razorback


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Synonyms for razorback

a mongrel hog with a thin body and long legs and a ridged back

any of several baleen whales of the family Balaenopteridae having longitudinal grooves on the throat and a small pointed dorsal fin

having a sharp narrow back

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There is no question that Razorback has earned a prominent place in Pinoy Rock history and attained legendary status.
Christopher Arnold, all of Advanced Orthopaedic Specialists, roam the sidelines at Razorback games.
The materials-based acquisitions of Everist and Razorback collectively bring aggregates operations with more than 100m tons of permitted reserves in Colorado and Arkansas, in addition to a network of vertically integrated ready-mix concrete and asphalt plants in growing public and private end-markets in proximity to Summit's existing portfolio of materials-based assets.
Previously when the waterfall was not present in its current location, razorback sucker freely moved from Lake Powell into the San Juan River (Karp and Mueller, 2002).
Mr Marcus Flis, Royal's Managing Director, commented, 'The final resource update for the Razorback Ridge area concludes our resource definition work in support of the pFS.
Arkansas senior quarterback Tyler Wilson did not play in the second half against Louisiana-Monroe after suffering a head injury, and this week the Razorbacks will have to face the formidable defending national champions without him.
To make the new load more compatible with those ARs, Winchester gave the Razorback XT a nickel-plated case that ensures reliable functioning in adverse conditions with any weapon.
Keeping the ball primarily on the ground, the Razorbacks drove from their own 28 to the Nashoba 36.
However, while the main band continued on course, Razorback veered down the mountain to pursue another group of ewes on a different mountain a mile away.
Valued as food by Native Americans, early settlers, and miners, razorback suckers can live for over 40 years and grow to over 3 feet (0.
In lab tests, Flamarique and his colleagues confirmed that razorbacks have UV receptors.
By 2003, it is estimated that European sales of Razorback vans will reach around 10,000 a year, with all the panels and chassis being made in Coventry.
Razorback Vehicles, an Australian van builder, has reached an agreement with Mayflower of Coventry.
A week after the Razorback victory, the Times printed 17,000 copies of a four-page broadsheet featuring the front page, the front of the sports section, and color photographs.
Created by Razorback Developments, Tap and Teach: the Story of Noah's Ark is an interactive storybook designed to improve the reading skills of 3-6 year old children via a fully narrated read-along version of one of the most well-known stories of all time.