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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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For instance, Politico reported last year that Hatch -- who had not yet decided whether he would run for another term -- was holding a "Fly Fishing and Outdoor Adventure Weekend" on Aug.
President Donald Trump has publicly encouraged Hatch to run for an eighth term.
The nations fate depends on previously upstanding public servants such as Hatch insisting on some semblance of decency.
based pneumatic hatch program, including 115 hatches by 26 of LafargeHolcim's customers.
Special introductory offers on the new Hatch Chile Chicken Quesadilla and Taco are available through social media.
Hatch said she thinks putting a photograph on her card makes her seem more professional, and more honest.
Built at Oxford, the new Mini Hatch has benefited from a PS750 million investment across three of BMW Group's UK manufacturing facilities.
Prediction 2: When reared under a 12:12-h fluctuating temperature cycle, eggs within individual egg pods will tend to hatch in unison.
This was done 1-2 days after the beginning of the hatch cycle to ensure sufficient larvae were available for the containers and morphometric measurements.
Prior to installation of the hatch protector, conduct a visual inspection to verify the conditions of the unit and hinges.
For the purpose of analysis, the day was divided into 3-egg hatch periods: a morning period (6 AM to 12 noon), an afternoon period (12 to 6 PM), and a night period (6 PM to 6 AM).
2 : to break open and give forth young <The eggs will soon hatch.
A recent study showed that baby crocodiles still in their shells call out to each other and their mother to say that it's time to hatch.
LIAM HATCH scored twice as Darlington extended their unbeaten run to six games with an easy win over Dagenham.
High incubator temperatures will cause chicks to hatch with splayed legs, and usually before the normal 21 days.