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flews

(flo͞oz)
pl.n.
The pendulous corners of the upper lip of certain dogs, such as the bloodhound.
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The livestock owners get door step services from the FLEWs, who are trained by project team and assessed by livestock department, GoS and UVAS in case of Sindh and Punjab respectively.
The Flood Early Warning System (FLEWS) project is aimed to provide advance information on flood events as an input to disaster preparedness.
He also contributed two songs to a landmark album, Flews Musicales du Cameroun (arranged by Jacob Desvarieux), that celebrated Cameroon's extraordinarily diverse folk music roots, fifteen years later, in 2000, Tala's contribution to African music was recognised when he won the prestigious Kora Award.
She loped around the winery on her leggy frame, flews and dewlaps flying, snout sniffing.
(9.) See, e.g., Flews Differ, supra note 3 ("Some Democratic aides warned against any broad authorization of force akin to the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which gave former President Johnson wide latitude in the Vietnam conflict.").
Light mobile units within the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) will soon have a new electronic-support-measures (ESM) capability, courtesy of the Formation Light Electronic Warfare System (FLEWS) program.