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“The spear-like wooden dart was found in 2007, but the University of Colorado didn't announce it until Tuesday.”
“• Ancient tool found in melting ice near Yellowstone: The spear-like wooden dart was found in 2007, but the University of Colorado didn't announce it until Tuesday.”
“The prows of the ships are formed into sharp, spear-like points so that wherever they are thrust they pierce and completely destroy.”
“One makes a spear-like thrust with the picker to get the fruit inside the pipe.”
“Finally, the predators have an enlarged stoma with either a spear-like structure or rows of pointed teeth.”
“In Hell there will issue from a fetid gale a gloomy figure with head like a minaret, red eyeballs, hooked nose, teeth like pillars, spear-like fangs, snaky locks etc. and when asked who he is he will reply, “I am the personification of thine evil acts!””
“Hypothesis 3 (spear-fishing) can also be rejected given that it is hard to imagine how the long, stiff neck could permit rapid lunging, stabbing and/or grabbing, plus the bill tip morphology is not spear-like as it is in the birds that practice this lifestyle.”
“Predictions: proficient wading abilities (indicating by long, spreading toes) or swimming abilities; sharply pointed, spear-like bill; flexible neck that allows rapid darting of bill towards prey.”
“This is noticeable especially in fast music, and especially when a note is attacked in unison, making for an army of spear-like sticks cutting the air together.”
“We feel the horror of his unraveling as he recounts slapping and lunging for Pat, who locks herself in the bathroom while he smashes its old wooden door into a pile of spear-like fragments.”
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