high, the summit of which overhangs its base about 9 ft.
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It occupies a commanding position, while the remains of its walls, and of a fine Moorish castle on a rock that overhangs the town, show how admirably its natural defences were supplemented by art.
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The old fishing village overhangs the cliffs, while the more modern watering-place is mostly built a little inland.
There a solitary pillar of granite rock rises to a great height out of the plain, and the top actually overhangs the sides.
Climbing the high mountain that overhangs the town, he established on the summit the monastery with which his name has ever since been associated, and which for centuries was a chief centre of religious life for western Europe.
This branch is probably continued in the range which overhangs the Koko-nor on the south, namely, the south Kokonor Range.
They are made from the milk of the large flocks of the plateau of Larzac, and the choicest are ripened in the even temperature of the caves in the cliff which overhangs Roquefort.
Bending back westwards upon itself, the line of Afghan frontier now follows the water-parting of the Hindu Kush; and as the Hindu Kush absolutely overhangs the Oxus nearly opposite Ishkashim, it follows that, at this point, Afghanistan is about io m.
So Tertullian writes: "The water which carried the Spirit of God (probably regarded as a shadow or reflection-soul) borrowed holiness from that which was carried upon it; for every underlying matter must needs absorb and take up the quality of that matter which overhangs it; especially does a corporeal so absorb a spiritual, as this can easily penetrate and settle into it owing to the subtlety of its substance."
The chief attraction of Heidelberg is the castle, which overhangs the east part of the town.
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A feature of Lake Albert Edward Nyanza is the thick haze which overhangs the water during the dry season, blotting out from view the mountains.
cantilever structural elements in masonry houses like balconies and various forms of overhangs are vulnerable in an event of an earthquake.
The site is teeming with fish, which use the numerous overhangs as shelter between their hunting forays out on the reef.
Further to the left the cliff becomes more hospitable with the odd barrier of overhangs and smooth wall thrown in to add spice.
The trail then climbs high above the river passing through rhododendron and pine forest, following a narrow path beneath numerous rocky overhangs.
The Saturn Aura's profile is intended to convey a muscular stance with the wheels pushed to the corners creating short overhangs.
(See Palestine: History.) Moab shares with Ammon and Edom in the general obscurity which overhangs later events.
Close to its track, on a lofty plateau which overhangs the Phrygian monument inscribed with the name of "Midas the King," is a great city, inferior indeed to Pteria in extent, but surrounded by rock-sculptures quite as remarkable as those of the Cappadocian city.
(See Philistines.) The problem is complicated by the obscurity which overhangs the history of south Palestine and the Delta (see Edom; Midian).
It is difficult to describe my emotions when I stood on the point which overhangs the American Falls and felt the air vibrate and the earth tremble.
With its short overhangs the Iroc efficiently utilizes a wheelbase of 2,680 mm for the space provided inside.
In warmer months, shading devices such as roof overhangs, trees, blinds and awnings can help to mitigate the heat transfer.
Cut the foam or batting so it overhangs the outer edge of your headboard at least one to two inches.
This does not include special stove top cutouts, edge details or special installation such as overhangs, all of which can cost extra.
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