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Synonyms for blowhole

the spiracle of a cetacean located far back on the skull

a hole for the escape of gas or air

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Beautiful artwork complements the text, as the whale grows more into his place and as more people experience the blow hole the art work becomes busier and more colourful.
FIGURE 4 shows a cross section of the boards that produced the blow holes shown in the previous picture.
A small child could fit through its blow hole and through it arteries.
Slag inclusions, blow hole defects and eroded molding media and refractory material are all inclusions that can be minimized through the use of filters.
Mr Deaville said they found part of the rolled up dab fish protruding from the entrance of the dolphin's blow hole.
The St Albans' cliff technician showed exceptional courage and entered the cave through the blow hole.
They battled a five-foot swell as they tried to keep the whale's blow hole clear so it could breathe.
He emerges from the water several times in a spectacular display called breaching, before flapping his enormous tail and spraying water from his blow hole.
Blow Hole was easy to back ahead of his handicap debut, but showed enough in a rough race to suggest he can exploit his current mark before too long Results and analysis start page 56
Meanwhile the search for a holidaymaker washed into heavy seas after climbing down cliffs to look at a blow hole has been called off.
A hole at the tip of the nipple is used as a blow hole for the whistle.
came the response as she blew a raspberry through her blow hole.
And then Rush Limbaugh had the nerve to call an articulate, thoughtful law student a "slut" simply because she advocated for better access to birth control, which caused shock among those who were somehow unaware that Limbaugh is a misogynistic blow hole.
Blow Hole runs in his first handicap today at Kempton (2.