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pro·trude

(prō-trūd'),
To thrust forward or project.

protrude

[L. protrudere]
To project; to extend beyond a border or limit.
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A semiautomatic shotgun with both of the following: a folding or telescoping stock; and a pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon, thumbhole stock or vertical handgrip.
PHOTO A mock Red Line car protrudes above visitors at the Hollywood and Western station Thursday.
The altered rock rises slowly through the crust and ultimately protrudes as seamounts.
The cup has a screw-on lid in the shape of a bear's head, from which a soft, flexible straw protrudes.
Driver's armrest protrudes out so far it becomes a thigh handle.
This technology connects the filters inside the PACZIG1284 directly to the PC motherboard through a metallic pad that protrudes through the bottom of the PACZIG1284 package, rather than through bond wires and ground pins, eliminating the inductance that limits other filtering solutions.
Endoscopy studies have shown that about 80 percent of those with an actively bleeding ulcer will continue to have problems, as will 50 percent of those with a blood vessel that protrudes into the stomach, according to Freston.
Golconda's drilling intersected the Precambrian basement at 170 meters (556 ft) depth, which means that the iron rich body forms a hill which protrudes 88 meters (288 ft) from the surrounding Precambrian basement.
The researchers used ultrasound to measure the cervix, a ring of uterine muscle that protrudes into the vagina.
A five and one-half inch board that protrudes from the rear of the Rollerwing enables skaters to use the in-line skate-plus-Rollerwing combo as they would a skateboard.