That said, my big avoid in Durban is the Sun Coast Casino complex (at the end of snell Parade).
"I've got a supply of coffin-nails," said snell, as he produced several packages of cigarettes.
With a gasp, snell plunged through the crowd and took to his heels.
Then I saw snell hunching down on a bench, a nerveless and shaken man if there ever was one.
snell, on finding Frank and his friends were in Boston, had played the spy on the party.
Mr. snell has created a wide audience among the younger readers of America.
Then he hunted up snell, and it was not hard to induce Wat to accompany him.
Dr. snell bowed a lofty assent; for, to receive a hint from a layman was to confer a favor on him.
Oh, I can read you, snell—I know the workings of your evil mind!
At this, thinking he was not in danger of immediate personal violence, snell became suddenly bold.
Old English snel "quick, active," cognate with Old Saxon, Dutch, Old High German snel, German schnell "swift, quick," Old Danish snel "swift, fleet," Old Norse snjallr "eloquent, able, bold." It survived as a surname and in Scottish and northern English; used by Burns and Scott. Italian snello is from Germanic.
Snell (sněl), George. Born 1903.
American geneticist. He shared a 1980 Nobel Prize for discoveries concerning cell structure that enhanced understanding of the immunological system, resulting in higher success rates in organ transplantation.