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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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Since its launch, a total of 614 hatches have been installed through the U.
Although these escape hatches are numerous, they're extremely narrow, making it difficult to explain how so many asteroid fragments end up pelting the inner planets.
Early last year, two researchers suggested that a subtle nongravitational effect, which is so tiny it had often been overlooked, helps usher toward these zones asteroids that originate far from the escape hatches.
Early-spring Blue-winged Olive (Baetis, BWO) and midge hatches are often intense and offer the best dry-fly fishing of the year.
Atlantis has five hatches and ``we want to make sure all of them are operable,'' shuttle program manager Tommy Holloway said.
for example, has an extensive inspection facility where mechanical components, ladders, walkways, caps, compartment linings, hatches and valves are examined and, if necessary, repaired.
But come May and June, when the giant salmonfly and golden stonefly hatches are in full bloom, dry-fly specialists from around the region are drawn like magnets to try their hands at the crimson, football-shaped trout so famous that the mascot of Wasco County High School here is the Redsides.
If you don't, the hatches aren't locked shut and they will leak.