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Over the wooden doors, a skull protrudes from the wall.
The drum remnant has a rim of granulation tissue around the perforation, and a large granulation tissue polyp protrudes through the anterior and inferior part of the perforation.
The electrodes are then attached to a wire that protrudes from Jerry's skull through a small hole and hooks up to his computer.
In the case of a hiatal hernia, a portion of the stomach protrudes through a teardrop-shaped hole in the diaphragm where the esophagus and the stomach join.
The bezel portion of self-contained Channel Lite protrudes to allow changeable, ultraviolet protective, tinted, magnified or diffused caps to enhance lighting effects.
When the interlabial pad is worn, the highly-compressed rigid region protrudes, thereby allowing the wearer to tit the protruding highly-compressed rigid region in the recess between the labia.
Built on a slope, the tomb is designed to enhance the vertical dimension of the entrance sequence that rises from a massive slate base that emerges from the hillside in rather the way that Peter Zumthor's thermal bath protrudes geologically from its Alpine incline at Vals (AR August 1997).
To date, human recipients have had a power source attached to an electrode array by a wire that protrudes from the sclera, or white of the eye.