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  2. Snipe - Wikipedia

    Snipe. A snipe is any of about 26 wading bird species in three genera in the family Scolopacidae. They are characterized by a very long, slender bill, eyes placed high on the head, and cryptic / camouflaging plumage. The Gallinago snipes have a nearly worldwide distribution, the Lymnocryptes snipe is restricted to Asia and Europe and the ...

  3. Wesley Snipes - Wikipedia

    Wesley Trent Snipes (born July 31, 1962) is an American actor and martial artist. Snipes has made films in a variety of genres, such as numerous thrillers, dramatic feature films, and comedies, though he is best known for his action films. [2] He was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male for his work in The Waterdance (1992) and won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor ...

  4. Common snipe - Wikipedia

    The common snipe is the most widespread of several similar snipes. It most closely resembles the Wilson's snipe ( G. delicata) of North America, which was until recently considered to be a subspecies – G. g. delicata – of the common snipe.

  5. List of Wesley Snipes performances - Wikipedia

    List of Wesley Snipes performances. In September 2009. American actor, film producer, and martial artist Wesley Snipes started his acting career in the 1980s with a one episode appearance on the soap opera All My Children (1984). His first film roles were both in 1986 in Wildcats and Streets of Gold. He then appeared as Willie Mays Hayes in the ...

  6. Renaldo Snipes - Wikipedia

    Renaldo Snipes (born Reenaold Snipes on August 15, 1956) is a retired American professional boxer, best known for his world championship bout with Larry Holmes .

  7. Snipe hunt - Wikipedia

    The snipe hunt is a kind of fool's errand or wild-goose chase, meaning a fruitless errand or expedition, attested as early as the 1840s in the United States. [3] [4] It was the most common hazing ritual for boys in American summer camps during the early 20th century, and is a rite of passage [5] often associated with groups such as the Boy Scouts.

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