Thesaurus / barb

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Wind barbs Wind barbs are the most visible portion of a station plot.
HOW TO READ A SURFACE WEATHER MAPDENNIS MERSEREAUOCTOBER 15, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
A wind barb contains half lines, full lines, and flags to denote wind speeds.
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A patch with smaller barbs punctured the slim stem of a tomato plant.
On exposure to ultraviolet light, the barbs curved downward.
To make the microneedle’s barbs, the researchers took advantage of a curious effect of this type of 3-D printing.
At our feet lay the prairie-horse with the barb in his vitals, and the feathered shaft protruding from his side.
THE WAR TRAILMAYNE REID
The use of oval wire shows an effort to prevent slipping of the barb.
That was her way of replying to the Parthian arrow; but the barb was poisoned.
The barb was now covered with a protective binding of leaves.
IN AFRICAJOHN T. MCCUTCHEON
The harpoon blade is made like an arrow, but with only one barb, which turns on a steel pivot.
SWEPT OUT TO SEAW. BERTRAM FOSTER

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