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situated at or extending to great depth

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And there it stands, as upright and unplumbed as Whitman himself.
But for towns that are developing previously unplumbed areas, and have to lay pipe anyway, there are many purple pros.
They go on to argue that migration data is neither as poor nor as scarce as is widely assumed in research literature, describing previously unplumbed data sources and new methodologies they have used to develop their database.
Gober is best known for his inexplicable objects: unplumbed sinks, unusable cribs, male legs planted with candles or drilled with drains.
A certain atmosphere of breathless and unexplainable dread of outer, unknown forces must be present; and there must be a hint, expressed with a seriousness and portentousness becoming its subject, of that most terrible conception of the human brain--a malign and particular suspension or defeat of those fixed laws of Nature which are our only safeguard against the assaults of chaos and the daemons of unplumbed space.
The sharks' deep and long jaunts provide unprecedented access to ocean waters unplumbed by scientists, Holland said February 14.
The results are occasionally mixed, but as a whole the collection justifies the editors' claim in their introduction that this subject "still has unplumbed depths," and there is much to relish in the diverse range of interpretations and research evident throughout (viii).
The absurdity embodied in EU energy policy has now been compounded by blatant hypocrisy so that one wonders what depths remain unplumbed.
Isolation becomes cosmic indeed in "To Marguerite--Continued," which figures human beings as "in the sea of life enisled," between whom flows "The unplumbed, salt, estranging sea" ordained by God (ll.
walls, the caved-in slant of his roof, the unplumbed depth of his
That's one of the reasons carriers are focusing so heavily on big data and the ability to utilize unstructured data from previously unplumbed sources, such as social media, call center transcripts and email.
He's absolutely the center of this bloody horrorshow and it's to Lloyd's immense credit that his violently dystopic interpretation ultimately feels inevitable as it shines light into the play's often unplumbed depths.
In his treatise on Supernatural Horror in Literature, he described how weird tales, Lovecraft's brand of horror fiction, should aspire to invoke "that most terrible conception of the human brain--a malign and particular suspension or defeat of those fixed laws of Nature which are our only safeguard against the assaults of chaos and the daemons of unplumbed space" (15).
In current stable jockey Ryan Moore he has found his alter-ego in the saddle - awkward and sometimes evasive in the spotlight but masters of their respective crafts whose depths of expertise are too great to go unplumbed.
Thinking about James's narrative play with telegraphy can add to Cameron's insights about the novel's intense deliberation over how communication should work; telegrams inhabit the space of communication that is objective, public, circulating and yet they also generate unplumbed internal responses that are at times revealed and at times withheld by the narrative presentation of character's thoughts.