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Definition funny of Snader:
An ogre-like male often known for his penchant for threatening his employees in a chin-like manner, this person is never far from an awful smell and frequently possesses horrible typing skills.
(Eyes rolled back, gasping for air, staggering) "Man, he just snadered me so bad I can't see straight!" "Dude! Where's your arm?" "That jerk just snadered it, I think it's being used to pummel some heckman"
Books about Snader:
Effective TCP/IP Programming: 44 Tips to Improve Your Network Programs by Snader, Jon C. (2000) Paperback by Jon C. Snader (1111)
Shukuru by Snaders, Pharoah (May 4, 1993) (1000)
A branch of the Snaders: Descendants of Daniel H. Snader (1866-1899) and Mary Rissler (1868-1939) by Raymond Snader (1999)
Movies about Snader:
The Snader Telescriptions: The Vocalists 2004 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: June Christy, Mel Torm, Sarah Vaughan, et al.
Dixieland Jazz: The Snader Telescriptions, Vol. 1 - The Bobcats & Jack Teagarden 2004 - Runtime: 58 mins Starring: Jack Teagarden, Bob Haggart, et al.
The Big Bands, Vol. 2: The Snader Telescriptions 2004 NR - Runtime: 47 mins Starring: Les Brown, Ralph Flanagan, Tony Pastor, et al.
The Snader Telescriptions: Dixieland Jazz, Vol. 2 2005 NR - Runtime: 54 mins
Nat "King" Cole: The Snader Telescriptions 2004 NR - Runtime: 52 mins Starring: Nat "King" Cole
The Big Bands: The Snader Telescriptions Vol. 1: Duke Ellington 1952 and Lionel Hampton 1950-1951 2004 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 3 mins Starring: Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton
Snader Telescriptions Dixieland Jazz Vol. 2 VHS -
Wiki information Snader:
Snader Telescriptions, produced for television in 1951 and 1952, were film versions of popular and classical music performances. Singers, dancers, orchestras, and novelty acts appeared in the Snader musicals. They were produced by Louis D. Snader, a...