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bull nose

[′bu̇l ‚nōz]
(building construction)
A rounded external angle, as one used at window returns and doorframes.
(metallurgy)
A ladle used in foundry operations for carrying molten metal.
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We'd all gather round to see the bull-nosed Morris with Eric's dad at the wheel.
My father had a bull-nosed Morris Cowley which languished under a tree for about five years.
To challenge Ford for pickup supremacy, GM will have to win over the competition's loyal owners with a new model that's more conservatively styled than the curvaceous F-series or the bull-nosed Dodge Ram.
Next, the edge-glued blanks are surfaced with one bull-nosed edge on a Wadkin moulder and precision end-trimmed.
Vertical circulation is primarily via lifts just inboard from these stairs, in a bull-nosed service tower sheathed in stainless steel.
It is these bull-nosed tractors which have been commonly seen on the news towing truckloads of refugees.
We crossed the dock roadgingerly, waiting for the passing Trojan vans, squareblackFords and bull-nosed Morrises; while the men in great flapping coats and caps, with bags of tools on their backs, pedal led solemnly into an uncertain future on high bikes, which they dismounted by lifting one leg over the saddle, almost balletic in their grace.