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Synonyms for razorback

a mongrel hog with a thin body and long legs and a ridged back

any of several baleen whales of the family Balaenopteridae having longitudinal grooves on the throat and a small pointed dorsal fin

having a sharp narrow back


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a fitness center, a special Razorbacks game room and heated outdoor pool are among the amenities available.
Elson had been the longtime announcer for the Arkansas Travelers and had been a fill-in announcer for Razorbacks baseball since 2011.
He selected the Razorbacks over scholarship offers from several schools, counting Auburn and Alabama.
Keeping the ball primarily on the ground, the Razorbacks drove from their own 28 to the Nashoba 36.
Since the early 1980s, nearly 1 million bonytail and 12 million small razorback suckers have been stocked into the river.
The Razorbacks remind USC of a Pacific-10 Conference team it faced three times this season.
Flamarique and a colleague anesthetized seven razorbacks, moved their eyeballs to the rolled position, and dipped them in the Colorado River.
We learned that razorbacks live on the bottom of the river where they eat zooplankton, bugs, and river bottom ooze off the rocks and mud.
I wanted nothing more than to lead cheers for my Razorbacks in front of 50,000 fans, but I'd never tried out.
Reynolds Razorback Stadium, football fans can enjoy stronger connections as they share the moment with friends and family.
The bronze Razorbacks monument will consist of six Razorbacks accented by custom lighting and water features.
Just ask Matt Marcil, 21, three years out of high school, now playing for the Leominster Razorbacks of the New England Football League this summer.
And while USC's defense worried about stopping the run, the Razorbacks came out throwing effectively.
Those razorbacks that do spawn in the wild are disadvantaged by carp and other non-native fishes that eat the eggs.