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  • It is broken in the middle and measures long by wide by thick.
  • One is closed in by thick trees the whole way. Cited from North America, Vol. 1, by Anthony Trollope
  • They tried going up but were stopped by thick smoke.
  • It was surrounded by thick walls and many tower and had six gates.
  • The church is long by thick by wide.
  • It was built from large blocks that measured up to high by thick.
  • They were surrounded by thick vegetation, but they were only a very short distance from the camp. Cited from The Black Box, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • In the summer it would have been closed off by thick wooden shutters.
  • Clear water of lakes surrounded by thick forest and voice of birds is a wonderful experience.
  • The lath is typically about one inch wide by four feet long by thick.
  • This lake is surrounded by thick forest cover.
  • A few of these mountains are cloaked by thick clouds almost the whole year round.
  • They stretched one behind the other for several miles, overshadowed by thick woods. Cited from On the Eve, by Ivan Turgenev (Tr.: Garnett)
  • The stem is long by thick, and nearly equal in width throughout its length.
  • According to some sources, the ship was protected by thick iron plates.
  • It measures long by thick at the base and tapers towards the top.
  • The stem is long by thick, attached off-centre to the cap.
  • The stem measures long by thick, and is nearly equal in width throughout its length.
  • The stem can be up to long by thick.
  • Its surrounded by thick forests, which have been a lifeline for the people who live here.
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