Actually when using a custom LocalizationManager you do not break the built in Telerik resources, you only extend them. In other words you will have to write only the localization strings that you want to add or override. You can find a sample project demonstrating this.
Having in mind the purposes for using a .snik file I don't think that we can provide it.
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