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Also our six-shooters reposed in their scabbards, the four belts hooked over the horn of MacRae's' saddle. RAW GOLD BERTRAND W. There's' one called ze, on top of a hill shaped almost like a horn; she showed me a picture of it.
ADW: Horns and Antlers.
These fibers, which are held together by the mass of epidermal cells, are not true hairs. True hair grows from follicles that extend into the dermis, whereas rhino horns grow from dermal papillae which extend up into the horn. The rhino horn is situated over the nasal bones.
horn_1 noun - Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes Oxford Advanced Learner's' Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com.
Topics Difficulty and failure c2. See horn in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary. Check pronunciation: horn. basset horn noun. French horn noun. English horn noun. horn of plenty noun. horn of plenty. blow/toot your own horn. horn in on somebody/something.
Horn - Wiktionary.
From Middle High German horn, from Old High German horn, from Proto-West Germanic horn, from Proto-Germanic hurną, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European ḱer-. Compare Low German Horn, Hoorn, Hurn; Höärn Altmärkisch; Häörn Haön Münsterländisch, Dutch hoorn, English horn, Danish horn and Swedish horn.
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Horn Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
Middle English, going back to Old English, going back to Germanic hurna- whence also Old Frisian, Old High German Old Norse horn horn, Gothic haurn going back to Indo-European ḱr-n-o, perhaps originally object" made of bony material from the head" whence also Latin cornum, cornū horn, Welsh carn hoof, hilt, handle, Breton karn hoof, and, with an additional velar suffix, Sanskrit śŕṅgam horn, derivative of a base ḱer-, elsewhere with laryngeal element ḱer-h 2 - bony" material constituting the skull or horns" - more at kerato-.
Ruth Horn - Nuffield Department of Population Health.
Preserving womens reproductive autonomy while promoting the rights of people with disabilities: the case of Heidi Crowter and Maire Lea-Wilson in the light of NIPT debates in England, France and Germany. and Horn R, 2022, Journal of Medical Ethics. NIPT and the concerns regarding 'routinisation.' Horn R, 2022, European Journal of Human Genetics.

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