However, nothing about the 125-million-year-old dinosaur suggests it was an aquatic feeder, so researchers believe it must have developed such a sensitive snout
for other purposes.
Yet, the animal metaphorisation related to snout
does not end here because during the first decades of the 20th century the analysed verb developed a novel zoosemic axiologically marked slang sense again grounded in the conceptual zone BEHAVIOUR 'to act as a police informer' (e.
2-3): generally brown on snout
, dorsally on head and body, grading to golden brown on lower side of body, and white on ventral surface; numerous clusters of mainly 2-3 dark polygonal spots (largest about equal to eye) and widely scattered, much smaller, white spots in brownish matrix between dark clusters; two (paratype) or three (holotype), progressively smaller dark grey brown saddles across back from rear edge of head to dorsal-fin base, a similar saddle between dorsal fins, and 4-5 additional dark saddles on dorsal edge of tail; four large saddles on body with narrow white or pale grey anterior and posterior margins; fragmented post-cephalic mark (Fig.
Kabang's upper snout
and jaw cannot be replaced with prosthetics," he said.
A Filipino dog has been taken to the US to have groundbreaking surgery after losing its snout
saving two girls' lives.
But a Westminster snout
told me the Foreign Office's finest are already thinking ahead to the final on July 1.
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Commenting on the findings of the 1866 2010 1866 2010 The glacial snout
has shifted 3.
I BOUGHT this sawfish snout
many years ago and want to sell it now.
On closer inspection he saw it was a marlin with a spear-shaped snout
Any vote for the old gang parties next month is a vote to put yet another snout
in a more lucrative European trough.
14), try this activity to learn more about how a glacier's snout
, or leading edge, moves.