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Obviously, we needed the pins to penetrate all the way to the bottom side and protrude so they could be properly soldered using wave or
But sometimes the lower jaw can protrude further than the upper one and this is described as "undershot".
There is a small operation to make the nipple protrude.
These proteins are necessary for the proper functioning of organelles called cilia that protrude from kidney cells.
Let the screws protrude enough for the keyholes to slide over them.
thick depending on requirements and on how far the fibers protrude from the part surface.
Mawarni was born with a birth defect called an encephalocele--basically, a hole in her skull that allowed brain membranes to protrude and form a large bulge above her nose.
Much work remains to be done on the building--electric cables and water pipes still protrude from ceilings waiting to be covered up, bathroom fixtures have yet to be installed, staircases await their banisters, and the elevators are not yet operational.
The bony lamellae may protrude into the mucosa, which is the characteristic appearance on bronchoscopy.
He was given medication to quell the pain, but the disc didn't continued to protrude.
Several signs protrude from the ice bearing the epitaph: "Pompano (Florida)," "Fagri (Greece), "Royal Dorado (Greece)," "Sargos (Greece)," and so on.
In the buck the organ will be somewhat round and will usually protrude more than the female (but some female organs protrude so this should not be taken as an indication of sex); the female sexual organ will form a slit, and may or may not protrude.