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  • Here and there she made detours to avoid the out-jutting talus, and at other times followed the ice in against the precipitous walls and hugged them closely around the abrupt bends.

    CHAPTER 9

  • The Indian went on past and disappeared towards Minto behind the out-jutting clump of trees.

    FINIS

  • A smaller cake drove against the out-jutting corner-logs and the cabin reeled.

    CHAPTER 24

  • They landed on an out-jutting cake, which, without support, overhung the water for sheer thirty feet.

    CHAPTER 25

  • But this he gave up as a vain task; and he sent more slides of soil down upon the scene of his labor, until no sign remained of the out-jutting walls of the vein.

    Chapter XXVII

  • The dandy, in the stern, with a careless look upward, tried with his foot to shove over the green leaves so as to cover the out-jutting butts of several rifles, but made the matter worse by exposing them more fully.

    CHAPTER IX

  • By the use of out-jutting stones and gaps in the masonry and a tough ivy root I got to the top in the end.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps

  • The falsework did not rest on the ground, but was supported on the out-jutting moldings of the capitals on top of the piers.

    The Pillars of the Earth

  • Either side of the arcade, the lower walls of the aisle had been built, with their out-jutting buttresses.

    The Pillars of the Earth

  • He went on, around the east end and along the south side of the chancel until he came to the out-jutting south transept.

    The Pillars of the Earth

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