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He is dancing on an outcrop (that means a ledge of rock) in the middle of Australia at six o'clock before breakfast.
The outcrop of the serpentine here, I am told, is quite limited, with steep sides till round it.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Father and eldest son walked quietly out over the untouched portion of the outcrop before the house.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
From the ship's deck, even when within a mile, the outcrop had appeared to project directly from under the inland ice-sheet.
Hannam operated the forge, and picks and drills were sent along for pointing; an outcrop of gneiss serving as an anvil.
The forest was held back wherever the porous chalk formation made a large outcrop.
I am sure that we were merely taking the outcrop of a stratum of nodulated deposits that dip steeply seaward.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
He had found the "outcrop" of a coal bed, and on his return he made known his discovery.
Where the draining streams have approached their baselevel, scarcely an outcrop of conglomerate is seen.
They disappeared around an outcrop of stone which was merely the nearest place that would hide them.
THE INVADERSWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS

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