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  • The village has an elongated shape and the only remaining houses face the one road that runs through its center.
  • The parish was laid out in an elongated form so as to provide access to each of these.
  • There is an elongated guard room opening from the left side of the passage.
  • An elongated shadow shot forward on the ground in front of them. Cited from The Hunt Ball Mystery, by William Magnay
  • It has an elongated body divided into two parts.
  • The car used an elongated box-section frame that allowed for generous interior room.
  • There is an elongated guard cell on the left side of the entrance passage.
  • The present self-contained town centre was built over an elongated valley formerly occupied by squatters.
  • Wingle had seen many tall men, but never such an elongated individual as his assistant. Cited from Sundown Slim, by Henry Hubert Knibbs
  • This sea cucumber has an elongate body that can be up to long and wide.
  • The main finding so far have been an elongated building, consisting of five consecutive parallel rooms.
  • The first three fingers are well developed with the first having an elongated first phalanx.
  • The adult fish has a dark greenish-brown body with an elongated white spot on each scale.
  • A section of the old moat now forms an elongated lake which runs along the length of the park.
  • It has highly divided bright green leaves and yellow flowers contained in an elongated calyx.
  • Despite being officially designated a branch line, it was little more than an elongated siding.
  • Some models built in 2005 and all later models received one more design change, an elongated magazine release.
  • This is an elongated crater feature that is longer in the north-south direction.
  • It was unusual for having both an elongate neck and a long tail.
  • The building has an elongated shape and is marked by three stone portals.
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