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  • verb Present participle of extrude.

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Examples

  • It is told that when Jesus Christ returns He is seen with a sword extruding from His mouth.

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  • It is told that when Jesus Christ returns He is seen with a sword extruding from His mouth.

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  • Some of his work, such as pieces that look like shoots of bamboo, came from a process called extruding, or pushing out the clay that is packed into a machine - "like a professional Play-Doh machine."

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  • Some of his work, such as pieces that look like shoots of bamboo, came from a process called extruding, or pushing out the clay that is packed into a machine - "like a professional Play-Doh machine."

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  • Each member of the group runs a different set of high-speed machines doing a distinct step, such as extruding long noodles of plastic, grinding them or cutting them into final product.

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  • Each member of the group runs a different set of high-speed machines doing a distinct step, such as extruding long noodles of plastic, grinding them or cutting them into final product.

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  • Each member of the group runs a different set of high-speed machines doing a distinct step, such as extruding long noodles of plastic, grinding them or cutting them into final product.

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  • The house is a long thin structure with a balcony extruding 6m out of the house that rests on 3 steel poles.

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  • I made them by extruding clay through a clay gun using the triple-circle die.

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  • Gaming cage workers, extruding machine operators, casino dealers, factory workers, telephone operators and entertainers round out the top 10 list, which was based on a study published in the Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

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