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Snake

Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
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You know, Drysdale in later years, he was tough, but Ewell Blackwell, he had a snakelike delivery--all moves and, you know, he had a wicked sinker and a good changeup, curveball.
His head, like some disembodied bust, is surrounded by a snakelike dragon whose body consists of the instantly recognizable lengths and guard towers of the Great Wall.
American Eel Anguilla rostrata--Has a long, slender snakelike body covered with small, embedded scales, giving it a slippery feeling.
Reaching into the clear water for the errant fly, I noticed a snakelike twitch of movement near my hand--which I quickly pulled away.
Like in the larger vacant space, drop ceilings had been banished exposing a network of snakelike ventilation shafts, large and admittedly somewhat clunky looking, but possessing an antique charm and retro aesthetic that contributed to the chic atmosphere.
I had these snakelike forms in my painting that derived from Miro, and I just put a head and tail on one of these and stuck the picture in [the show].
Pneumatic bellows rest in the four joint cavities, endowing the robot with snakelike flexibility and torque enough to lift its head or tail--innovations that distinguish it from other robots.
Take one of her "Newt" pieces, for example, in which a one-eyed, snakelike monster is raising a bat ready to swing, wearing a baseball cap, with its forked tongue hanging out.
Snakelike qualities like La Tinti's appear often later in the century.
People have always been fascinated by snakes and by snakelike forms.
The students and senior citizens for whom I played this music on CD characterized the secondary theme as exotic, seductive, tense, threatening, delusive, swinging, creeping, and snakelike. All of these designations can be understood as rather obvious manifestations of the kind of menacing femininity that is typical of art music.