Q: What is snoz in numbers?

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In HeartGold and SoulSilver you can register all the phone numbers!

All of them have phone numbers, but there are certain ways to get them. I would try looking up "how to get all gym leader's phone numbers in heartgold" on google

you need to have all numbers of one of your pokemon's id numbers. (Grand prize: Master Ball)

hexadecimal numbers are the a positional numeral system with a radix, or base, of 16.16 distinct symbols are used in the hexadecimal numbers.

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"Snoz" is a made-up term in "riddel transfer" and does not have a specific meaning. It is likely used as part of a puzzle or challenge within the game.

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If you mean 'The Blackout', the members are Sean Smith (vocals), Gavin Butler (vocals), James 'Bob' Davies (guitar), Matthew Davies (guitar), Rhys Lewis (bass), and Gareth 'Snoz' Lawrence (drums).

If you talk about the Welsh band The Blackout (short TBO) there are two lead singers. Their names are Sean Smith and Gavin Butler. The other members are Rhys Lewis (bass), Gareth (Snoz) Lawrence (drums), Matthew (Matt) and James (Bob) Davis (both lead guitar).

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