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blowhole

the anterior nares of whales and dolphins.
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This is evidenced by the fact that, in some cases, the same lot of PCBs form blow holes in the lead-free process, but perform to expectation in the tin-lead process.
Another type of defect often detected in gray iron castings is the slag blow hole.
In our enthusiasm to get close to these furry bundles we must have seemed like large orange monsters - chasing after little white seals that were trying to get away, all the while crying for mother, and mother watching anxiously from a blow hole.
Meanwhile the search for a holidaymaker washed into heavy seas after climbing down cliffs to look at a blow hole has been called off.
And a 24-year-old man, from Derby, vanished at Trevone beach near Padstow, Cornwall, on Hogmanay when he was hit by a wave after climbing into a blow hole on a cliff top.
That you're on a potential blow hole above a seething sea of magma, from which, should it decide to have a mind to that day, a great burst of the earth's molten core might explode - kaboom
These newly trained lifeguards - assisted by three swimmers including Pacoima resident Lloyd Watson - guided the whale to the shore, making sure to keep her blow hole free of water, Viren said.
A MAN, 24, from Derby, was swept to his death as he climbed down cliffs near Padstow, Cornwall, to look at a blow hole on Sunday.
He said: "The best thing people can do is keep others away to avoid causing distress and, if they can, keep the animal moist without pouring water into the blow hole.
A TOURIST, 24, of Derby, was swept to his death as he climbed down cliffs near Padstow, Cornwall, to look at a blow hole on Sunday.
Set free at the end of the first film, the friendliest killer whale in the world finds himself up to his blow hole in an oil slick.