chinstrap


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chinstrap

(ˈtʃɪnstræp)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a strap that goes under the chin
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They all had memorable characters like Mona Lott, Colonel Chinstrap and Sophie Tuckshop.
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Despite the remote and hostile coasts and often violent weather that make research difficult, the islands are a haven for wildlife, including the world's largest population of chinstrap penguins and a multitude of various seabirds and marine life.
By the time he walked into a public health clinic near his mother's house, his blood pressure was so high that "people were telling me, 'You should be dead right about now,'" recalls Stancil, who's African American and sports a white chinstrap beard.
I then tried the mouthguard which I had to soften in hot water to mould to my mouth, and a chinstrap kept it all in place.
It's all Greek to the autistic teen who'd rather talk about the migration habits of Antarctica's chinstrap penguin population, but funnily enough, it's not the best chick bait.
Caption: The Big Swim captures juvenile chinstrap penguins resting along the Antarctic Peninsula before heading out to sea for the very first time.
In one generation, I have personally witnessed the precipitous decline of once abundant AdAaAaAeA@lie and chinstrap penguin populations," Nave told (https://www.
To the Editor: Previous studies have reported avian influenza virus (AlV)-positive serum samples obtained from Adelie (Pygoscelis adeliae), chinstrap (Pygoscelis antarcticus), and gentoo (Pygoscelispapua) penguins (1-4).
And there is a sight even dedicated natural history fans won't have seen before - a colony of one-and-a-half million chinstrap penguins on Zavodovski, a volcanic island in the southern Atlantic.
Chinstrap, rockhopper, and macaroni are types of what?