snout


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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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A study out of Washington State University sought to determine if there is a measurable impact of harvest method on the phenolic profile of 'Brown Snout' juice and cider to better inform equipment adoption.
The ministry posted on its Facebook profile on Saturday photos of a dog with its snout and front legs tightly wrapped in black duct tape.
Then it sends the smells to the dog's smell membrane deep inside its snout. This membrane is covered with up to 300 million receptors that receive smells.
Our wages are still worth less than before the 2008 financial collapse, yet snouts are back in the trough at this largely publicly owned bank.
"I was surprised to find that there were many features in the palate and snout that were completely different between shartegosuchids and extant crocodilians," Kathleen Dollman, the lead author of the study, said in a (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-06/uotw-itg061818.php) statement.
Experts used advanced X-ray and 3D imaging techniques at the University's Eeo-VIS X-Ray Imaging Centre to look inside the fossilised skull of Neovenator salerii - a large carnivorous land-based dinosaur found on the Isle of Wight - and found evidence that it possessed an extremely sensitive snout of a kind previously only associated with aquatic feeders.
Lightly draw two circles that will become the head and snout of the dragon.
First, upon sensing a threat, an embryo starts shaking and gaping its mouth to stretch its egg membrane in the spot in front of its snout. Next, a hole forms.
Robert Haughton, 72, hit the croc on the snout when it was less than 18 inches from him.
What is of vital importance here is the fact that in Polish such animal-specific verbs as, for example, zrec 'to eat', zdychac (95) 'to die' and such animal-specific nouns as ryj 'snout', pysk 'muzzle', pazury 'claws', to name but a few, are hardly ever emotionally and/or evaluatively tinted when employed with reference to animals, yet when targeted at humans, that is when they serve to encode the corresponding features, qualities or actions of human beings, they become emotionally and/or axiologically charged, as compared to the evaluative and/or emotional charge of those words that are used exclusively with reference to humans.
Section One is the 8.9-mile journey from Dufton to Cauldron Snout.
Welcoming Snorbit, Supernose, Astrosnort, Snotty Professor, Nosebot, Karate Konk, Snout Dracula, Snortel and Stripey.
The AutoFish system is controlled by complex machines and computers that measure every fish and insert a tiny coded wire tag, or CWT, into the snout (nose) of each fish.