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1. He protruded his tongue.
2. A rotting branch protruded from the swamp like a ghostly arm.
3. He managed to hang on to a piece of rock protruding from the cliff face.
4. The child protruded his tongue.
5. He glimpsed a gun protruding from the man's pocket.
6. The envelope was protruding from her bag.
7. The tip of her tongue was protruding slightly.
8. Helen's teeth protrude too far.
9. The handle of a cricket bat protruded from under his arm.
10. The policeman saw a gun protruding from the man's pocket.
11. He hung his coat on a nail protruding from the wall.
12. His stomach protruded slightly.
13. Protruding from his belly was an ugly purple scar.
14. The belly button was protruding and it looked ready to burst.
15. And so does riding a bicycle,[sentencedict .com] with many protruding branches to track and avoid.
16. A few that remain protrude from the side and top, synthetic stalactites in a cavern of the sea.
17. A major improvement was the use of a rechargeable battery inside the transmitter, which was recharged via two protruding wires.
18. The tyre tread does not protrude beyond the wheel arch, but the side wall does noticeably.
19. They were thirsty and starving, vacant-eyed beasts with bellies bloated from hunger and protruding ribs.
20. These bronze fastenings protrude through the keel and would have secured the main station frames of the hull.
21. The fit between CypA and the binding edge of CsA is excellent and centres round the protruding side chain of MeVal-11.
22. Tending to protrude or project.
23. To push out or protrude ( the lips ).
24. His teeth protrude like fangs.
25. It made his great nose protrude more arrogantly.
26. Her teeth protrude too far.
27. Anachronisms hang and protrude from every angle.
28. He stood before an arrangement with a central capstan or gearbox from which horizontal arms of various lengths protruded in all directions.
29. He was in his early thirties with dark skin and a long face from which protruded a sharp, aquiline nose.
30. This condition, called neoteny, means it keeps its tadpole-like dorsal fin, which runs almost the length of its body, and its feathery external gills, which protrude from the back of its wide head.
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