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extending as high as the waist:
a waist-high hedge.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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The last one is
, smaller than the others, and resembles a stunted drive-through squawk box.
There is no natural obstruction to the view more substantial than the
But nearby, inside a shelter of
walls and a corrugated tin roof, the mood is almost festive.
The camera's position, roughly
, causes him to loom larger than life.
On the peak of this stone-laden mountain, a wiry guerrilla fighter ducks and weaves along a
The other rested on a
bamboo gate, which could not have been providing much support.
It was a small dinette separated from the kitchen by a
wall of shelves.
One firefighter waded across the swiftly moving
water tethered to a tag-line.
sword ferns carpet the forest floor and normally flared tree bases stop short, covered in river soils.
water is much more difficult than walking through it.
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