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1 He saw the corner of a magazine sticking out from under the blanket.
2 Slowly, he clawed his way out from under the collapsed building.
3 Steam billowed out from under the bonnet.
4 Paul's legs were sticking out from under the car.
5 I could see her toes peeping out from under the sheet.
6 A wisp of grey hair stuck out from under her hat.
7 The cat's tail was peeping out from under the bed.
8 I could just see her petticoat peeking out from under her skirt.
9 His big belly hangs out from under his short shirt.
10 Congressional Republicans are tempted to pull the rug out from under Bill Clinton wherever possible.
11 The crew swam out from under the canoe and attached themselves to the upturned hull.
12 It was too easy to just reach out from under the duvet and clunk the receiver up and down in its cradle.
13 The gaunt young inmate fished his bowl out from under his cot.
14 And her outdoor boots were sticking out from under the bed.
15 It peeked out from under the rim of my dad's dressing-gown with a horrible sauciness.
16 Billy peeked out from under his blanket.
17 Slowly I brought my feet out from under the chair.
18 I saw her pull a bag out from under the seat.
19 Claris looks out from under her limp-brimmed woollen hat and asks me for an orange with a charming broken-toothed smile.
20 A single darting yellow eye looked out from under a disheveled eyebrow.
21 His eyes were deep-set and almost feverish,[sentencedict.com][www.Sentencedict.com] shining out from under craggy brows.
22 So Ford must come out from under the fleet umbrella and make cars good enough to compete in the real world.
23 Pieces of the wings, shorn off by the impact, peeked out from under one corner of the tarp.
24 Her hat was an aggressively red felt and she peered out from under its big brim like a shrew ready to attack.
25 When she finally scooted out of the car and up the stoop, he pulled the cross out from under his sweater.
26 He grimaced and scratched his short, curly black hair where it stuck out from under his tartan cap.
27 Not until they come down will people begin to crawl out from under their loads of debt.
28 He returned to his room and pulled his holdall out from under the bed.
29 One minute I was a ploughman; the next I was scrambling to get out from under an interrogator's lamp.
30 His rib cage was missing on one side where a large piece of shell casing stuck out from under his breastbone.
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