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- adj. planted at regular intervals with a specified space between them
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Beyond it other lights, spaced out at longish intervals, for the houses in Riva Bella Road are surrounded by good-sized gardens.
The boats were appreciably nearer, for they were no longer black specks but boats, creeping beetle-like over the surface towards them, three of them, already spaced out in their race to effect a recapture.
Grant, who kept the Tesla parallel to the dump truck, watched in horror as the Liebherr purposely approached the piles of bricks, spaced out at fifty-foot intervals to allow forklifts to carry the brick pallets out.
He saw tiny fins and guessed at landing craft spaced out around the hull.