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Adverb(1) in or to a place that is lower
(1) The ground level beneath this is enclosed by series of pyramidal glazed skylights that allow daylight to filter through the main foyer.(2) To make the repaired area waterproof, you need to remove some of the existing stucco to expose the tar paper beneath the stucco.(3) Next, cut the shape of a cross in the landscape fabric at each marked planting location and fold the internal corners of the cross under to expose the earth beneath .(4) And with the coffee I am treated to a combative side of him I had suspected lurked beneath his benign surface but never thought to witness.(5) If magma were to accumulate at mid-crustal levels beneath the north Taupo region, this has significant implications for hazard monitoring.(6) This took place between 1990 and 1992 and I was there as a minister - one of the ranks beneath that of ambassador.(7) Their bone structure contains a lot of spikes buried beneath their skin.(8) Is she hiding her grief beneath her calm exterior or could she really be happier living alone!(9) The boards are mounted to the chassis by stacks of threaded board standoffs, each successive layer of which must be removed to reach the layer beneath .(10) She shifted beneath the covers trying to get comfortable.(11) When paint peels, it is a symptom of problems beneath the paint film.(12) An office tower, the highest part of the house, yields views of the lower levels stretching out beneath it.(13) It was buried beneath a layer of dead leaves and twigs.(14) Clearly, he feels that many of his duties are beneath him and he chooses to associate with members of his own social class.(15) He was cruel to his men, and to officers beneath his rank.(16) You have, for in stance, the military manner, which consists in well-squared shoulders, a well-belted waist, a regulation spine, an angular elbow, a click of the keels, a salute that is meant to be at once fascinating and haughty, and a pronounced contempt for everything civilian beneath the grade of a Privy Councilor or a First Secretary.
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