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Synonyms for tuft

Synonyms for tuft

a bunch of hair or feathers or growing grass

a bunch of feathers or hair

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In addition to leading Tuft and Needle, in their expanded roles they will help drive the continued transformation of SSB into an omni-channel, consumer-centric company.
Caption: Above: DIANE TUFT, Reaching Out, De Quervain Havn, Greenland, 2016, Color pigment print, 40 x 60 inches
Will Masters, PhD, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University
Western tufted deer are coloured like their parents but have a row of spots on each side of their back.
Tuft wrote a story about the dispute in 1988 and went to Anderson's house, where she says he waved a revolver at her, flashed a badge saying he was a sheriff's deputy (working undercover), and sweated profusely.
Tufted Ducks and Pochards spend much of the daylight hours floating around in mixed flocks fast asleep.
Tufts University Medical School there existed a dispute over the right of an academic institution to require the evaluation of student performance using a certain type of instrument (multiple choice tests) v.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 22, 2018-Serta Simmons Bedding to Acquire Mattress Startup Tuft and Needle
Tufts Health Plan has launched MyRewards, a program that provides financial incentives to members who choose more cost-efficient providers for their care and services, such as imaging and surgical procedures.
Tufts Health Plan is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1979, nationally recognized for its commitment to providing innovative, high-quality health care coverage.
Securities and Exchange Commission, assigned a 'BBB' IDR to Tufts Medical Center (Tufts MC) and affirmed the 'BBB' revenue bond rating on the following bonds issued on behalf of Tufts MC.
M2 PHARMA-June 27, 2018-Challenges Impacting Trial Timelines Discussed by Tufts Analysis Group
According to a recent Tufts Now article, engineers at Tufts University School of Engineering are making it easier with a new sensor that gets mounted directly on a tooth.
The average cost to develop and gain marketing approval for a new drug is now estimated to be $2.6 billion, according to recent analysis by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development of the Journal of Health Economics.