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Synonyms for dike

(slang) offensive term for a lesbian who is noticeably masculine

a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea

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enclose with a dike

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In the singles Dykes lost to Gallagher by two holes, Davies and Mills won and there were halves for Matthews, Gould and Rhys Enoch.
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Work to trace and explore the dyke back toward the Sudbury Igneous Complex to the east and to the west is currently underway, using geologic mapping, geophysics and diamond drilling.
Each of these cratons is crosscut by numerous mafic dykes swarms, the precise ages of which provide a "bar code" (Fig.
Poland stood in between Dykes and the children, blocking the aisle of the bus and allowing numerous students time to escape from the back emergency door, authorities said.
The refusal also stunned Dykes on Bikes' attorneys because the federal agency had previously approved trademarks using slang words for gays, such as Bravo's hit TV show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
A regular in the Welsh side for four years and member of the team which won the Home Internationals for the first time at Royal St David's in 2002, Dykes is hoping to turn professional in September.
The Ameralik dykes in the Godthabsfjord region are particularly useful for differentiating early Archean rocks and tectonic events from late Archean rocks and events.
We need to continue focusing on the Remick dyke and test it along its length as kimberlite dykes can be variable in grade along strike as suggested by numerous examples world-wide, including Ashton/SOQUEM's Lynx system.
Today, neighborhood dykes and tourist chicks dip, steam, and sunbathe from noon till midnight year-round.
Dykes to executive vice president, worldwide operations.
7 tonnes of kimberlitic material collected from one of four trenches excavated along the Lynx dyke system on the Foxtrot property in north-central Quebec by Ashton and its 50:50 joint venture partner, SOQUEM INC.