Grab may refer to:
- Grab (tool), a mechanical device
- Grab (software), a screenshot application
- Grabs (skateboarding)
- Hermann Grab (1903–1949), Bohemian writer of German language
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Other articles related to "grab":
... Grab is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Czermin, within Pleszew County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, in west-central Poland ...
... or rotation, the boneless, which is a fast-plant with a grab and the no-comply, which is a front-footed fast plant ... Stiffy Any grab where both the legs are boned-out (straightened as much as possible) ... Typically performed as a variation of a mute or frontside grab ...
... Special button pressed alone produces a grab move which, unlike other fighting games, varies depending on the opponent ... has an array of martial arts moves, a grab move and also a mystical move, which varies from firing a projectile to invisibility to teleportation ... Examples include Thalia's tickle grab, Lucina's mystic move which has her lowering her bikini top and shooting a laser beam from her breasts, Zaria's grab which has her turning her opponent around then pushing ...
... for scrap metal, then an orange-peel grab may be used instead of a shell ... They are better able to grab at an uneven load, rather than just scooping at small pieces ... If the load is made of long thin pieces, a grab may also be able to carry far more than a single "grabful" at one time ...
... A smash and grab raid or smash and grab attack (or simply a smash and grab) is a particular form of burglary ... The distinctive characteristic of a smash and grab, that distinguishes it from other forms of burglary, is its elements of speed and surprise ... A smash and grab involves smashing a barrier, usually a display window in a shop or a showcase, grabbing valuables, and then making a quick getaway, without concern for setting ...
Famous quotes containing the word grab:
“Now you grab me by the ankles.
Now you work your way up the legs
and come to pierce me at my hunger mark.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Why grab possessions like thieves, or divide them like socialists when you can ignore them like wise men?”
—Natalie Clifford Barney (18761972)
“Our chaotic economic situation has convinced so many of our young people that there is no room for them. They become uncertain and restless and morbid; they grab at false promises, embrace false gods and judge things by treacherous values. Their insecurity makes them believe that tomorrow doesnt matter and the ineffectualness of their lives makes them deny the ideals which we of an older generation acknowledged.”
—Hortense Odlum (1892?)