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    1. Glancing down at the front of his pants quickly, she noted with excitement that there was a definite protrusion there

    2. Won’t you, please?” She turned and bent over so that her buttocks were pointed straight at the protrusion at the front of his trousers

    3. The entrance was nothing but a hatch, which appeared to have been carved out, until Roidon pressed a rocky protrusion to make the hatch open

    4. backwards with a large and thick protrusion from the

    5. An incipient drowsiness of whitish smoke rose promising to reach major protrusion

    6. Whereas one would have a short, slender protrusion that opened and closed repeatedly, the next would appear to have a rounded hole that was flat and remained open

    7. time, I suffered from the protrusion of the lumbar intervertebral disc and a gastric ulcer

    8. As it turned out, she had a protrusion of two disks

    9. triangular protrusion that I took to be a nose and there was a slight

    10. Trevain had observed the strange way she moved, and he saw the angular protrusion of her shoulder and hip through her nightgown

    11. However, when he shoved his tongue into her mouth, she used the opportunity to pierce her teeth deeply into the wet protrusion

    12. “ This metal gag was principally used on scolding housewives, typically fashioned as a cage that locked onto the head and aided by a metal protrusion that fit into the mouth

    13. reaching too high, causing this protrusion to slant to the side, the

    14. After thrombosis, avoid prolonged sitting or standing, alcoholic binge, smoking, and hot bathes, or saunas, as they can trigger events that may cause a recurrence of another clot and protrusion

    15. The surface of this long sheet–iron cigar no longer offered a single protrusion that could hamper its

    16. The fa ç ade was battered, or inclined, at ground level, the slight protrusion giving an impression of fortification; but above were elegant pointed-arch two-light windows with a trefoil

    17. Raffles' slow wink and slight protrusion of his tongue was worse than a nightmare, because it held the certitude that it was not a nightmare, but a waking misery

    18. The word harami means “pregnant” in Japanese, and this describes the protrusion of the second session in this two-session indicator

    19. They deified the crocodile of the Nile, because the crocodile is tongueless; and the Sperm Whale has no tongue, or at least it is so exceedingly small, as to be incapable of protrusion

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    Synonymes pour "protrusion"

    jut jutting projection protrusion bulge bump excrescence extrusion gibbosity gibbousness hump prominence protuberance swelling outgrowth growth excess