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Silicone grippers on the underside of the strap kept it planted firmly on my shoulder, and the adjustment mechanism made it a cinch to tighten or loosen the strap one-handed as I moved around.
Eventually EmNet set up what it calls nodes on the underside of manhole covers.
Beyond the coating, the handle is ergonomic, and has a nice textured underside, so I don’t feel like I’m going to drop the pan—which is always nice.
Carefully he pulls Atif’s organoid up, cupping its underside.
Because airflow never reached the underside of the produce, those pieces dried rather slowly.
The underside of the upper wings have the costa and summit covered with spots and minute incontinuous lines of a yellowish colour.
The underside of the lower wings are sulphureous, with very fine undulating or rather incontinuous lines of a yellowish colour.
This insect comes very near to the P. teutonia of Godart and Donovan, particularly in its underside.
In other respects the underside of the superior wings is like the upper, except perhaps that it is yellowish at the base.
The underside, however, is different, as the extremity of the upper wings and the whole of the under wings are of a fawn colour.

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