A sniggle is a type of fish hook used for catching eels, using the method of sniggling.
Licence to use
A licence to use or LTU is a licence to use an intellectual property such as a patent or trademark. This is distinct from other types of licence such as a licence to manufacture or copy the invention or design. It is the sort of licence commonly issued
The March of the 45
The March of the 45 was a poetic radio play about the Jacobite Rising of 1745. It was created by D. G. Bridson and broadcast by the BBC in 1936. It was the first production in the verse play format especially produced for the radio, being followed by The
Biblical money management
Biblical money managagement is the use of Biblical scripture to provide advice, guidance and principles for money management
Enantiosis, synoeciosis or discordia concors is a rhetorical device in which opposites are juxtaposed so that the contrast between them is striking. Examples include the famous maxim of Augustus, festina lente, and the following passage from Paul's second
Meritas (cloth)
Meritas was a brand of oilcloth first produced in 1869 by A.F.Buchanan and Sons at Montrose, New York. The company was taken over by the Standard Oil Cloth Company which then became part of the Standard Textile Products Company. The range of cloths
3 Kings (jazz trio)
The 3 Kings was a jazz trio, known as the Three Blind Mice, as they wore dark glasses. They were formed at Hot Springs High School by Bill Clinton on tenor saxophone, Randy Goodrum on piano and Joe Newman alternating with Mike Hardgraves on drums. They
Compagnie della Calza
The Compagnie della Calza were theatrical associations in Venice in the 15th and 16th centuries. The members wore distinctive hosiery which gave them their name and met to arrange entertainments such as feasts and games
Picnic game
A picnic game is a game played at an outdoor meal or picnic
Biological economics
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Inzer (surname)
Inzer is a surname. People with that surname include:Drew Inzer, American football offensive lineman James C. Inzer (1887–1967), 16th Lieutenant Governor of Alabama William H. Inzer (1906–1978), Justice of the Supreme Court of