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“In the same room, a strange, ramshackle structure of untreated timber and plywood juts from a wall.”
“The novel then takes the reader on a tour from New England to Antarctica, which means Hethor must get past the Wall, a massive structure that juts from the equator several miles (if the exact number is in the book I missed it) above the surface of the planet.”
“If you go to France, the word juts out at a jaunty angle, whenever you listen to people speak -- communication, back-and-forth, is very important to such people.”
“Here, the square, solid front of a mountain juts out in a flash of golden hue against the flank of another embosomed in woods and dyed in dark green and purple; there, floating shadows, the reflection of casual clouds, scud across the landscape, until they have coursed away far out of view.”
“The coast line itself kind of juts out from the southwest towards the northeast.”
“It's just exactly where that dot is, it just kind of juts out.”
“But it wasn't until we got to Cedar Key, which kind of juts out into the Gulf of Mexico on the western side, northwestern side of Florida, did we really feel like we were in the middle of a tropical storm.”
“Of course, as you know -- do a little geography class -- that is Florida's Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canavarel, which kind of juts out there.”
“Surf by day, cosmopolitan comforts by night: we ate outside at pretty old clifftop restaurants, drank wine from Gérard Dépardieu's nearby vineyards, and wandered along the pier that juts from the spectacular coastline out through the breakers.”
“A great dome of rock juts up sheer from the road and the surrounding mountains are volcanic in origin and crazy in outline.”
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