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For one thing, the snakelike design of the district--and
Army is developing snakelike robots for battlefield action that could include search and rescue missions, opening doors, and handling improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in a bid to keep troops out of harm's way.
Nueva Esperanza ("New Hope") has 140 families and is one of the last towns along the Lempe, the country's main river, which winds snakelike from the Honduran border and empties into the estuaries along Pacific coast 10 miles south of here.
Gargano even finds the serpent in the "sinuous, snakelike cat" Melanie encounters in the tree ("The masquerade in the Garden, Women's Studies 36 [2007]: 57-78).
As well, Millais adds a snakelike braid to Maude Clare's gown that calls her moral worth into question relative to the aesthetically inferior yet warmly human crowd.
Like Geula's viper, the Southern sky cannot close its eyes on the horrors beneath it, and like the kibbutz members, the townspeople, who themselves are snakelike, are unable to see beyond the interior world they have created.
Arrivillaga's snakelike movements and almost death-defying lifts were a big hit.
But the sharks prefer to hug the bottom, and they swim with a snakelike slither.
Teenager John shuddered as the grotesque entities thrust out their six snakelike feelers, barring the way.
The non-native sea lamprey, also plaguing the Great Lakes, is a snakelike fish with a suction-cup mouth that attaches to native species and sucks their blood.
Newcastle Civic Centre cuts a grand figure with its unusual tower, while the Byker Wall weaves its snakelike form around its village like a protective arm.
On his first morning stroll, Griever is blocked from prolonged contact with Hester Hua Dan by a stranger described as monstrous and snakelike with a too-wide mouth, oversized teeth, and sinister hiss (30).