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The results resemble loamy earth or damaged fabric and often protrude dramatically off the wooden panels that anchor them.
Sure, cameras have been able to zoom like crazy for decades, but usually not without a tell-tale telephoto lens protruding from the camera’s body.
The sleeves of his doublet which protruded from his leather casing were of the same colour and material as his trunks.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
From their rags protruded bones which had more dirt than flesh upon them.
As we drew near, one was demanding attention, in a most triumphant manner, to sundry vast knots which protruded from the log.
Smoke was curling upward from the stovepipe which protruded above the roof.
LEFT ON THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
The detective spun about, and protruded his heavy chin at the Duke.
THE GHOST BREAKERCHARLES GODDARD
In places the legs and arms protruded, brushing us as we passed.
Ed did not touch the grass at any point except one: the point where his protuberant stomach most protruded.
PAGAN PASSIONSGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
At that instant the bandaged hand protruded by chance a bit beyond its sling, and Darling's gaze rested upon it.
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