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Synonyms for hatch

the production of young from an egg

shading consisting of multiple crossing lines

a movable barrier covering a hatchway

emerge from the eggs

inlay with narrow strips or lines of a different substance such as gold or silver, for the purpose of decorating

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draw, cut, or engrave lines, usually parallel, on metal, wood, or paper

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She also knew that the eggs of this species of blowfly take about 22 hours to hatch in hot summer temperatures.
The Hatch iStartSmart Computer Learning System is an award-winning system specifically designed for preschool students with more than 500 interactive activities that develop proficiency in 18 skill areas that early childhood research shows will lead to kindergarten readiness.
We're thrilled that a well-respected investor like True Ventures is excited about what we're doing, and wants to help us transform the future of infant care," said Hatch Baby CEO and co-founder Ann Crady Weiss.
Hatch's trial began on Thursday with his lawyer arguing that Hatch was not a willful tax evader who fraudulently used charitable funds but rather the "world's worst bookkeeper," the Associated Press reported.
Hatch will perform without either of his daughters when he takes the stage Friday at the Alex Theatre for the symphony's Christmas Celebration Gala.
But when Hatch embraced embryonic stem cell experimentation -- which cannibalizes living human embryos for medical research -- it outraged his social conservative constituency in Utah.
Hatch believes the FDA has plenty of authority to police the supplement industry.
Ward smiled at Hatch sideways, then recalled himself.
Longtime motion picture and television studio projectionist James ``Rod'' Hatch died after a lengthy illness June 25 at his home in Burbank.
A native of Arizona, Hatch did research for Birds Eye Foods, then moved to Eugene in 1960 to become an agent with the Oregon State University/Lane County Extension Service.
Our engineering and consulting practice is extremely strong across Canada and this transition will allow us to foster even closer connections with our colleagues within Hatch across the globe, particularly with our global infrastructure business," says Schatz.
We monitored >200 clutches but were only able to assign egg laying and nestling hatch order to 31 broods because most eggs hatched during the night.
Your tank is considered not mission capable if the hatches or hatch locks don't work.
Any hatch that is less than 70% is considered poor, and we have had up to six consecutive hatches that were right at 90%.
Like Lehmkuhl and Arndt, Hatch made no secret of his homosexuality on the show; he later credited it with helping him win the game.