neck and neck
- The two candidates are neck and neck.
- Its neck and head were very soft.
- The horses are coming down the track and it's neck and neck.
- The two candidates were still neck and neck just hours before the polls opened.
- He stuck his neck out for that idea, and now he's getting all the blame.
- Mary snuggled up to Tom and put her arms around his neck.
- The owner of the small dog gripped its neck and scolded it.
- I feel the tension in my neck, where it gets sore and stiff.
- Those shadows appeared in a way like giant dinosaurs, with a long neck and a very big jaw without teeth.
- When the dog tried to bite me, I held him down by the neck and thoroughly scolded him.
- On the inquest it was shown that Buck Fanshaw, in the delirium of a wasting typhoid fever, had taken arsenic, shot himself through the body, cut his throat, and jumped out of a four-story window and broken his neck—and after due deliberation, the jury, sad and tearful, but with intelligence unblinded by its sorrow, brought in a verdict of death "by the visitation of God." What could the world do without juries?
- Take a 300 ml flask with a ground glass stopper and with a widened neck enabling the neck to be rinsed without loss.
- The connecting radius between the ball and the neck should be tangential both to the neck and to the lower horizontal surface of the coupling ball
- Oxidation Take a 300 ml flask with a ground glass stopper and with a widened neck enabling the neck to be rinsed without loss.
- Lightweight fine knit roll, polo or turtle neck jumpers and pullovers, of cotton