|projection on a saddle||saddle horn|
|(Botany) membranous projection which grows from the base of most grass blades; corolla which is shaped like a strap||ligule|
|(Medicine) protrusion of a body part (esp. the eye), projection of bodily organ||proptosis|
|, send a letter, appoint to command, assign to a position or duty, station; publicize, advertise; inform; send electronic mail to a newsgroup (Computers); send by mail; move up and down in a saddle (Equitation); travel quickly, by post horse, denounce ...||post|
|A process of creating a theoretical spot rate curve using one yield projection as the basis for the yield of the next maturity.||Bootstrapping|
|a showing in a cinema, a showing on television, act of covering or camouflaging; act of filtering or sorting; concealment; division, act of partitioning; projection (of a film), protecting screens, sifted material, test for disease, wire mesh||screening|
|abseil, descend a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection, descend by rope, descent by rappelling||rappel|
|accidental knock, blow, stroke; projection, swelling, interj. thump, noise made by a bump, lump on surface, move unsteadily, raised area on skull, sound of impact, strike, hit; collide; be jolted, be shaken, swelling on body, turn away a passenger, wit...||bump|
|act of descending a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection||rappelling|
|act of protruding, quality of bulging or protruding; projection, act of causing to bulge outward; protuberance, something that sticks out, something that protrudes||protrusion|
|act of pulling a load, hauling; act of carrying; handle; projection by which something is held or supported; projecting part that supplies traction; awkward or clumsy person; ear (Slang); rectangular sail; wooden box for transporting fruits and vegetab...||lug|
|anchor support, projection near the bow of a ship to which anchor is secured||cathead|
|animal with a saddle-shaped marking, saddle roof||saddleback|
|any of a number of marine fish having a long spear-shaped upper jaw, fish with spear, large marine fish with spear-shaped projection||spearfish|
|apsis, arched recess (particularly one located at the eastern end of a church), rounded projection on building||apse|
|arch at front of a saddle, arched front part of a saddle||saddlebow|
|attach something at one end, build supporting columns, extend like cantilever, projection supported at one end, supporting beam, supporting bracket, wing with no external brace||cantilever|
|axon, fibrous nerve projection which comes from the neuron and transmits impulses from the cell (Anatomy)||neurite|
|back of saddle, back part of a saddle that is usually curved upwards; segment, corner, portion or piece (also cantel)||cantle|
|back part of a saddle that is usually curved upwards; segment, corner, portion or piece (also cantle)||cantel|
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