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the structure on the human face that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract

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a long projecting or anterior elongation of an animal's head

beaklike projection of the anterior part of the head of certain insects such as e

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Snout of order BAILED-out RBS shelling out PS335million in bonuses is an insult to all of Britain's taxpaying hard grafters.
This new extinct species, called Inermorostrum xenops, "possesses adaptations for suction feeding: toothlessness and a shortened rostrum," the study says, referring to its snout. It may have also had "enlarged lips" and whiskers to get the job done.
Caption: A shark's snout contains tiny pores, known as ampullae of Lorenzini, that can sense weak electric fields from prey.
Rubbing their snouts like Andre is doing is said to overload that sensory system.
Any vote for the old gang parties next month is a vote to put yet another snout in a more lucrative European trough.
These things are kept very hush-hush for various reasons, and often a detective's performance is determined by his collection of 'snouts'.
Some people collect sawfish snouts as trophies: One snout recently sold for nearly $1,600 on eBay.
However, with their long, strong snouts, hogs dug holes deep enough to allow their escape under fences.
Rudy the pig even ended up in Hollywood after he was born with two snouts.
To begin the breeding process, dog breeders mate dogs with desired traits, like short snouts. The selected parents each pass down half of their genes (units of hereditary material) to their offspring.
On Friday I received a letter from the Government which said we must scrap our Ward Advisory Boards and bring in centralised 'snouts in the trough' decision-making.
A FOODSTORE that sells turkey's feet and cow's snouts has been fined tm4,000 for breaches of the food hygiene regulations.
They begin to grow curly tails, snouts, and pigs' ears!
Paddlefish are born without the distinctive spatula-shaped snouts and are toothy carnivores when young.
In the sculpted bodies that make up his body of work, you find all manner of teratology - you'll see snouts, snoots, tubes, bumps, stumps, and growths; concavities where noses should be, flat spaces where faces should be.