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Synonyms for canine

one of the four pointed conical teeth (two in each jaw) located between the incisors and the premolars

any of various fissiped mammals with nonretractile claws and typically long muzzles

of or relating to a pointed conical tooth


of or relating to or characteristic of members of the family Canidae

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John Dodson, Larry Alt, Pete Forcelli, James Casa and Carlos Canino are a courageous group of special agents within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) who disclosed to Congress facts regarding the corrupt "Fast and Furious" firearms scandal.
Other new officers include Carlos Canino, first vice president; Yanick Landess, second vice president; Jeffrey B.
A particularly intriguing photograph shows the three faces of Alcina, as an attractive young maiden, threatening old hag, and fearsome skull, carved onto a rotating head, originally used in the Canino puppet theater and now housed at the Museo Internazionale delle Marionette Antonio Pasqualino (151).
Starbucks has become a virtual icon of modern American culture, appealing to an incredibly diverse customer base," Robert Canino, a commission lawyer in Dallas, said in a statement.
We wanted to create an intimate atmosphere for purchasers to see planes, without the noise of a show," said Bill Canino of SportairUSA.
Speaking on this occasion, president of the European Union's economic cooperation council, Andrea Canino, said that before launching any infrastructure project, the country's authorities must engage in a dialogue with the operators concerned to examine the usefulness of the project and its impact in the short and long term.
Andrea Canino, president of Conseil de Cooperation Economique, France agreed: "Rather than focus on the challenges and the failures, we need to showcase flagship projects which have been successful.
2007; Stachowiak & Jeanne, 2007; Ziegler & Andreas, 2007; MacDonald & Canino, 2007), and painless injection bionic needles using the drag reduction mechanism (WANG et al.
4- Turkish State Minister & Chief Negotiator Egemen Bagis will receive Mediterranean Business Council-EcoMed's President Andrea Canino in Ankara.
The cooks in Canino, Italy, used 100 kilos of asparagus in the recipe and seven litres of olive oil to fry the 6ft-wide creation in a giant pan.
A well-established back-translation method (Bravo, Wood bury-Farina, Canino, & Rubio-Stipec, 1993; Brislin, 1980) was used.
The first famous elderly mum was Rosanna della Corte from Canino, Italy, who was 64 when she gave birth to a son in 1994.
Desafortunadamente, las conductas agresivas no solo muestran una alta estabilidad a lo largo del tiempo sino que tambien predicen serios problemas de adaptacion social durante la adultez (Ackerman, Brown e Izar, 2003; Lahey, Miller, Schwab-Stone, Goodman, Waldman y Canino, 2000).
Rema Lapouse 2009 Award for Excellence in Psychiatric Epidemiology: Glorisa Canino, PhD Carl Taube Award: Donald Steinwachs, PhD Steven Bank Award for Mentoring: Joseph P.
All instruments had appropriately developed Spanish versions (Chavez & Canino, 2005).