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|1.||"Hello, " he says, his dark curls bouncing with his enthusiasm, playing peekaboo with the tips of his curving horns.||1|
|2.||"Stalker" deploys a slinky melody that worms its way between rimshots and muted horns, to an eerily spooky effect.||1|
|3.||A cacophony of firecrackers, vuvuzelas, car horns and cheers rang out across Madrid.||1|
|4.||A circular protuberance or knob like swelling, as on the horns of certain animals.||1|
|5.||A curst cow has short horns.||1|
|6.||A flick of a switch and the flashing blue lights and two-tone horns shatter the relative peace of the night.||1|
|7.||A gazelle ( Procapra picticaudata ) native to Tibet and having backward - curving horns in the male.||1|
|8.||A pair of buffalo horns and a cowboy hat were set above backlit, multi-colored bottles on shelves.||1|
|9.||A reducing agent converts the calcium sulfate to calcium oxide, which is then removed, by reintrainment into the flue gas steam using soot blowers or sonic horns.||1|
|10.||A rhinoceros has large horns and thick, protective skin.||1|
|11.||A sheep that is attacked will spin round to make sure that the attacker's horns clash with his own.||1|
|12.||A small buffalo ( Bubalus or Anoa depressicornis ) of Celebes and the Philippines, having short, pointed horns.||1|
|13.||A small ruminant mammal(Antilocapra americana) resembling an antelope and having small forked horns, found on western North American plains.||1|
|14.||A stag has large horns.||1|
|15.||A thriving black-market trade in illegal rhino horns is driving poaching to new levels in Africa, setting back recovery efforts for the endangered species.||1|
|16.||A triceratops had three horns and a beak.||1|
|17.||A white sheep of a breed originating in England, characterized a long head with spiraling horns.||1|
|18.||According to the degree of seperation of the telencephalic grey matter and formation of the anterior horns, severity of the malformation can be estimated.||1|
|19.||African antelope with ridged curved horns; moves with enormous leaps.||0|
|20.||After business failed, Father had to draw in his horns.||1|
|21.||After the business failed, Father had to pull in his horns.||1|
|22.||After the business failed, he had to draw in his horns pretty sharply.||1|
|23.||After the business failed, he had to pull in his horns pretty sharply.||1|
|24.||After the business failed, he had to pull in his horns.||1|
|25.||After three years of faithful service, Jake decided to take the bull by the horns and ask his boss for a raise.||1|
|26.||An African antelope ( Tragelaphus scriptus ) having a reddish - brown coat with white markings and twisted horns.||1|
|27.||An African ruminant mammal (Giraffa camelopardalis) having a very long neck and legs, a tan coat with orange-brown to black blotches, and short horns.||1|
|28.||An ox is taken by the horns, and the man by the tongue. ||1|
|29.||And as we sat and made merry, there entered to us an old man bearing a leathern carpet and a lute that had two horns of amber.||1|
|30.||And so, in true Arien fashion, she had decided to take the bull by the horns.||1|
- a hard permanent outgrowth, often curved and pointed, found in pairs on the heads of cattle, sheep, goats, giraffes, etc. and consisting of a core of bone encased in keratinized skin.
- the substance of which horns are composed.
- a horn-shaped projection.
- a wind instrument, conical in shape or wound into a spiral, originally made from an animal horn (now typically brass) and played by lip vibration.
- an instrument sounding a warning or other signal.
- (of an animal) butt or gore with the horns.