nearly parallel to

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  • There have been thousands of cases nearly parallel to the above. Cited from Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field, by Thomas W. Knox
  • This building being the one nearly parallel to the High Street.
  • Is not the usual course of procedure among many farmers too nearly parallel to the case supposed? Cited from The Principles of Breeding, by S. L. Goodale
  • Our course was nearly parallel to this gloomy forest, but we gradually approached it. Cited from The Naturalist in Nicaragua, by Thomas Belt
  • These successive bases may not be entirely or nearly parallel to the first. Cited from The Art of War, by Baron Henri de Jomini
  • After leaving the area of cool waters, the storm began moving nearly parallel to Mexico's western coast.
  • The coast range of mountains of which we have spoken runs nearly parallel to the coast, distant from it about forty miles. Cited from The Prehistoric World, by E. A. Allen
  • They went off through the rain along the road, nearly parallel to the route the Wabbly was taking. Cited from Morale, A Story of the War of 1941-43, by Murray Leinster
  • Our course during the day lay nearly parallel to the Cordillera, but gradually approaching them. Cited from The Voyage of the Beagle, by Charles Darwin
  • Emily continued moving nearly parallel to the coast before turning to the west while steadily intensifying.
  • It runs nearly parallel to the rarely used Mississippi Central Railroad.
  • Felice moved nearly parallel to the southern coast of Louisiana as it began to show signs of improved structure.
  • Spring-stay is a kind of substitute nearly parallel to the principal stay, and intended to help the principal stay to support its mast.
  • Its final approach to the ocean is nearly parallel to the coast, bisecting the city of Seaside south to north.
  • Believing his army superior in numbers, Stuart marched toward the same location nearly parallel to the French column.
  • At from two to three hundred yards from the river, a swamp extends nearly parallel to it, the intermediate ground being dry. Cited from Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet, by Benjamin Drake
  • It then travels through a vertical loop and up a section of track that is nearly parallel to the first incline.
  • The long axis of each lower tooth is aligned nearly parallel to their individual arch of closure.
  • The player then bends the knees and waist until the thighs and back are nearly parallel to the ground.
  • The gem is set in a small piece of squared brass with its edges nearly parallel to one side of the square. Cited from Economy of Machinery, by Charles Babbage
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