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Rounding the canyon rim, the path veered into a narrow crevice between massive sandstone blocks.
They’ve evolved multiple means of eluding the larger animals that endanger them—by stinging, biting, flying, jumping, running, startling, hiding in crevices, and using camouflage as well as chemical defenses.
That’s fine if you’re not looking to get into awkward crevices, or hoping to clean your car, but if those aspects are important, you might want to consider upping your budget to get a cleaner with a few more bells and whistles.
It comes with a crevice tool and small brush but, because it’s their entry-level vac, you get fewer accessories, suction power, and battery life than some of Dyson’s pricer models.
As the pilot in command, the PPC pro needs to monitor all systems — exploring nuances and every crevice of their programs.
His foot caught; it is unknown in what,—in a twisted tie, or perhaps in a crevice of the cracking earth.
A LOST HEROELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD AND HERBERT D. WARD
A glimpse of daylight penetrated through a crevice in the rock, and on fine nights one could see the stars.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
In the deep, following silence each knew that old Mata's ear felt, like a hand, at the crevice of the shoji.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
The stone walls of houses were cracked; one of the "mansions" had a zigzag crevice from top to bottom.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
He removed the bar of the door and through the crevice sounded his terrible war-cry, the scream of a panther.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER

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