How To Use Underside In A Sentence

  • Community and self respect must be returned to the underclass or there will never be enough social workers to prevent this underside of Britain festering. Archive 2007-11-18
  • They stood side by side for a moment, staring into the torn undersides of the chair, at the cobwebs and the little balls of spider eggs.
  • A very typical view of them is with their head lifted to see if there is anything on the underside of a leaf above them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even though pittas are often very brightly colored, the color is usually located either on their undersides or on areas that can be covered when the wings are folded.
  • The plants grow usually on the underside of rotten wood or bark, and then the upper side of the cap lies against the wood, and is said to be resupinate. Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.
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  • The researchers rubbed roughly the same number of cowhage spicules the itch-inducing spiky bits of that plant, also known as velvet bean on three locations: the front of the ankle; on the underside of the forearm; and under the shoulder blade on the back. A Dip in the Pool Does an Aging Body Good
  • While I had the deck off of my riding mower, I sandblasted and painted the topside, then applied two coats of fiberglass resin to the underside.
  • Some species manage to live on land in humid tropical forests, undulating on mucus that they secrete from their undersides.
  • Also, the undersides of an osprey's feet are covered in spiny spicules which prevent fish from wriggling free.
  • Blacker than a moonless night and edged with crimson, the blue and purple undersides smelled of wing musk and of Dante—burning leaves and November frost and deep, dark earth. Etched in Bone
  • Often the algae accumulate in a thin layer on the underside of the ice sheet, dispersing when the ice melts.
  • Male urethritis is inflammation of the urine outlet tube that runs along the underside of the penis.
  • If the steps to the basement are open, install tracks and a pullout drawer on the underside of one or more steps.
  • The mark on the underside of this piece is classified as an emblem because it has characteristics that are typical of other emblems on ceramic ware of this type and period.
  • The vessel bucked and swerved as the upper atmosphere began to tug and grab at the smooth underside of the glider-car.
  • Reduce the heat to medium and cook each pancake for 2-3 minutes or until the pancake is golden brown on the underside. The Sun
  • The olive seal 25 depends from the underside of the top plate 20.
  • They rather resemble high-rise apartment blocks tipped on their sides (all those balconies), with a hull bolted on to the underside.
  • I'm also wondering if that was possibly done as an alternative to wearing an apron, since with the hem folded up like that any dirt would then fall on the underside of the dress or on the petticoat/underdress, and then once the chore was finished the hem could be let down again and the dirt is not visible. Modest Active Wear
  • You portray the bucolic aspects of small-town life, and this idealized family, then slowly reveal the dark underside of such a life.
  • Little gulls also have a distinctive dark underside to their wings. Times, Sunday Times
  • The white underside of this sparrow is streaked with buff and brown across the breast.
  • Here you can see the underside of the seat post support.
  • But we've put in a little twist where the rockets are actually attached to what we call a "descent stage" that flies the rover down and the rover is attached to the underside of that stage. Boing Boing
  • Looking in the dictionary, the word applies specifically to the horizontal underside of a cornice, not a vertical moulding, which is what you are showing. The Walls Incarnadine
  • Spoon dessertspoons of batter into the pan and cook on a medium heat until the underside begins to brown and the tops look lightly set.
  • Seeds appear to have been produced on the underside of the leaf, with the leaf edges rolled over to form an enclosing chamber.
  • Rose looked to have hit the winner when he unleashed a dipping volley which hit the underside of the bar and bounced over the line. The Sun
  • Make sure the loop stitching on the underside is covering the hem raw edge.
  • The cushioned surface of the liner is in contact with the foot while the interlocking grooves on the underside fit into the perforated cage to create the outsole.
  • Yogurt pots and cream containers with drainage holes punched in their undersides make perfect plant pots.
  • The underside of the panelled floor can be painted any colour, and the glass is sandblasted for a raised texture and given an acid polish for a shiny non-slip surface.
  • He exhaled the smoke and through the haze his eyes rested on the day's end; gulls scraped the underside of a grey sky, cormorants pierced leaden waters to emerge gullet-choked with fish.
  • Put these in a shallow dish and look for small animals on the stems and on the underside of leaves.
  • Check for pests and diseases: lift up the plant and inspect the underside of the leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • It would be easier to plant speakers in drywall and hang a canvas in front of them, or mount them on the less conspicuous underside of a shelf, than go through this hassle. sumocat Make Invisible Speakers By Sacrificing Six Books | Lifehacker Australia
  • For instance, the undersides of the bottom drawers of a highboy will be darker than those of the upper drawers.
  • Steam hissed out from the underside of the panels and the rotating slowed to a halt, the poles chinking into place in the cold, metal floor.
  • Here is a picture I took in the field; the planarian was still on the underside of the log. Bipalium adventitium
  • He added another with a superb strike which hit the underside of the crossbar into the goal.
  • He rolled up his shirt-sleeve and compared the white underside if the arm with his face. Chapter 4
  • At the underside of the sixth floor, the atrium narrows to a small opening encircled by polished granite voussoirs.
  • Plus Glenn were rocked back on their heels three minutes later when Kevin Savage lashed a thunderous shot off the underside of the Glenn crossbar and into the net.
  • On touchdown, all three landing gears were sheared and the aircraft underside was substantially damaged.
  • We also saw a citreoline trogon, a gorgeous bird with a predominantly yellow underside.
  • Now, at almost 60, she has grown into a crotchety, cantankerous old woman who, nonetheless, has a deeply sensitive underside and a great affection for the children she minds.
  • The underside should be pale green to light yellow, or just beginning to turn white.
  • Light upbeat pop music with a darker underside. The Sun
  • Researchers looked at 471 baby boys born with a malformation called hypospadias, where the opening of the penis appears on the underside, rather than the tip. - The Consumerist
  • It is also a good time to clean the underside of the deck and remove grass clippings and leaves.
  • A muffled ex-plosion echoed from within the shuttle's underside. Mid Flinx
  • The manipulation of the young is the dark underside of the story, though mostly we know little about it. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Now its underside was illuminated by the lights of the space station, and by the reflected light of the planet.
  • Flakes of a fatty substance are excreted from glands between the joints on the underside of the worker bee's abdomen.
  • But the flames quickly spread along the underside of the thatch and in less than two hours the whole building was gutted.
  • For those of you with an overhang to your roof line, you'll want to apply a flat soffit to the underside of the overhang.
  • Selby were unlucky not to go further in front when Jason Harris thundered a 20-yard shot against the underside of the crossbar.
  • Periodically check the underside of the frittata to ensure it is not browning too quickly.
  • A muscle closely related to flexor hallucis longus is fibulotarsalis, which arises from the fibula and inserts, via the sustentaculum, to the underside of calcaneus and the navicular bones.
  • Relatively large, the leaves are a dull light green with a paler underside during growing season.
  • Using acrylic paint and glass medium, paint your design on the tile (or the underside for better protection).
  • Females have gray caps and a slightly lighter rufous color on the undersides.
  • Ms. Benson inspected the underside of a fritillaria with her "garden peeping stick. Open Gardens in New York
  • Male sharks have structures known as claspers located on the underside near their anal fins. ScubaBoard
  • This can be difficult with large trees, but if you can hit the undersides with jets of water or insecticidal soap, you may lessen the problem.
  • Punch two grommets at each corner, and thread a length of rope through the holes from the underside.
  • Food particles were transported along the radial ducts, which penetrate through the marginals, to ambulacra on the underside of the disc, and eventually to the central mouth.
  • A colony of ants on the move from one nest site to another exhibits the Kafkaesque underside of emergent control.
  • Thorax thickly clothed with fawn-coloured hairs; body above, shining ochrey inclined to orange; short tuft at the end of the body; underside lateritious; upper surface of first pair of wings fawn, with a reddish hue, densely covered with hair-like scales, with shorter and somewhat square scales beneath, the scales over the nervures, being reddish; an indistinct line of seven obscure spots still more indistinctly connected by a zigzag reddish line, runs across the wing nearly parallel to its apical margin, and nearer the tip of the wing than the middle. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • The cuffs on her arms had been ripped off, and although he could only see the underside of her arms, there was a hint of leopard spots dappling the sides.
  • The supply of air for filling these is taken from the propeller draught by a slanting aluminium tube to the underside of the envelope, where it meets a longitudinal fabric hose which connects the two ballonet air inlets. British Airships, Past, Present, and Future
  • If you stick your head through the loft hatch on one of these cold nights, I'll bet you will see condensation running down the underside of the sarking felt or roof slates. Telegraph.co.uk: news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph
  • The ball was floated the other way, where it caught the underside of the crossbar and dropped over the line.
  • To add interest to the surface and before fitting it over the plywood, we dimpled the copper (from the underside) using a hammer and nailset.
  • I've been quite enjoying the bearded look even though my beard is a bit strange: it pretty much only grows on the underside of my chin.
  • The slavery convictions shed light on a seedy underside of the economy that most people are completely unaware of.
  • Tighten the screws until the underside of the screwhead is cutting through the paint on the fixture's surface and the pan is tight up against the ceiling surface. Epinions Recent Content for Home
  • The return of Kavanagh after a long absence due to injury is a big bonus for Heys at this stage of the season and he almost crowned his return with a goal when a long distance shot hit the underside of the bar before rebounding to safety.
  • The rocking motion of the car over the uneven track, and the rhythmic pounding against the underside of the car.
  • The air suspension and ride height adjuster don't work properly, which means when the car is full the rear suspension is so low the underside scrapes on speed bumps.
  • Position the floor flange so that the underside of the flange is at the level of the finished floor.
  • The soundpost is a cylindrical piece of wood inside the violin, viola or cello body that joins the belly to the underside of the instrument, and is located below one foot of the bridge.
  • For today's recipe I would trim as much surface fat from the underside of the lamb as possible.
  • In fact, apparently, the easiest way to sex your cockroach is to count the number of of segments on the underside of its abdomen, according to roach expert Joseph Kunkel, a biology professor at the University of Mass., Boing Boing
  • The car had turned over in the ditch, and its underside was covered in oil and mud.
  • All around the pedestal, black tentacles grew of the mist, thick and hairy, their undersides covered with tiny snapping jaws.
  • From inside it sounds like a Spitfire with the whine of the gearbox, a resonance through the uncarpeted cockpit and stones rattling like bullets off the underside.
  • A thin detachable cord connects the underside of the mouse to the tip of the transceiver. First notebook mouse with built-in memory
  • If you are able without bad consequence to examine the underside of a rattlesnake, do so.
  • These humps can cause damage to the suspension and underside of cars driving legally at 30 mph or under, as well as disfiguring an attractive road.
  • Rose looked to have hit the winner when he unleashed a dipping volley which hit the underside of the bar and bounced over the line. The Sun
  • The model number is on the label located on the underside of the high chair's foot rest. Medlogs - Recent stories
  • Fluorescent lighting illuminates the white underside of the outer shell generating a soft iridescence that evokes the mystery of a subterranean grotto, with the cave-like auditorium at its heart.
  • Its underside will become home to mussels and other shellfish, acting as a natural purification plant for the marine environment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Conservation Ruberlok is applied internally to the underside of the roof leaving the external appearance unchanged.
  • Its underside is covered with a dense layer of very fine, silky hairs that trap air contained in the cocoon to form a thin, silvery cushion, called a plastron.
  • The family Esocidae's lateral-line system includes lengthwise rows of pores along each side, as well as pores scattered over the body and head, including those on the underside of the jaw.
  • He was four and had a halo of blonde hair that felt like the soft down on a rosella's underside.
  • On the underside of the head is the paired proboscis, which is used to suck nectar from flowers.
  • A photograph of the balustrade and the underside of the eaves of the main sanctuary at the inner shrine extends to the edge of all four sides of the left page with no frame.
  • However, Dobie's effort was cleared off the line via the underside of the crossbar by Chris Powell.
  • Leaves can be green or patterned, often with red-tinged undersides or spotted with deep plum.
  • Romaric hit the far post with a long-range drive from the right in the 17th, catching Ri completely off guard, but was on target with a header in the 20th after Drogba's powerful drive cannoned off the underside of the crossbar. Ivory Coast & North Korea Eliminated From World Cup
  • The leaves are green on top and silvery on the underside.
  • Then, finally and fatally decided, they executed the screwing half rolls which brought their jaws against the undersides of sauropod and carnosaur alike. AMBL
  • Her eyes rolled back in their sockets, showing the milky-white underside of her eyeballs.
  • My shot hit the underside of the bar and bounced down and out of the net. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is about the same size, and has the body ringed with black and yellow; the legs are brown; the femora on underside fringed with whitish hairs, simply pectinated; many of the pectinations of the antennae end in a bristle-like hair; palpi somewhat prominent; last joint pointed. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • The underside is defined with a hard sharp shadow that emphasizes the top image fading into the walls and ceiling.
  • Check the underside for signs of heavy scuffing as this could imply track use.
  • Antennæ and legs black; thorax slightly covered with cinereous tomentum; stripes, pectus, and underside of the abdomen hoary; tibiæ red, with black tips; wings brownish grey; radial areolet with a slate-coloured stripe. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • Apply a bead of plumber's putty (not caulk) on the underside of the flange on the drain to seal it with the sink.
  • Then the airflow is diffused, only to be recompressed and diffused again as it moves along the underside of the car past the muffler and the fuel tank.
  • From 20 yards out, his thunderbolt crashed off the underside of the crossbar to leave Terriers' goalkeeper Ian Gray clutching at air.
  • Leaves on the sweet bay and bigleaf (M. macrophylla) have silvery undersides that shimmer in the wind.
  • A spring-loaded, ball bearing detent holds the leg tightly against the underside of the rifle stock until needed.
  • The Eleanore was heavy, a typical island oyster boat with her low bow and leaded underside. COASTLINERS
  • I cut some cosmos and sunflowers for the kitchen table today (since I had a clean kitchen, it seemed sensible to decorate it) and discovered that many of the flowers had paralyzed green bottle flies spider-silked to the underside. i nom, therefor i am.
  • If the statuette is meant to depict Homotherium, it provides us with some new information on the life appearance of this cat, as it appears to be decorated with small spots, and to have a pale underside. Archive 2006-03-01
  • The Angora's coat - medium long on the body, more profuse on the underside and ruff - is fine and silky with an inclination toward waviness.
  • It is on the underside of this plate that the bellicose termite constructs its most spectacular architectural invention.
  • There was no wind and the sun seeping through the underside of the leaves turned them to glass. Times, Sunday Times
  • We wanted to expose the wretched underside of the global energy supersystem. AMERICAN SUBVERSIVE
  • By the next day her lips had swelled and turned the pale, pinkish hue of the underside of her tongue.
  • The ball struck the underside of the bar and bounced clear with the keeper rooted to the spot.
  • I found a colony of small white termites eating up the underside of a board.
  • The state of pavements, shoe soles and the undersides of school desks look set to improve dramatically in Spain following a government decision to take some of the gumminess out of chewing gum. Chewing gum 'too sticky' a problem, says Spanish government
  • Writers and engravers of pornography came out of the demimonde of heretics, freethinkers and libertines who made up the underside of those formative Western developments.
  • A large specimen of birch polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) growing on the underside of a fallen trunk. says: The Magpie's Hoard
  • Small television monitors hang from the underside of the balcony, allowing congregants to get a better view of the speakers and occasionally themselves as a cameraman makes his way through the crowd, capturing up-close the jubilant scene of worship and praise that is intensifying throughout the sanctuary. American Grace
  • This place was getting under her skin, crawling on the underside of it, out of her reach and control.
  • the abaxial surface of a leaf is the underside or side facing away from the stem
  • Ashcroft thundered a free-kick from 20 yards against the underside of the bar.
  • It is best distinguished from the Canadian Tiger Swallowtail (P. canadensis) by the entirely yellow lunular submarginal spots on the underside of the hindwing.
  • For today's recipe I would trim as much surface fat from the underside of the lamb as possible.
  • A dome-shaped metal boss was set in the middle of each shield with a grip running across the underside and attached both to the boss and to the wood.
  • He noted that the mortar joint between the top of the brick and the underside of the plate was solid.
  • Buying tip Rust is a problem for early cars, so get the car on a ramp and check the underside. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another pernicious pest affecting house plants is scale, which appears as small lumps (either white, brown, pink or black) that form colonies on stems, on the underside of leaves and along the midribs.
  • There's unfortunately nothing you can do about this, but you can stabilize the damaged areas by sewing a bit of cotton gauze to the underside with silk thread.
  • The underside of the floor slab was cast with domed coffers which have been fitted with circular glass light fittings.
  • Evidence that Jackson's home was originally a two-story house is the decorative beading on the underside of the floor joists.
  • An underside view of the extended hand of a bat showing the webbed fingers which make flight possible.
  • By the time of spring, his hedgehog had put on so much weight that his short paws were hardly visible beneath his stuffed underside.
  • Not only the top but also the underside of that shell glistened from the stone polishing. Owls, Turtles, Javelinas And Rabbits
  • The antique pool table is a mahogany beauty, six feet by 12 feet, with the words "Northwest" engraved on the underside of the pool table's bed.
  • I installed large-toothed brass jacket zippers, hidden by a dressmaker's placket, on the underside of each of the larger pieces so that they might be stuffed later with cardboard boxes and big foam rubber chunks.
  • Yes | No | Report from Cgull wrote 20 weeks 6 days ago channel cats have a longer fin on the underside that runs in front of the tail, are light in color. flatheads have a flat head and a larger mouth, flathead feed mostly at night and are sometimes called a yellow cat and have a more rounded anal fin. the bullhead is shorter, has a bull head, has a rounded anl fin and is darker how do you tell channel, flathead, and bullhead catfish apart?
  • Trailing by two goals to one towards the end of the first half, a chance to draw level was denied when Frank Lampard's shot cannoned down off the underside of the German crossbar and landed a couple of feet behind the goal-line before bouncing back up, hitting the bar again and spinning into the goalkeeper's arms. World Cup 2010: Echoes of '66 - but it's all over for England's golden generation
  • Tl hair on its underside had been shaved a few days before he left the tower, but it was growing in again. A different flesh
  • Support of bedplate (1/20 inch zinc), 3 inches high from wooden base to underside of bedplate. Things To Make
  • Moderate setter-like feathering adorns the chest, underbody , backs of the legs, buttocks, and may also be present on the second thigh and underside of the tail.
  • Take up every fourth or fifth board, so that you can reach between the joists and the undersides of boards.
  • Her head banged sharply against the underside of the desk.
  • I like the fact it's such a happy song with a very dark underside. The Sun
  • A brass plate on the underside of the handgrip handle reads: Patented Dec.8, 1883.
  • Simon Collins, from ten yards, then thundered the rebound on to the underside of the bar before the ball bounced away.
  • Using a series of flexible solar cells as leaves, GROW takes the shape of ivy growing on a building - the leaves are solar cells while the wind that causes them to flutter is harvested as viable energy using a series of piezoelectric generators on the underside of each leaf. SMIT’s GROW: Solar and Wind Photovoltaic ‘Leaves’ | Inhabitat
  • Put these in a shallow dish and look for small animals on the stems and on the underside of leaves.
  • His wings were orange and striped with white on the undersides.
  • Music-hall dancers called for shortened skirts, and their high kicks gave more emphasis to the ruffled underside and bloomers than to the exterior of the garments.
  • The map affixed to the underside of the top of the box, showing the east and west coastlines of the peninsula joined to create a continuous coast.
  • Reduce the heat to medium and cook each pancake for 2-3 minutes or until the pancake is golden brown on the underside. The Sun
  • This leaves out of account the eight live musicians, whose sound is amplified so as to move directionally around the circular auditorium; Carl Fillion's Buckminster Fuller-inspired "skeletal substructure of a huge turtle," a latticed dome that supports all sorts of gymnastic maneuvres; the projections onto the plastron underside of the "turtle," which culminate in projections of swimmers, who then appear to emerge from it — in person, as it were. 'Totem' Should Top the Polls
  • From the window of her grandmother's room there was only a view of the underside of a fire escape, and one side of a Lutheran church. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
  • Spotted Sandpipers are distinctive shorebirds with bold, dark spots on their undersides during the breeding season.
  • The male flowers are like small yellow pots, and grow on the pale underside of the dark green leaves. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pistons are jet cooled on the underside and piston skirts have a special coating to assure a smooth break-in period.
  • A colony of ants on the move from one nest site to another exhibits the Kafkaesque underside of emergent control.
  • The silvery underside of the leaves gives the whole plant a luminous sheen. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fire crackled in the night as tongues of flames licked the underside of the fish roasting on the spit.
  • Remarkably, the horn had been thinned down in antiquity, leaving only a curious ‘keel’ raised proud on the underside.
  • Try out the required stain removal on a small concealed area, such as the underside of a hem. Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings
  • Its bulky, tough concrete forms and large expanses of glass are softened with unexpectedly elegant touches: striated Italian marble that decorates the borders of two large cantilevers; light rods that enliven the glass wall beneath an overhang; white-aluminum-paneled ceilings, dotted with lights and embellished with a stamped pattern, that extend into the building from the underside of the cantilevers. Lee Rosenbaum: First Look: Rem Koolhaas' Architecture For Architects At Cornell University
  • So there go my aspirations of editing my inbox to have Sciby confess his want for some neons to put on the underside of his car.
  • The leaves have a thin fawn to gray indumentum on the underside and are not shiny on the upper surface.
  • Exposed surfaces of glass slides, especially the undersides, should be painted with paraffin wax before placing in the container.
  • The underside of the ice acts like an upside-down coral reef, providing young krill both food and shelter.
  • Figure 17.6 Key Haploid (n) Diploid (2 n) Egg (n) Zygote (2 n) Sperm (n) (released from male gametangium) Gametophyte (n) (underside) Fertilization Clusters of sporangia New sporophyte (2 n) growing out of gametophyte Mature sporophyte (independent of gametophyte) Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Gently hold the male on his back with one hand to expose his underside, and with the other hand, simultaneously squeeze his body in a direction from behind the operculum to the gonopodial area.
  • For example, many invertebrates take refuge under rocks where they find a humid habitat away from sunlight and predators; the undersides of rocks are their microhabitat. Archive 2008-02-01
  • As soon as the wheels break from the underside of the wings, the draft of air up through the cockpit starts the same buffeting as before.
  • The block and facings were then attached to a quadrant-shaped board nailed to the underside of the carcass.
  • They painted the underside of their planes with a black varnish.
  • The underside of the MCM is covered with a grid of solder ball contacts that have a relatively coarse spacing of 2-3 mm and can be attached to a circuit board using standard SMD or solder reflow techniques.
  • Below the underside of the anchor plate, through the nine eyes of each row, all matched in position as one, big steel pins were inserted and drawn up against the plate, fitting into semicylindrical grooves, and thereby forming the first link, a double-tiered link, of a gigantic double-tiered eyebar chain that extended up through the masonry in a gradual arc until it surfaced on top. The Great Bridge
  • He can see crows nesting on the underside of tree branches, and leaves fluttering down to the sky.
  • Skipper Casey thundered a massive 35-yard free kick off the underside of the Omagh crossbar and from the rebound it was like the Alamo with Reilly and Hoey both failing to force the ball across the line.
  • A simple vegetable peeler or paring knife produces similar strips, but you will probably need to scrape away the bitter white pith on the underside.
  • When they fly up, they make plaintive calls, and one sees their bright white underside. Times, Sunday Times
  • Oblivious to their visitor, they continued to jab away at their mother's underside.
  • Stacking the slabs risks both a proper bond between the first and second slabs and possible slab curl from the top section curing faster than the underside, to mention just two potential damages.
  • One hit the underside of the crossbar and the other was inches from being met by Costa at close range. Times, Sunday Times
  • The brown kurrajong (COMMERSONIA ECHINATA) exhibits it even more conspicuously, and, when the dusty white flowers — displayed in almost horizontal planes — are buffeted by the winds and the white undersides of the leaves are revealed, the whole style of the tree is transformed as a demure damsel is by tempestuous petticoats. Tropic Days
  • There is also a rear loading ramp which forms the underside of the rear fuselage.
  • The flowers are stamineous and seem to be of an herbaceous colour, growing among the leaves, which are short and almost round, very stiff and ribbed on the underside, of a dark green above, and A Voyage to New Holland
  • So the night before, we drove to the midway point of the bridge, where Steve got out, climbed over the fence, and attached his rope to the catwalk on the underside of the bridge.
  • Either faucet can be installed with standard tools, although you may need a basin wrench to reach up to the nuts that hold the faucet to the underside of the sink.
  • It does not seem too bad when you are driving over it, apart from the little stones that jump up and damage the underside of the car.
  • The minerals associated with the quartz in this vein, especially the cuprite and mispickel, are found most abundantly upon the foot-wall side, or underside of the quartz itself. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 79, May, 1864

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