narrow-mouthed


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Adj.1.narrow-mouthed - having a narrow mouth
narrow - not wide; "a narrow bridge"; "a narrow line across the page"
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In their narrow-mouthed caves the natives, whoever they might be, had refuges into which the huge saurians could not penetrate, while with their developed brains they were capable of setting such traps, covered with branches, across the paths which marked the run of the animals as would destroy them in spite of all their strength and activity.
They may even meet along the way some wildlife, five of them endemic to the island: hawk owl, hanging parrot, narrow-mouthed frog, forest rat and forest mouse.
YETI calls this Over-the-Nose technology--which represents easy filling, drinking and cleaning unlike many other narrow-mouthed drinking bottles on the market.
The second composition stood out for the brilliant interplay between the accompaniments - the mridangam (a double-headed percussion instrument), the tabla played by Pandit Tanmay Bose, the ghatam (a narrow-mouthed clay pot used as percussion) played by T.N.
Mohammed, presumably like a lot of revellers, slept at 5am and unlike a lot of revellers, was back to work at 9.30am, swiveling coloured sand in narrow-mouthed glass bottles so that morning crowds at the mall might have a look at his wares that cost anything from Dh50 to Dh1,000.
Kyoto University professor and amphibian specialist Masafumi Matsui, who has long been conducting fieldwork in Borneo, described the new species of narrow-mouthed frog of the genus Microhyla in a report in the latest edition of the academic journal Zootaxa.
Over 60 pieces were displayed, including vases, cups, bowls and traditional narrow-mouthed bottles.

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