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- n. A bone from a fish.
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- n. a bone of a fish.
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- n. a bone of a fish
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Those value reviews led to development of what he calls a fishbone chart, so called because of its shape, which lists all the ideas from the reviews plus other ideas for creating value.
Landsat image revealing "fishbone" deforestation along roads in the Brazilian Amazon
It features a removable "fishbone" insert and a screen protector.
"It will help dissolve the fishbone," said Ms. Ax, who drank a full cup of vinegar.
Their monument sticks like a fishbone in the city's throat.
Wander down the small roads that wind themselves through the historic villages, like Guarda or Ardez, and around the houses, with their deeply set windows, large arch-shaped carved-wood fishbone doors, and the spectacular design etchings, or Sgraffiti, on the walls.
I'll curate it with a one-off Brooks fishbone saddle
It tested a curved design, one resembling a fishbone, and one with counters placed at 90-degree angles to each other.
No advice, alas, about what to do if you get a fishbone stuck in your throat.
It happened she had once had a big blue bear for a pet; but the bear choked to death on a fishbone one day, and she loved it so dearly that Dyna made a rug of its skin, leaving the head and four paws on the hide.