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The webs were placed vertically, as is invariably the case with the genus Epeira: they were separated from each other by a space of about two feet, but were all attached to certain common lines, which were of great length, and extended to all parts of the community.
The ashes under the grate were lit by the fire vertically, like a torrid waste.
The eyes were far apart and protruding, the nose scarce more than two small, parallel slits set vertically above a round hole that was the mouth.
Of five coves, three, or all which had been sounded, were observed to have a bar quite across their mouths and deeper water within, so that the bay tended to be an expansion of water within the land not only horizontally but vertically, and to form a basin or independent pond, the direction of the two capes showing the course of the bar.
All night long, and every night, on this canal, there was a perfect storm and tempest of spitting; and once my coat, being in the very centre of the hurricane sustained by five gentlemen (which moved vertically, strictly carrying out Reid's Theory of the Law of Storms), I was fain the next morning to lay it on the deck, and rub it down with fair water before it was in a condition to be worn again.
this fin is some three or four feet long, growing vertically from the hinder part of the back, of an angular shape, and with a very sharp pointed end.
Tenders are invited for trim all trees within 30~ of the lateral offset of the pole to the bark vertically at a minimum of 65~.
They estimate that roughly half of the productivity gain in the steel industry came from efficient minimills displacing older and less productive vertically integrated steel plants.
We develop a partial equilibrium, competitive framework of a (potentially) vertically integrated industry.
The front portion and the rear portion extend vertically to an article waistline, being substantially the same level vertically when worn by the user.
Hanging from two huge counter-rotating propellers, the Pogo had no trouble rising vertically or transitioning to normal horizontal flight during its 1951-1955 flight testing program.
Each image contained a pair of faces and a pair of houses, with one pair aligned vertically and the other horizontally.