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Synonyms for snout

Synonyms for snout

the structure on the human face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract

Synonyms for snout

a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head

beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e


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It will be a milestone for other marginally educated rural women to follow the foot prints of FLEWs and FVMCs created by USAID and Engro jointly.
The FLEWS model is terrain specific and in addition to satellite based inputs, in-situ data on rainfall and river discharge at critical points is also required.
Flews Differ, supra note 3 ("Some Democratic aides warned against any broad authorization of force akin to the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which gave former President Johnson wide latitude in the Vietnam conflict.
The trials and tribulations of Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury have stopped being hot flews -- even this week's departure of M&S chief exec Peter Salsbury warranted barely a murmur.
The goal of Project FLEWS is to equip up to three Light EW Teams with an interim ESM capability, including detection, location and monitoring of enemy electronic emissions, a capability considered a "high priority," according to the ADF's project manager Major Kirk Batty.
There are commercial flews bits, editorials, links to buildings and management companies, some media, trade groups and other resources.
On the other side is The Advocate and its subscription to the '90s journalistic doctrine of publishing "all the flews that's fit to print.