• An instantaneous photograph made, usually with a hand camera, without formal posing of, and often without the foreknowledge of, the subject. • A quick offhand shot, made without deliberately taking aim over the sights. • Act of taking a snapshot (in sense 2).
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High angle off Attack or passing gun shot. Attacker's turn rate does not equal defender's LOS rate, whether intentional or unintentional.
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A snap shot is an abbreviated Wrist shot in ice hockey. The purpose of the snap shot is to combine the main advantages of the wrist shot (shot accuracy and quick delivery) and slap shot (puck speed). The snap shot is accomplished with a quick snap of the wrists while the puck rests in place. The difference between a snap shot a
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A slap shot is a like an abbreviated slap shot. The purpose of the snap shot is to combine the main
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Snap Shot is an upcoming American independent action-thriller film directed and produced by Frankie Latina, written by Gilbert Trejo, and starring Danny Trejo, Cade Carradine and Mark Borchardt. The film revolves around a photographer (Carradine) who is trapped in a chilling situation when his camera is found to contain disturbing im
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