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“When the started flooding, he rigged a series of pumps, powered by a generator in the back of his pickup truck, in hopes of diverting a chest-high torrent to the other side of a nearby road.”
“Bogoro, April 17 -- Wading through the chest-high grass outside of this hamlet in north-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Mathieu Nyakufa gestures to the bones -- still bleaching in the sun -- of those who have been lost to the country's wars.”
“Outside, the walls are covered chest-high with red muck, an indication of the extent of the surging flood of the corrosive sludge.”
“Many more streamed in on Sunday from a nearby Buddhist temple, fighting their way through fetid, chest-high floodwaters as they cross what used to be a six-lane highway in search of safer terrain.”
“He pointed out the chest-high water-level marks: "It came all the way up to here.”
“About an hour after the quake, Mr. Sato said he went to see how the office had weathered the tsunami and the water level was already chest-high.”
“Across the street, John Clingan rummaged through the ruins of his house, a chest-high pile of cinder blocks and jagged debris.”
“In the spring, the district is alive with pink and purple opium poppies; these days the same fields are thick with chest-high marijuana plants.”
“This is a very difficult problem to ever draw a picture of or even to see; it's a tough one," O'Malley told a handful of Goldsboro residents and state workers as he donned chest-high waders and waddled toward the side of Lake Bonnie as a stiff wind pushed the temperature near freezing.”
“Small, ankle-high, tip-toe-friendly streams became perilous chest-high rivers after the rains -- I waited for the water to recede.”
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