“The main course of this river, not over twenty yards at its widest part, usually much narrower, is navigable for canoas for half a mile to a point where the land is dry and from which the town lies yet another mile distant.”
“The eyes not large but big and bright, and the chin narrower, giving a triangular shape to the face.”
“Playing in narrower release, the Will Ferrell-produced teen comedy "The Virginity Hit" flopped with just $300,000.”
“People have to specialise, in narrower and narrower fields.”
“Getting narrower is the next street (left) but, easily able to accommodate two cars with plenty of room to spare, it would no doubt permit passage of a Land Rover.”
“-- Is His compassion contracted within narrower limits now than formerly, so that He should delight in your destruction (compare Ps 77: 7-9; Isa 59: 1, 2)? are these his doings?”
“Also in narrower release, Music Box Films had solid results for "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest," which follows "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "The Girl Who Played With Fire" to finish the trilogy based on late author Stieg Larsson's best-selling thrillers.”
“A large group who accept moral luck do not explicitly address the problem of moral luck as so formulated because they focus on what Nagel identifies as a narrower issue, namely, that of free will.”
“The deeper we went into the woods, the narrower was the old roadway, until we found ourselves walking single file along a barely discernible trail.”
“The slower the tree grows, the narrower are the growth rings, and the denser and stronger is the timber.”
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