Synonyms for snuck or Related words with snuck
Examples of "snuck"
Released in 2002, "Love
Up" was a compilation of the Millers' Hightone recordings.
Gordo's wife and a master of infiltration,
aboard King Neo-Descal's ship in order to get to the present.
A young people's show on RTÉ Two called "Ice" had
a Teddy Bear into the set which was spotted on camera during a performance on the show.
"Once there was a fever that the world called AIDS. It
into our village softly and everyone who got it died like falling leaves.""
We didn't know they were final performances. Dave wanted to do a solo album and we were due to get back together after that. Much to his chagrin his solo album took longer than expected and he kept writing songs that sounded like Triffids songs. Domesticity
up on most of us, poor health
up on Dave, a planned '94 reunion tour was put on hold, and the Triffids faded into the mist. – Graham Lee
During Túrin's time with the Outlaws, Mîm and sons were seen as they
past the outlaws carrying heavy sacks. Mîm was captured, and arrows were shot at his sons Ibûn and Khîm.
In December 2002, the television program "America's Most Wanted" featured Amer, stating that he was an airline pilot who may have "
back into the U.S" to work with al-Qaeda sleeper cells.
Austin was eliminated by Bret Hart, but
back in the ring while officials were distracted by a brawl between Terry Funk and Mankind on the other side of the ring.
Despite the National Football League removing press credentials for Barstool Sports, PFT
in to "Opening Night" for Super Bowl LI in Houston and was able to ask questions to players and coaches.
Todd's electronic access card to City Hall was revoked in 1997 when he
into the Council chamber and wrapped the Mayor's chair with leftover "Free Kingwood" banners from an anti-annexation rally for that locality.
Hickman adds, "We kind of
in the back door by being a band that had something to say and were lucky enough to write a catchy three-minute song."
On an episode of The Rich Eisen Show Irvin admitted to having
out of the locker room during the halftime of Super Bowl XXVII to watch Michael Jackson perform the halftime show.
Ian provided the voice of a human who
in Dethklok's trunk while they were hammered in the Season III: The Dead Man pilot episode of "Metalocalypse", as well as providing guest voices in "Tributeklok" on Adult Swim.
In Young's only season in Winnipeg in 1983–84, he appeared in only 44 games, earning 34 points, as the Jets
into the playoffs. Young appeared in only one playoff game, earning an assist.
"It was a shock for everyone in the production as well. They kept it so quiet. They eliminated the name “James” from every single script. Nobody knew he was coming back except Doug Marland and Bob Calhoun, our executive producer at the time. I was told the day before. The crew didn’t know. Obviously wardrobe did because they had to put him in the monk’s robe. They
him into the building, they
him on set, and it wasn’t until “Hello Barbara” that anyone knew James and Anthony [Herrera] were back. It was cool."
Topper's 1963 film "War Is Hell" (which he wrote, produced, directed and played a small role as an army lieutenant) was playing at the Texas Theatre in Dallas on November 22, 1963. Lee Harvey Oswald
into the theatre and viewed it briefly before being arrested.
Julie is seventeen years old by the time of the season seven episode "Mr. Monk Is Underwater". Trying to become an actress during the season eight episode "Mr. Monk and the Critic", Julie's beautiful voice is the key to proving that theater critic John Hannigan
out and killed his girlfriend Callie Esterhaus during a theater performance.
On March 25, 2009, Detail and Christopher Walker were robbed by five armed men who were collecting on a debt that Detail supposedly owed to Suge Knight. Detail was asleep during the robbery, however Walker claims the men
into Detail's room and stole $170,000 worth of jewelry, a 130-pound safe, stereo equipment and the keys to a Mercedes.
During some seasons, the Globetrotters needed to play every night just to make ends meet, because the team often netted less than $50 a night. Accommodations on the road were sparse and hotels often wouldn’t allow blacks. On one occasion, when the players couldn’t find a hotel in Des Moines, Iowa, they
up the fire escape and slept in Saperstein’s room.
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