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The stop-keys will be seen arranged in an inclined semi-circle overhanging and just above the keyboards.
The tall oak door of the library was opened by William Weedham himself—a plump, white-haired man with black, overhanging eyebrows.
Overhanging the pass was a huge boulder, balanced precariously on the edge of the jutting cliff.
It must have strength to support safely its own overhanging weight when moving.
There are many old towns in Europe where you see feudal palaces perched on high hills or overhanging crags.
WAYS OF WAR AND PEACEDELIA AUSTRIAN
An erratic firefly wandered down from the overhanging branches, then commenced to dart from side to side near her head.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
The long moss, reaching from the overhanging branches to the water, gave to the surroundings a most weird and funereal aspect.
He shot forth a long arm to seize the overhanging rock cornice and drag his body over the ledge.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
Impossible to read anything in the eyes of the lawyer, this time hidden under their overhanging brows.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
The cause of the scorching heat is said to be high, overhanging mountains on the north, which intercept the northern winds.

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