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  • n. Plural form of forepart.


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  • The attraction said, “A newly discovered animal, comprising the head and eye of an elephant, the horns of an antelope, a long black beard, the hind parts of a lion, the foreparts of a bison, cloven-footed, has a flowing mane from shoulder to fetlock joint and chews the cud.”

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  • Snake tails dangled down their backs, and snake foreparts in various lengths fell over their fronts, heads raised and swaying, alert as cobras.

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  • The ketea indikoi were large, monstrous fish who had the foreparts of such animals as lions, rams, and wolves.

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  • And the Age of Reason hobnobbed with the foreparts of the donkey.

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  • One by one they twisted their murderous foreparts around, thrust them forward and down in a powerful burrowing motion, and sneezed their way back to the depths from which they had emerged.

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  • Lowering its foreparts, it started toward her, lurching from side to side and gathering speed with each pentuple stride.

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  • A wide range of machines are available for cement lasting foreparts, sides and seats.

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  • Insoles for high heeled shoes may need a series of shallow slots cut across the undersides of their foreparts to assist flexing.

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  • Hole patterns are also often cut on the foreparts of children's sandals.

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  • Tack-lasting combined with stitched-on soles results in stiff, and rather inflexible foreparts.

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