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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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Initially, G Mondini-Ulma will be offering customers three solutions, 'standard skin' which is ideal for low profile items such as cuts of meat and small fish, 'protruding skin' for ready meals, steaks, meat portions and whole fish, and Super protruding for large meat joints, turkey crowns etc.
The dual-band monopole antenna (DBMA) with a microstrip fed folded strip and a protruding stub in the ground plane is printed on the FR4 substrate of relative permittivity 4.
For although you pay council tax, it is not used for the maintenance of the pavements in Cardiff and if you trip and fall on a protruding paving slab and sustain a fractured skull or broken bones, make sure that the paving is protruding by at least one inch.
iKey has redesigned its popular DW-860 rugged wireless keyboard into a sleeker, more compact case with no protruding battery pack.
A Chinese man has undergone plastic surgery to reduce his protruding cheek bones.
the Los Angeles Police Department received a call that a small, taped box, with what appeared to be green wire protruding from it was on the ground near the entrance of the store, located in the 6000 block of Sepulveda Boulevard, said Officer Marjan Mobasser.
Access points are articulated by protruding branches, with public entrances on the west and service entrances on the east.
These platforms and their protruding nails and sharp edges puncture the roof skin, and allow much heavier loads which cause the foam bonding between the outer roof and the inner ceiling to separate and eventually destroy the supporting spot-welds.
The keyholes slide over protruding screws for support.
After spending several days during the 2004 field season hammering at the ice-covered rocks in one of Ellesmere's bluffs, researchers spied a portion of a fish skull protruding from the stone.
Two folds of skin and muscle--the upper and lower eyelids--protect the protruding eye.
The heads (some open-mouthed or with protruding tongues) also appear comparatively vulnerable, even suggesting decapitation.