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comb

1. a tool or machine that separates, cleans, and straightens wool, cotton, etc.
2. the fleshy deeply serrated outgrowth on the top of the heads of certain birds, esp the domestic fowl
3. a currycomb
4. a honeycomb
5. the row of fused cilia in a ctenophore

What does it mean when you dream about a comb?

In a dream, the use of a comb could represent tidying up something such as a presentation. It can also represent careful examination, as when we go over something with a “fine tooth comb.”

comb

[kōm]
(design engineering)
(invertebrate zoology)
A system of hexagonal cells constructed of beeswax by a colony of bees.
A comblike swimming plate in ctenophores.
(vertebrate zoology)
A crest of naked tissue on the head of many male fowl.

comb

1. Combing, 1.
2. A drag, 1.
3. Any tool used to produce combing, 2, 3.

COMB.

On drawings, abbr. for “combination.”
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Guy says, 'Given the choice, I would paint mostly large canvases, because Africa deserves that.' His father, the late Simon Combes, was well-known for big Africa images, and as a child, Combes often watched him working.
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Combes starts every day by massaging and stretching her calves, which tend to get tight.
[beaucoup moins que]Ce role qui est une nouveaute, et pour ce, un suivi des conseillers pedagogiques qui ont pour mission de diffuser les bonnes pratiques, apres avoir discute avec les profs dans les classes[beaucoup plus grand que], reitere Dr Combes. Il indique que le projet prend de l'ampleur.
"It is a great pleasure for us to welcome Michael Combes to Alctel-Lucent," said Philippe Camus, Chairman of the Board, Alcatel-Lucent.
While Combes and Dudley only studied 10 species of euglossine bees, Combes said that this stabilizing behavior is likely to be seen across Hymenoptera, the order of insects that includes bees, wasps, ants, and sawflies, and that turbulent airflow may decrease the flight performance of many other flying insects as well.
Mr Combe's daughter Cindy, 35, of Bushley, Glos, said: "The buffalo just came out of nowhere.
During his week-long visit to the Wildlife Experience, Combes will be painting a work to be sold to benefit the Rhino Rescue Trust Fund.
Lopez and Combes were arrested after police car chase.
Combes is not only a man of the arts, but an avid conservationist as well.
He said: "At no time have I seen Mr Combes with a gun." The trial continues.