Definition: pointed projecting part
Definition: pointed projecting part
Sentences Containing 'prong'
To the east, the Findlay Arch forms the southeast margin of the basin as it strikes to the northeast across northwestern Ohio, under the bed of Lake Erie and on as the Algonquin Arch through the southwestern prong of Ontario.
He is the guitarist/programmer for Stayte and has remixed tracks for Filter, Ministry, IAMX, Revolting Cocks, Prong and others.
Prong's "Power of the Damn Mixxxer" featured Worbeck's remix of "The Banishment".
Bf 109s had shot down both "Savannah" planes by 07:30 as the Italian Livorno Division launched a three-prong counterattack to recapture Gela. The Italian counterattack was reported by an American newspaper: ""Supported by no less than forty-five tanks, a considerable force of infantry of the Livorno Division attacked the American troops around Gela. The American division beat them back with severe casualties.
The strategy involves a three-prong approach involving prevention, intervention and suppression.
2013 Town Country S. It is a version of Chrysler Town Country with a black chrome grille combined with black-background Chrysler Winged badges front and rear, a black rear fascia step pad, 'S' model badging, 17-inch aluminum wheels with polished face and black-painted pockets and blacked-out headlight bezels (delayed availability), Black Torino leather seats with an 'S' logo embroidered in the seat backs and black Ballistic cloth seat inserts, grey stitching at seats and door armrests, Piano Black gloss appliques at the instrument panel and on the spokes of the black leather-wrapped steering wheel, Chrysler Winged badge on the wheel matches the black background-look of the exterior badging, a black headliner and upper consoles, black center console and an 'S' logo in the instrument cluster, dual-screen Blu-Ray DVD system (HDMI input, two USB recharging ports, a 12v outlet and a 115v two-prong outlet), a performance suspension, a choice of 4 body colours (Brilliant Black, Deep Cherry Red, Stone White or Billet Silver).
2014 Town Country S includes black chrome grille combined with black-background Chrysler Winged badges front and rear, a black rear fascia step pad, 'S' model badging, 17-inch aluminum wheels with polished face and black-painted pockets and blacked-out headlight bezels, Black Torino leather seats with an 'S' logo embroidered in the seat backs, black Ballistic cloth seat inserts, grey stitching; grey stitching at door armrests, piano black gloss appliques on the instrument panel and on the spokes of the black leather-wrapped steering wheel, Chrysler Winged badge on the wheel matches the black background-look of the exterior badging, a black headliner and upper consoles, black center console, an 'S' logo in the instrument cluster, dual-screen Blu-Ray system (HDMI input, two USB recharging ports, a 12-volt outlet and a 115v two-prong outlet, wireless headphones), a performance suspension.
Lyrically and vocally, Leeway were firmly rooted in the hardcore punk genre as could also be seen by the company they chose to keep – Corrosion of Conformity, Bad Brains, Circle Jerks, Sick Of It All, and Prong to name but a few.
Early morning 11 March, the "LSSAH" launched a two-prong attack into northern Kharkov.
This album represents a highly focused achievement, combining Neves' bleak worldview and gift for striking lyrics with the band's controlled aggression, comparable to US bands Chrome and Prong.
The album features Ted Parsons (from Swans and Prong) on drums and Paul Raven (from Killing Joke, Ministry and Prong) on bass, though tragically Raven suffered heart failure and died while collaborating with the band on the French-Swiss border.
The downward prong of the 'T' is a transverse process of the vertebra, and the flesh surrounding it is the spinal muscles.
Don't forget to visit the world's best grammar check website (it's FREE)
More Vocab Wordsabstract - theoretical; not concrete; nonrepresentational
etymology - study of word parts; study of the origins of words
encipher - encode; convert a message into code; put into cipher
alliteration - repetition of beginning sound in poetry
gloss - brief explanation note or translation of a difficult expression; V.
welter - confusion; turmoil; confused mass; bewildering jumble; Ex. welter of data
mutablility - ability to change in form; fickleness; ADJ. mutable: able to change; fickle; CF. mutate; CF. mutant
harping - tiresome dwelling on a subject; V. harp: dwell on(think or speak a lot about) tediously
forswear - renounce under oath; abandon; make a solemn promise to give up; CF. abjure
moribund - dying; at the point of death; CF. death