It was like he was led by the Coen Brothers on an excavating trip to surface the most powerful of his acting muscles.
Certainly the beast sighted on the surface by sailors gave rise to the lore of sea serpents.
It is unclear why it has taken over a year for the pictures to surface.
There was not time to open the chest and take the heart in his hands, so he had to massage on the surface.
You have some surface similarities to Richard Morris, the misanthrope at the center of Perforated Heart.
"We are on the surface," said Dave, laying down knife and fork.
Before many years had passed, the gold that was near the surface had been gathered.
But the climate of the surface of the earth is not dependent upon the heat of the interior.
It spreads over the surface in the thinnest film that can be imagined.
The struggle occupied some time, but by a miracle I rose slowly to the surface.
"come to the surface," 1898, from surface (n.). Earlier it meant "bring to the surface" (1885), and "to give something a polished surface" (1778). Related: Surfaced; surfacing.
surface sur·face (sûr'fəs)
The outer or topmost part of a solid structure.
To get up or leave one's room or home: hasn't surfaced for days since the breakup (1963+)