(1) I intuit Blair will win the election by a whisker .(2) they won the election by a whisker(3) This release just missed the cut on the last missive by a whisker and a bit.(4) Every once in a while, particularly when I take out clothes that I haven't worn since our move, I find a cat whisker or a dog hair.(5) This year, for example, the amount given to Republicans is just a whisker more than $1 million.(6) All parties cancelled their final rallies, and the next day the Blue camp, which had started with a comfortable lead in the polls, lost by a whisker - some 30,000 votes, or 0.2 percent of the vote.(7) Chlamydomonas strains were transformed according to the silicon carbide whisker method of DUNAHAY 1993, with the following modifications.(8) While its volumes are down, it managed to increase its segment share, if only by a whisker .(9) When a white van with two more whiskered men pulled up to the huddle, Sergeant Tommy Wright stepped out of his gold Ford Explorer.(10) He thinks the seals may detect prey by means of their whiskers , detecting the ├ö├ç├┐wake├ö├ç├û of fish as they pass by.(11) Thick, bristly, black whiskers that covered the lower half of his face told the two shipmates that he hadn't shaved in a long while.(12) A wiry old man appeared, a bit shorter than average height, sporting a button-collar and sleeves over small pot-belly and mutton-chop whiskers from the decades past.(13) Padded feet, keen night vision and sensitive whiskers enable silent movement through dense undergrowth at night.(14) Between the whiskers and the fore-mast.(15) However, these materials were still too weak to support their own weight without tapering, although in the case of graphite whiskers the taper ratio was a more manageable 100.(16) If we closed our eyes, we could almost see men with mutton-chop whiskers and stem expressions, and women with cinched waists and skirts with floor-sweeping trains.