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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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When she realized where much of her business originated, Combs decided to double down and play to her strengths.
For this, naturally built worker combs were taken from 20 different colonies and from each colony, combs with dm2 area with three replications were marked and counted.
Combs, 45, was freed late Monday after posting bail, several hours after his afternoon arrest, jail records showed.
We analyzed 73 pre-Columbian combs housed at the Museo Arqueologico San Miguel de Azapa, Universidad de Tarapaca, Arica, Chile.
During the study, participating beekeepers also reported an off-odor emanating from combs that had been treated for wax moths or small hive beetles and placed back into hive boxes.
The partnership follows Diageo's alliance with Combs Enterprises, which aimed to grow the Ciroc ultra-premium vodka brand.
Steve Haddock remembers every detail about his first ocean encounter with a comb jelly.
Combs told police at the scene said he would seek his own medical attention.
One thing that became clear was that he was going to do things his way until the end," said Tom Terminella, a friend and former business partner of Combs.
Arthur Wright Combs was a beacon for humanistic education, educational leadership, and counseling during the last half of the 20th century.
The good results suggest combs developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will eventually fulfill their potential to boost the search for Earth-like planets to a new level.
While typical lasers operate at only a single or handful of frequencies, laser frequency combs run simultaneously at many frequencies, approaching a million for some combs.