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the side of an automobile tire

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a wall that forms the side of a structure

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But in the morning when, dressed in my cork-jacket, I traversed the slushy mass at a temperature of six or seven degrees below zero, I remarked that the side walls were gradually closing in.
The side walls and the lower surface of the iceberg thickened visibly.
Not only will the side walls be pressed together; but there is not ten feet of water before or behind the Nautilus.
Down the side wall facing the window stood a row of kitchen chairs from which the older women had just risen.
Tenders are invited for Providing chamber, side walls, table drain and chian link fencing both sides opp: govt school in hakeempet under nanal nagar-69, div.
Using the side walls correctly can either end a rally or dictate a defensive return by your opponent.
A pair of side walls extends between the top and bottom walls so that a plurality of the diapers each folded back along the crotch region are compactly packed within a space surrounded by these walls.
The TKTS booth will be a free-standing, custom-fabricated fiberglass shell that sits beneath the steps, and will be visible through the glass side walls of the structure.
Generated heat from material against stationary side walls, abrasion or from material degradation is dramatically reduced with the MTG's rotating end disc design, according to the manufacturer.
Internal storage shelves are provided between the back of the racks and the Relay's body side walls.
The cut-away slab of the arcades had braced the side walls, which are of masonry and partly underground, so subject to lateral pressure from surrounding earth.
I nailed a spike through a post slot and secured both side walls.
Reconstruction is based on the principle of dividing the nose into aesthetic subunits: the tip, dorsum, alae, columella, side walls, and soft triangles.
Conventional shields have four-inch wide side walls.