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A family of spiders can catch prey many times their own weight by hitching silk lines to their quarry and hoisting the meaty prize up into the air.
I eventually found my quarry—found myself stumbling around inside it, giggling and gleefully swearing, neck craned—a few hours before sunset.
The better houses are built either of a fine blue stone, quarried on the beach of Victoria, or of brick.
All are quarried out upon a superlative scale of magnitude, and every one of them is a marvel.
He looks as solid as though th' columns iv th' building was quarried out iv him.
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At one place it comes through a deep break in the solid rock, which seems as if it must originally have been quarried.
Its quarried stones are still visible beneath the later brick arches in the vicinity of S. Giorgio in Velabro.
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A variety of fine-grained marble from the island of Paros, probably so called because quarried by torchlight.
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Ennis has breweries, distilleries and extensive flour-mills; and in the neighbourhood limestone is quarried.
About 600,000 yards of rock shale and bind were quarried out of it, and led to form the adjoining Oakenshaw embankment.

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derring-donoun | [der-ing-doo ]SEE DEFINITION