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1. She stared at the fissure.
2. The fissure is about a foot across.
3. To the right there was a small fissure.
4. Finally she came to the end of the fissure.
5. The fissure widened, swallowing the djain.
6. We have plumbed the fissure and as far as.
7. A slender fissure opened across his small face.

8. Nerissa left the fissure on the next outflowing tide.
9. With a grunt of pain, he escapes through his fissure.
10. OK, said Wade but that still leaves that fissure.
11. As the dust settled they saw that another fissure had.
12. I estimate that a crew can seal one fissure per day.
13. The fissure across the rock had of course been cordoned.
14. Jim to where the fissure disappeared under the wall of the.
15. You will be thrown about and could be swallowed in a fissure.
16. No hemmorhoids? A small fissure, what’s that? he asked.
17. A snap filled the universe, and a fissure appeared in my vision.
18. Clumps of snow and loose rock fell out revealing a small fissure.
19. Carefully she inserted the point of the file into the fissure to.
20. I follow quickly, I ascend to the nest in the fissure of the cliff.
21. In several places earth slides had almost filled in the fissure, but the.
22. Davis stared at the small crack, curling his eyebrows as the fissure spread around him.
23. Emma placed her letter at the end of the garden, by the river, in a fissure of the wall.
24. Fionn and Eilidh shared a worried glance as the group moved into the fissure behind Shela.
25. The reparation of a fissure of the length of 1 1/2 inches in the right side of his guest's jacket.
26. Nowhere is this fissure more apparent than that separating its Liberal and Conservative components.
27. They both tore feverishly at the edges of the fissure until the hole was large enough to squeeze through.
28. They had not gone very far when they came upon a great fissure that yawned suddenly black before their feet.
29. The present Communist Regime insists, however, in limiting that opening to a mere commercial fissure or crack.
30. The venom was so lethal and acidic that it bored through the beast and turned it into ashes as the fissure spread.
31. His javelin slammed into the earth where Artemis had been a split second before, and a fissure opened in the rocks.
32. Optimism would be nice at a time like this, she muttered as she stepped over a decent-sized fissure in the ground.
33. In around ad 924, the Icelandic volcanic fissure system known as Eldgjá began an eruption that lasted between four and seven years.
34. Though bound and tethered to a thick stalagmite at the back end of the cave, Nerissa had enough room to relieve herself over a fissure.
35. A little to the south of it, is a fissure in the puddingstone, formed by a separation of the rock, ten feet wide, and as deep as the cave.
36. He tried to find a handhold in the rocks, a fissure, a jutting piece of granite or lime, but all he could grasp was the thin, cold rush of air.
37. While Caroline studied Beth, her emotionless soul developed a fissure, allowing a sense of sympathy to enter, and suddenly, she was anxious to help.
38. The guys on the surface only found two small fissures and they fil ed them right then and there with balloons dropped down ten feet into the fissure.
39. For the Chinese heathenism of California remains to-day, so far as we can see, substantially a solid mass, without any fissure, though not without a scar.
40. A fissure one inch wide and fourteen deep, forming an almost perfect ellipsis, whose diameters are 9 and 5½ rods, marks the exterior limit of the convulsion.
41. It rose like a lava fountain from the fissure of emotions that sat below the lithosphere of self-control, like tectonic plates separating intense hatred spewed forth.
42. If an earthquake hits right in the middle of a house, resulting in half on each side of the fissure but the house still intact, is this what is referred to as a home stretch?
43. As the blankets yielded before the outward pressure, and the branches settled in the fissure of the rock by their own weight, forming a compact body, Duncan once more breathed freely.
44. On examining it he found that the door was not a door; it had neither hinges, cross-bars, lock, nor fissure in the middle; the iron bands traversed it from side to side without any break.
45. The earth, to the depth it has frozen the past winter, 14 inches, is broken on a straight line above 6 rods, and the south edge of the fissure, having been forced up, overlaps the other, three feet.
46. Perhaps this cave and fissure were formed by the washing of the waters of the lake we have mentioned on the sandstone and conglomerate beneath; thus causing the superincumbent rock to fall and separate.
47. When the place came to be overflowed, water would immediately rush in through any fissure, and this hydraulic and hydrostatic effort would force the air out at any orifice, and thus blow the water up with it.
48. Across the street, in front of the synagogue, a halo of green snow marked the entrance to the B/C station, from which Charlie continued not to emerge, and suddenly, shivering, she was struck by a deep fissure in the fairness of things.
49. At last I could discern, at the far end of this flesh peninsula, what seemed a half-flat face with a frail phantom of skull beneath, an open fissure for an eye, a ravenous nostril, and a red wound which ripped wide to surprise me as a mouth.
50. Yet he did not leave a foot of this granite wall, as impenetrable as futurity, without strict scrutiny; he did not see a fissure without introducing the blade of his hunting sword into it, or a projecting point on which he did not lean and press in the hopes it would give way.
51. A fissure seemed to have opened in objective space, or subjective space, or in some third space altogether, and for a second, as I stood there looking, this factitious quality spread to take in the elevator-shaft warning on the building across the street—likewise fake, or real—and the orange construction placard by a subway entrance farther off.
52. Every appearance on the spot will justify this conclusion, that the frozen surface of the earth around, has pressed with great force from every direction to this ellipsis as a centre; for, were every fissure in the ellipsis to be filled by replacing the earth, there must remain on its longer axis and at the extremities of this, an overplus of surface two feet wide.
53. Consequently, the freezing earth is forced upward, but being of unequal strength in different places, it cracks at the weakest spot; and the earth, for some distance on the sides of the fissure, is thrown into the position of two planes gently inclined, their relative position resembling that of a very flat roof, and the more they are lifted by frost, the more they will decline from one another, and the wider will be the fissure.
54. Quite recently, at Villette, when it became necessary to pass the collecting sewer under the SaintMartin canal without interrupting navigation or emptying the canal, a fissure appeared in the basin of the canal, water suddenly became abundant in the subterranean tunnel, which was beyond the power of the pumping engines; it was necessary to send a diver to explore the fissure which had been made in the narrow entrance of the grand basin, and it was not without great difficulty that it was stopped up.
55. And if at such times you should think that you really perceived drops of moisture in the spout, how do you know that they are not merely condensed from its vapour; or how do you know that they are not those identical drops superficially lodged in the spout-hole fissure, which is countersunk into the summit of the whale's head? For even when tranquilly swimming through the mid-day sea in a calm, with his elevated hump sun-dried as a dromedary's in the desert; even then, the whale always carries a small basin of water on his head, as under a blazing sun you will sometimes see a cavity in a rock filled up with rain.
56. Above this natural cleft would be a fissure,.
57. Within this fissure immediately above the cleft,.
1. Seasons had passed over her, their alternating chill and warmth fissuring her strong heart like cracks in stone.
1. Stared at the fissured spine of his old, once-beloved copy of Marx’s Capital, leaning.
2. This old majestic ash, with lined and fissured bark and pale green cigar shaped leaves, was, his father told him, a 'mother tree'.
3. The rock above the four colossi on the façade, which is of sandstone with layers of clay, had become fissured, threatening an immediate fall.
1. The illusionist fissures away.
2. Fissures appeared around the base of the.
3. Nevertheless, it still has fissures in terms of.
4. Recovery from anal fissures and related disorders.
5. Flames spurted from fissures in the rocks, and everywhere.
6. Here and there, snow sifted down through fissures and crevices.
7. The caverns on Mars are ful of fissures that lead to the surface.
8. By the time I reached your tower, fire was spewing from fissures.
9. December 15, 2108: The fissures had all been sealed and pressure.
10. There are deep caverns and fissures that reach none know whither.
11. Light erupts around me as the Court fae vanish into their fissures.
12. The large part had a very high ceiling and very few fissures to the.
13. The Soul is rendered feeble by maladies when it slips into the fissures.
14. October 8, 2108: The four fissures in what they were all referring to as.
15. There are plants, fissures, algae vines, and miles of underwater mountains.
16. Until al of the fissures have been sealed and the cavern pressurized you must.
17. Skies billowed and poured acid rain into fissures in those rocks, fissures that.
18. Technology stocks caused major fissures in short portfolios in the 1990s: America Online, U.
19. The fissures split through to the ceiling, a cascade of sand runs in from the widening hole.
20. The pedestal was cracked and the fissures were filled with mastiha the chewing gum from Hios.
21. IT HADN’T TAKEN long after his return from Altana for fissures to resurface in Mercer’s life.
22. HYDRATION COMPLEX can be used for hemorrhoids, in the same way it can be used for anal fissures.
23. There smokes trailed on the ground and lurked in hollows, and fumes leaked from fissures in the earth.
24. Whitecaps slapped into the fissures, a sensation that Louie compared to having alcohol poured onto a wound.
25. The asphalt had split in a lightning-streak pattern, and more tangles of weed sprouted through the fissures.
26. Fissures, alien crabs with twelve arms, glowing eels with wings and square-shaped stingrays parade the ocean floor.
27. And he isn't going to mess with my pans!' With that he carried all the gear away to one of the many gaping fissures.
28. The eruption occurred from several vents along a 75-km-long (46-mile) discontinuous system of fissures and produced about 19.
29. Wherever they looked, they found the seabed crazed with recent fissures, many still glowing, and issuing steam and other gasses.
30. The amount of sulphur that would be present in the gas depended on how many open fissures there were at the time, and it was probably a lot.
31. The guys on the surface only found two small fissures and they fil ed them right then and there with balloons dropped down ten feet into the fissure.
32. Anal fissures are one of the most painful, and hard-to-treat anorectal disorders because no one can stop the waste excretion process when trying to heal.
33. The Indians silently repaired to their appointed stations, which were fissures in the rocks, whence they could command the approaches to the foot of the falls.
34. It was that first, redoubtable moment of inundation, when the stream rises to the level of the levee and when the water begins to filter through the fissures of dike.
35. Notwithstanding his large stomach, certainly not intended to penetrate the fissures of the Campagna, he slid down like Peppino, and closing his eyes fell upon his feet.
36. Under immense pressure from the crust, and/or mantle, bearing down on this water layer, this water may have surfaced through fissures, capillaries or pathways in the crust.
37. The brook was irregular in its width, sometimes shooting through narrow fissures in the rocks, and at others spreading over acres of bottom land, forming little areas that might be termed ponds.
38. They are triedral prisms, with convex faces, striated longitudinally, and generally traversed perpendicularly to the axis, with very small fissures filled by some silicious substance, probably feldspar.
39. The Devata youth was tempted to impale him on his spear but something inexplicable occurred: the elder’s balding head started to crack like an egg and luminous fissures showed up on other parts of his frail body.
40. Stan Kendrick and other specialists on board concluded that the two ships had sunk extremely quickly, possibly on a vast bubble column caused by the molten rock and gases, rising through the mat of fissures in the seabed.
41. As to the mineralizing matter, it is evidently silicious, and the specimens are principally the holzstein of Werner; crystals of quartz are apparent in the cavities; some parts are agatized, and veins of chalcedony occasionally pervade the fissures: they are not impressible by steel, and give fire with it.
42. Tortuous, cracked, unpaved, full of fissures, intersected by gullies, jolted by eccentric elbows, mounting and descending illogically, fetid, wild, fierce, submerged in obscurity, with cicatrices on its pavements and scars on its walls, terrible,—such was, retrospectively viewed, the antique sewer of Paris.
43. Air got pumped into the cavern from outside by natural occurring fissures and pumps, strategically placed and powered by hydro–electric power generators that an engineering team from the cavern dwellers had set under the waterfalls, which replaced the noisy diesel generators both outside and inside the Cavern.
44. Heyward himself was posted at hand, so near that he might communicate with his companions without raising his voice to a dangerous elevation; while David, in imitation of the woodsmen, bestowed his person in such a manner among the fissures of the rocks, that his ungainly limbs were no longer offensive to the eye.
45. At the time I now write of, Father Mapple was in the hardy winter of a healthy old age; that sort of old age which seems merging into a second flowering youth, for among all the fissures of his wrinkles, there shone certain mild gleams of a newly developing bloom—the spring verdure peeping forth even beneath February's snow.
46. We can also point to the remnants of this subterranean water body, when we consider water that is still being pushed to the surface of the Earth today from deep inside the Earth via underwater vents, fissures and hot springs found all over the Earth, under the pressure of rock masses bearing down on these subterranean water bodies, even after the passage of 4,500 years after the Flood.

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