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Synonyms for flute

a high-pitched woodwind instrument

a tall narrow wineglass

a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove on the shaft of a column)

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form flutes in

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The study relating to possible errors from different pressures (see Table 4) shows the mean widths of the flutings of Fluter 1 and Fluter 2 are 40.
John Francome rode a waiting race, saving ground on the inside as Phil The Fluter, Canny Danny and Gaye Chance led the way.
INSURANCE chief executive officer Ruurd de Fluter of reinsurance giant Swiss Re and a group of his employees have temporarily traded in the office for the riverbank to help environment group Thames21 clear debris from the foreshore.
12 (480m): Tursdale Lucky, Lil Paddy, Dummy Fluter, Debidee Athena, Branton Olive (W), Athlacca Tara (W).
But this time he could manage only third behind Phil The Fluter.
Reserves: Barwise Zigzag (A), Chapelane Dream (B), Dummy Fluter (C), Feora Jennifer (D) (M), Kilkenny Villa (E), Knockalla Luck (F), Market Mover (G) (M), Miss Heywood (H), Russelstown Lady (I) (M), Strong File (J) (M), Take It Back (K) (M), Union Jack Bobby (L) (M).
Street, off Tithebarn Street, and pipers, fluters and dancers set to join the city centre parade.
In contrast, Clottes accepts the notion that prehistoric adults lifted young finger fluters at Rouffignac.
At the St Combs walk, some of the fluters go into the pub and have a dram, but everybody tends to turn a blind eye.