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duckbill

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Sims Duckbill Speculum, Double Ended Large 33mm X 38mm, 184mm Is 5849
the head, with a new, thicker duckbill, went underground.
She got up and went over to the mirror to find her duckbill was gone -- but now she had two super-long teeth instead.
Another anti-static valved holding chamber that has a duckbill valve also operates with a baffle system.
The exclusive line from emerging and established Japanese designers reflects a quirky interpretation of things used everyday, such as a soy sauce container shaped like a duckbill.
The peaceful, plant-eating duckbill dinosaurs live across the river from the ferocious, meat-eating T-Rexes.
danderough (rhymes with hiccough) blowing one's top, a layer of dead scalp duckbill platitudes aphorisms at first thought to be hoaxes
W (2001): "Numerical experiments on the mixing of a duckbill valve jet", 3rd International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, December 5-8, Arizona, USA.
The 'cracowes" of mediaeval time, with their long tapering points, eventually became so long and tapering as to make walking impossible, and their successors, the duckbill shoes of the 16th and 17th centuries, were so wide and flat that they too created severe problems.
A duckbill platypus from space that lives in my closet - and who can talk and transport himself anywhere (that was seriously my invisible buddy when I was little)
The Kimberly-Clark Duckbill Facemask design provides a large breathing chamber, which holds the mask away from the face for enhanced breathability and comfort.
Maiasaura: A plant-eating duckbill dinosaur, whose name means "good mother lizard";