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a disease of pigs resulting in swelling of the snout

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It's my Scania, bull-nosed truck which I take to all shows all around Ireland, UK, Europe.
The second of George's pictures shows bus 127 in the wash bay at Harnall Lane depot, the bus itself was one of 40 'new-look' bull-nosed Daimlers, numbered 126-165, introduced between January and June 1952.
One such assignment, recently completed by Stone Age, was an outdoor staircase for a property in Bath, using 50mm stone with bull-nosed edges and a bush-hammered surface.
Products, including shoe, quarter-round, crown and chair rail mouldings, door casings and bull-nosed landing treads for staircases, are sold to wholesale dealers in the Southeast.
For instance, the rounded, bull-nosed doggedeness of the '40s and early '50s gives way to the angular Dan Dare shapes that were sharper than a razor.
Bull-nosed Morris two seaters and cute Austin Sevens wait impatiently as people alight from, or board the road-hogging tramcars.
Upholstery, glass or stone table tops (with a choice of step, bull-nosed, ogee, pencil or triple waterfall edges), table heights, and wood finishes (stain and design) can be customized.
Bull-nosed pavers for the stairs leading up to the double front doors and big stone pots of white, peach and salmon begonias and impatiens on the landings relaxed the appearance of the entrance and carried the color scheme right to the door.
Like the deck, the table's triangular top has an outer band of bull-nosed redwood; the top is covered with gray slate tiles.
Driving a bull-nosed Morris open-back vehicle, I left the depot, fully loaded with peaches, grapes and strawberries - all of the trays open to the fresh air.
Stan the Man was well known as the heart and soul of the team, its bull-nosed fund raiser and its most avid fan.