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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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Designed to overcome background noise, distance, reverberation, and poor room acoustics, the MicroLink eliminates the receiver box and the box-to-hearing-aid cable connection of conventional solutions, as well as the antenna that protrudes from the receivers of other wireless systems.
The protein protrudes from the membranes of cells that line the inside of blood vessels.
Underlining its minimalist design, nothing protrudes from the AZ-2.
The main portion extends underneath the storage member and the acquisition portion protrudes through the topsheet opening and the storage member opening.
At first floor level a long foyer and balcony protrudes out onto the main street elevation.
A semiautomatic, center-fire rifle with the capacity to accept a detachable magazine, which has at least one of the following: a pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon; a vertical handgrip; a folding or telescoping stock; a grenade launcher or flare launcher; a flash suppressor; or a forward handgrip.
By the time the droplet turns completely to ice, a distinctive cusp protrudes from its top surface.
The majority of hernias occur in the groin area where a piece of the intestine protrudes through a weakened or torn abdominal wall.