want to keep those snappers clean and strong!
2. slang A photographer, especially one who takes photographs professionally. The celebrity was surrounded by snappers as she emerged from the courthouse after the trial. I used to work as a snapper as a side gig to help pay my bills.
3. vulgar slang A vagina.

snapper

n. a strange person. Willy is sort of a snapper, but he’s a nice guy.

snappers

n. the teeth. (Folksy.) I couldn’t talk to you on the phone till I got my snappers in.
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Following feedback from Recfishwest and the commercial fishing industry, the season will now close each year from September 1 and until January 31, and the closure area will also be expanded to protect migration pathways pink snapper use on their way into the Sounds.
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3.1.0 (R Core Team, 2014; Crawley, 2007; Kabacoff, 2011) to test the effect of red snapper fishing seasons, open versus closed, on effort (distance from port, depth, number of fishermen, number of sites fished per trip, time fished per site, and percentage of natural reefs fished), catch (number of species, fishes, and red snapper caught and percentage of the catch that was red snapper), and discard (number of discards for all fishes and red snapper only) variables.
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O.K., so you now have a snapper who can shoot it back with good velocity.
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Auburn University fisheries professor Stephen Szedlmayer recently conducted a study of the diets of red snapper and grey triggerfish taken from artificial reefs and concluded that "artificial reefs are productive environments" for both species.
The alligator snapper is the biggest freshwater turtle in North America.
Both sexes show a large, modified snapper claw on one (left or right) side, claw length reaching nearly half the body length, and a small pincer claw on the other side.
Thirteen species are affected, most notably the red snapper, the most popular commercial and recreational variety.
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The red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus, one of the most highly prized finfish by recreational fishermen and highly valued by commercial fishermen, has been significantly overfished in U.S.