swan neck

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swan neck

A descriptive term referring to a cylindrical structure with gentle, graceful curves likened to a swan’s neck.
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From the top: with swan-necked drag knife; with folding drag knife; with point and cutter for inscribing circles, and folding drag knife; with point and cutter for inscribing circles, and with fixed drag knife; and adjustable cutter for inscribing circles of different sizes.
Lead singer Inara George is the unlikely spawn of Little Feat front man Lowell George--born of nitty-gritty rock and roll and now a swan-necked chanteuse whose vocals continually float high up into the ether.
Imports unveils three Vecchia Romagna brandies, produced in traditional swan-necked copper stills at 40% ABV.
Agnelli left his mistress of four years to marry a swan-necked Princess whom he had already impregnated.
The 100-year-old estate, off Pershore Road, has cast iron street signs and old-style swan-necked lamps which residents said added to the historic character of the area.
Which creature has varieties called swan-necked and hawksbill?
ARCHING Agave attenuata Giant, graceful agave is my swan in a million 6 The swan-necked agave, Agave attenuata, is the sort of plant you don't see every day.