- asgwrn tynnu
Noun(1) the furcula of a domestic fowl
(1) The V-shaped wishbone is important because it is typical of birds and what may be their immediate dinosaur ancestors.(2) Approximating a range of icons - spaceship, comma, wishbone , beetle, picket fence - these ensembles are studies in the suggestiveness of simple shapes.(3) The three who came before Stoops all had one common flaw: Their offenses - wishbone or not - never made an impact.(4) Just line him up any which way - West Coast, vertical offense, wing-T, wishbone , doesn't matter - and let the most exciting player in the league do his thing.(5) With this rig the hook length and lead link are joined together and attached to the main line with a second swivel, in a similar manner to the beach anglers wishbone rig.(6) Nothing too dramatic, just a potentially life-threatening trip over my own walking pole, which snaps like a wishbone .(7) A double wishbone front suspension and gas-filled rear shocks help absorb vibration at faster speeds while providing a smoother ride over mixed road services.(8) The major components of the independent double wishbone suspension are aluminium or titanium with Teflon and Uniball joints used throughout.(9) In Sue, the two shoulder blades seem to be joined by a very small, almost straight piece of bone, and this was supposed to suggest that this was a wishbone like a bird's.(10) The school with the history and tradition of running quarterbacks and wishbone offenses was about to be hit with culture shock.(11) The total of twenty inches of suspension travel was achieved through the use of a purpose-built front and rear double A-arm independent wishbone suspension with coil over dampers(12) From the days of the single wing, through the wishbone and through the modern era of wide-open offenses and spread sets, it always has been about running the ball.(13) Tyrannosaurs shared a number of characteristics with birds, including hollow bones, feet with three primary toes that all pointed forward, and a wishbone .(14) A steel wishbone can be bent into amazing shapes before it breaks while a carbon version, although stronger, will snap rather than bend.(15) Any football fan over 40 doesn't need to be reminded who Jack was - the first wishbone quarterback at the University of Oklahoma.(16) The London-based jewellery designer sold the gorgeous actress a pair of her gold hoop wishbone earrings just in time for a London film - not bad for a first foray onto the red carpet.
(1) wishbone :: asgwrn tynnu
1. wishing bone ::
sy'n dymuno esgyrn
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