razorback


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razorback

[′rā·zər‚bak]
(geology)
A sharp, narrow ridge.
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From classic buffalo wings and hummus to fresh sandwiches and salads, there's something to satisfy every Razorback fan.
The Razorback Foundation is the fundraising arm of the University of Arkansas Athletic Department.
Over the past decade, stocked hatchery razorback suckers spawned and produced larvae every year (Bestgen et al.
Mr Marcus Flis, Royal's Managing Director, commented, 'The final resource update for the Razorback Ridge area concludes our resource definition work in support of the pFS.
Arkansas senior quarterback Tyler Wilson did not play in the second half against Louisiana-Monroe after suffering a head injury, and this week the Razorbacks will have to face the formidable defending national champions without him.
To make the new load more compatible with those ARs, Winchester gave the Razorback XT a nickel-plated case that ensures reliable functioning in adverse conditions with any weapon.
Keeping the ball primarily on the ground, the Razorbacks drove from their own 28 to the Nashoba 36.
However, while the main band continued on course, Razorback veered down the mountain to pursue another group of ewes on a different mountain a mile away.
Valued as food by Native Americans, early settlers, and miners, razorback suckers can live for over 40 years and grow to over 3 feet (0.
In lab tests, Flamarique and his colleagues confirmed that razorbacks have UV receptors.
Razorback will own the intellectual property rights for the cargo bed loading system on the van which will sell at about pounds 18,000.
By 2003, it is estimated that European sales of Razorback vans will reach around 10,000 a year, with all the panels and chassis being made in Coventry.