Can you spell bite bight?
Yes, but it has a different meaning. Bite as a verb is to mark or tear with teeth, like an animal bite. Bight is a curved section of rope in a knot, or a curved section of land.
Yes, bight is a word. It doesn't mean bite, though, it refers to a large bay of water, such as the Bight of Biafra. Occasionally it can be used to mean a bend in any geographical feature.
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Step 1: Raise arm Step 2: Put pointer finger up Step 3: Open mouth Step 4: Put finger in mouth Step 5: Close mouth Step 6: Bite your finger
no it is not but make sure just in case.bye bye answer 2 Bight is a nautical term denoting a broad bay. Whether you consider it a landform or not depends upon whether you consider Bay a landform. [its up to you.]
A bight is a wide bay formed by a bend or curve in a shoreline.
The words by , buy , and bye (shortened from goodbye) are sound-alike words. Example sentences: The housewife went by the accident scene on the way to the store. The housewife went to the store to buy food for breakfast. She told her friend bye (goodbye) and left for work.
"Does it bite" is one of the most common phrases uttered, especially by children, regarding animals. The answer is yes. All animals have the capability to bite and there have been incidents of people being bitten by virtually every animal on the planet.
almost everything in the world can bite you ex: dogs,sharks,birds,hamsters,certain kids of fish and more.
The Great Australian Bight is bordered by the two states called South Australia and Western Australia.
a single bowline on a bight is used when the bitter end of a line(rope for non-sailors) isn't availible. It, in essence alows one toput a temporary eye in a line without the bitter end.
if A shark is biting you yes hit in the nose or in the eye and it will go away
A bight is a shallow bay. Examples include Watmough Bight, Lopez Island, Washington, and the New York Bight.
The Great Australian Bight lies along the western part of the South Australian coast, extending to the eastern coast of southern Western Australia. It is south of the Nullarbor Plain. On a map of Australia, it can be seen as the large curved section in the south.
either a special nail biting polish or gloves! i have a bad habit of it:(
It is probably because it is dominant of its sister. If this gets much worse it might be an idea to separate them. My friends gerbil bit off its brothers tail... so... this is something you need to watch.
Depends on which species of fly.... It excretes a material that desolves your flesh and makes it easy for it to suck up. ti is trying to turn you into a meat shake so to speak. they do not have teeth to bite you with.
READ THE BOOKS! you really don't want it spoiled for you.... yes. in the last book, breaking dawn.
it is a break in a coastline formed by a creek, its a shallow bay. So, it is not a landform. (it can also mean loop or coil in a rope)
First of all the bite link is in your overview catorgory. secondly, when people click on that link in a spot you have put it (home page forums etc.) you will get booty and gold and they have a choice to join bitefight as a vampire created by you.
Officially, the Great Australian Bight and Timor Sea both join the Indian Ocean. Australians would dispute this, however, as they would say the Great Australian Bight joins the Southern Ocean.
They might bite you these are some of the reasons: you have just ate something and haven't washed your hands and then pick them up,because they will smell the food and think your food.Or you are not handling them properly.
It is located on the southern coast of Australia. . The Great Australian Bight is not just the curve extending fromCape Pasley in the west to near Port Lincoln. According to theInternational Hydrographic Bureau, it actually begins in the westat West Cape Howe and extends to South West Cape in Tasma…nia. . It is the longest ice-free coastline running east-west in theSouthern Hemisphere. . No major rivers flow into the Great Australian Bight. . The continental shelf along the Great Australian Bight is verywide, with some sections of the shelf break extending out 190 kmfrom the coast. (MORE)
Long ago, the world had only two super continents, Laurasia and Gondwanna. Gondwanna was composed of the southern continents, and these gradually split apart, and in particular, Antarctica separated from Australia. You'll find a good fit between the Australian Bight and part of northern Antarctica. …That is the current explanation. (MORE)
this stupid thing brought on by twilight where people bite each other, sometimes to draw blood, its pointless and hurts, dont do it
The chalky, white coloured limestone rock at the base of the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight is called Wilson Bluff limestone. Karst limestone makes up the rest of the limestone, and the majority of the Nullarbor Plain which extends from the Great Australian Bight.
The average height of the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight is 70 metres, or 230 feet. At their lowest, they are 40m high (130 feet) and at their highest point they are 120m high (330 feet).
Pizza, but only in the book, not in the movie. But I don't know why they would cut that out! I loved that scene!!!
They bite by gripping with the jaws and cutting or tearing off with the teeth.
A bight is a bend in the coast that forms an open bay. The Great Australian Bight is such a bend, forming a massive open bay on the southern coast of Australia. Hence, "Great" - large; "Australian" - it is in Australia; "Bight" - bend in the coast that forms an open bay.
The homonym "wear" is used in wear out (to lose function or use). The past tense is worn out .
Because the Water is simply not Warm enough to produce one. Its called a tropical cyclone because a Cyclone forms over warmer waters... in the tropics
No, you do not bite it back because it will bite you again. All you have to do is say "no" loudly and put something in his mouth he can bite. If he did this out of aggression, STOP ANNOYING HIM!!!! Never hit a dog, ever, ever, ever, ever, no matter how mad you are. First of all, you might hurt your …hand, and second he will attack so fiercely, even the most tolerant of dogs might bite really hard when faced with an abusive situation. One thing-the dog may have bitten out of aggression because of instinct and/or self-defense because he/she was in an abused house before you got him/her. (MORE)
always get someone that is not scared to be biten like my classmate because my hamster bites and my classsmate is always playing with my hamster that's why my hamster do not bite everyone but sometimes he bites only but not everyday by kyanne Marie b. sapnu i am 10 years old thank you
Not all sharks bite, the types of sharks that do bite humans and or kill would be, Bull sharks which live in lakes and rivers usually (ST. Lawrence river.) Tiger sharks would do the same damage as a Bull shark. they eat everything in SITE. those would be the deadliest sharks in the world. Now the Gr…eat white shark will bite but humans are not the main course on the menu. mainly seals and sea lions. Other types that could bite humans would be, Macao sharks, Hammerhead sharks, black and white tip reef sharks to. If you are in there territory. and Lemon sharks. The rest would not do a lot of damage to humans. (MORE)
Goats and sheep have very sharp teeth, so it is not a good idea to put your fingers in their mouths. But they do not bite or nip when they fight or to defend themselves (like horses sometimes do). When they fight with each other (or are occasionally naughty toward people) they butt with their head.
I'm not sure if you meant fight or bite, but you can give your dog an antihistamine (like Benadryl). The dosage of anithistamine for a dog is based on weight; generally 1mg per pound of dog, every 8 hours (or 3x per day). You can call your vet to confirm. If there are open wounds, a cold compress is… not generally recommended. Flush the wound with a mild soap and water or sterile solution and bandage or cover it to prevent an infection. If you notice swelling in the nose, mouth or neck areas you should take your dog to the vet immediately. (MORE)
The Georgia Bight is a bend in the coastline. Because of how inland the mainland lies, tropical systems have less of an impact. It isn't impossible for the bight to be impacted directly by a tropical storm. Simply the bight doesn't "do" anything. It is just the most westward area of coastline on the… atlantic coastline of North America. (MORE)
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No. The Great Australian Bight lies off the southern coast of Australia, meeting the coastlines of South Australia and Western Australia.
Edward John Eyre did not travel across the Great Australian Bight. He was not a seafaring explorer. He travelled across the Nullarbor Plain, which is the desert area north of the Great Australian Bight. Eyre hoped to be the first to cross Australia from south to north. He was unlucky enough to fi…nd his way blocked by saltpans as far as he could see, so assumed - incorrectly - that the entire inland of Australia was a huge horseshoe shaped salt lake. He did not realise that there were breaks between the lakes. Because he was unable to travel north, he was determined to achieve something new for the colony of South Australia. This is why he chose to be the first to make the crossing from east to west. (MORE)
Alligators are not venomous. If you are bitten, you should be concerned about dying of blood loss, shock, or being EATEN. You should get to a hospital, where they will clean the wound to prevent infection. Amputations may have to be made.
It will look like maybe a little dot with a bit of red swollen a bit, or it may look like two little bite marks on the area with red swollen area or if its just happned no red swollen area
They sting, but only once with a barbed stinger. and when it stings the stinger is ripped from its abdomen and it flies away and dies.
A Bowline on the Bight is a knot tied in the middle of a line, instead of at the end of a line, that resembles a bowline, but is not a true bowline. This is made by grasping the line so it is doubled, pulling the loop portion down - let it hang, then grasp the doubled linewith your right hand, palm …facing away, and twist your hand to palm facing, forming a loop, similar to the first loop formed for a typical bowline; - next, bring the hanging doubled end up through the loop just made, just short distance, which now creates a hanging doubled loop; - open the end loop that was pulled through and pass it up, over, and down around the large loop, pulling it up to the upper hanging portion above the first loop; - pull tight, and you have a Bowline on the Bight (MORE)
snake bites are classified to be a acid because part of the bite is actually made out of hydrochloric acid
Yes. The term bight can also refer to the gently inward curving coastline that contains the water.
Most likely the bite will just swell up. I don't know of a spider that when it bites you, the bite is hard...
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New Bight Airport (IATA: TBI, ICAO: MYCB) is an airport in New Bight on Cat Island in The Bahamas.
Depending on the context (usage), a bight [as a noun] may be a bayor gulf, a river bend, the body of water surrounded by such a bend(like an oxbow...), the middle part of a rope that is differentfrom the ends of the rope, or the loop or bent part of a rope thatis different from the ends. As a verb, …it means "to fasten, or bindwith a bight of rope". In Australia, the Bight (the Great Australian Bight, that is...) isthat major indentation along the South coast, spanning Cape Pasleyin Western Australia to the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. (MORE)
The Great Australian Bight was named by Captain Matthew Flinders during his circumnavigation of the Australian continent in 1801-1802.
Neither of these is a plateau.. The Great Australian Bight is a water feature on the southern coast of the Australian continent. It is similar to a huge open bay, but it is too large to be called a bay in geographic terms. . Directly north of the Great Australian Bight is the Nullarbor Plain, a fl…at expanse, or plain, about 2000 km in length and covering an area of around 270000 square kilometres, but this is a completely separate landform from the Great Australian Bight.. The Gulf of Carpentaria is also not a plain. It is another water feature, Australia's largest gulf.. (MORE)