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From below, it was possible to distinguish upon the upper plateau of the Great Douvre a sort of protuberance.
A hummock is a protuberance raised upon any plane of ice above the common level.
As the protuberance becomes more prominent one half of the spindle passes into it.
Behind the six somites with prominent appendages there are four well-marked somites, each with a small protuberance.
There is a slight protuberance on the caudal lobe, which is possibly the remnant of the cumulus.
As the sun approached the horizon, the lad seated himself upon a rocky protuberance and looked off over the surrounding country.
The miscreant had managed to crouch behind a rocky protuberance, and then made a sudden leap upon the shoulders of the hunter.
The tail feathers of a fowl are borne on a fleshy protuberance at the lower end of the spine.
OUR DOMESTIC BIRDSJOHN H. ROBINSON
There is a protuberance just in front of the middle of the body.
Bows of ribbon are attached to every possible protuberance of the furniture.

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