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  • The wall also was about thick and long on the side parallel to the sea.
  • The length lay east to west or parallel to a river.
  • At that point, he would turn south to put his ships parallel to his target.
  • Much of the city is located on a low range of hills running parallel to the coast.
  • A railway on the west bank runs parallel to the canal for its entire length.
  • The structures were laid in groups of five parallel to each other.
  • The lines in each family are parallel to a common plane, but not to each other.
  • Regional public TV exists in parallel to the national system described below.
  • The road leading to it ran parallel to the creek and was exposed to enemy fire.
  • The building has many windows and a large awning runs parallel to one side.
  • They also built the Military Way, a road that ran parallel to the south of the wall.
  • A two-point drawing would have lines parallel to two different angles.
  • Secondary ice forms below the primary ice in a direction parallel to the direction of the heat flow.
  • Parallels to it may be found in other parts of the world. Cited from Early European History, By Hutton Webster
  • Another characteristic is the tail, which is often kept parallel to the back.
  • Ameyoko runs parallel to the railway line and includes a large market under the railway tracks.
  • This proposition states a condition enough for having two lines in plane parallel to one another.
  • I know of no parallels to this interesting story, which appears to be old native tradition. Cited from Filipino Popular Tales, by Dean S. Fansler
  • These were thin water filled chutes that would run parallel to the river.
  • A secondary plot takes place in other-world parallels to the main plot.
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