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Some galaxies rotate so fast that they should be throwing off their outermost stars.
The clear: the crystalline or outermost heaven of the old cosmography.
Sepals-The leaves or segments of the calyx, or outermost envelope of an ordinary flower.
If there is no one in the row ahead of you, look for a button on the handle of the outermost seat.
Whatever you wear as your outermost layer on the torso should be high-visibility.
The outermost skin is removed and hinged open to make a chair.
The first electrons to go are the outermost ones, because the atom holds them less tightly.
About many jazzmen one feels the urgency in them to live, and to live at the outermost limits of human possibility.
The flow makes its return trip to the equator through the convection zone, the outermost layer of the sun's interior.
It only requires seven or eight cells from the outermost layer of our skin.
When the outermost layer cracks open, the reservoir is exposed to space.
Taking images of the outermost planets required some finesse from the team's programmers.
The epidermis is the outermost layer of the skin, which provides a sort of barrier against the environment.
The photo at the right shows the nebula's outermost halo.
The procession traced the outermost edge of the village.
The outermost of its tall, razor-wired fences surrounded the stadium.
The chemical and physical behavior of the elements results from the configuration of the outermost electrons.
The outermost primary molts last, and so has the highest number.
Rough-legged has unmarked flight feathers and a white comma in the outermost underwing coverts.
Most tiger moth caterpillars have crochets arranged in a linear series with the outermost ones reduced in size.
The tail is deeply forked, and the outermost streamers extend beyond the folded wings when perched.

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