The strange aspect of this mountain is contrasted by the sea-like plain, which not only abuts against its steep sides, but likewise separates the parallel ranges.
The plain, which abuts against the Sierra, is traversed by some curious gullies, of which one was about twenty feet wide, and at least thirty deep; we were obliged in consequence to make a considerable circuit before we could find a pass.
Thomas and Birch (13) reported that compression in ulnardeviation with palmar flexion causes a coronal hamate body fracture, when the hamate abuts against
the triquetral and a force directed through the metacarpals splits the hamate coronally.
At one end of the barrel extension there is a raised collar, often called a flange, all around its circumference which abuts against
the front of the upper receiver when everything is assembled and in place.
The slide travels and abuts against
steel structures in the polymer grip frame.
Huckleberry Finn is a hotch-potch; lethal irony lies cheek by jowl with crude burlesque, the appeal of a book for boys abuts against
parody of boys' books, the mythical effect of the great river comes and goes, the tender equality of Huck and Jim was illustrated in the first edition by Kemble's drawings (reproduced here) of blatantly racist stereotypes.