razorback


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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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Indeed, Razorback is one of those local rock bands that will always matter to me and to countless others, especially in my age group.
Still, if there is any doubt about a concussion, a Razorback will be pulled from the game and given a battery of tests before being cleared to participate again, Ylanan said.
NYSE: SUM) has entered into definitive agreements to acquire Colorado-based Everist Materials, LLC and Arkansas-based Razorback Concrete Company, the company said.
Long-distance movements by razorback sucker have been associated with spawning aggregations and migrations; however, razorback sucker are typically sedentary outside of the spawning period (Tyus, 1987; Modde and Irving, 1998).
This now increases the JORC-compliant Mineral Resources in the Razorback Ridge Area to 1,816 Million tonnes at 21.
The Chiefs, American Youth Football (AYF) Massachusetts State Champions, lost 26-13 to the Pelham/Windham Razorbacks in the AYF New England Regional semifinals at Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium.
In hopes the ewes would lead Razorback to us, we decided to stay right where we were, and after several hours, the sheep began to move our direction.
The razorback sucker is a large-river fish found only in the Colorado River Basin.
Flamarique had puzzled over the UV vision in a razorback relative, a white sucker that spends most of its life in water too deep for the UV wavelengths of sunlight to reach.
Mayflower Vehicle Systems will be making the body panels and chassis for Aussie firm Razorback which is investing pounds 19 million in a huge manufacturing and sales push.