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The refining is thus completely finished, and all the particles are agglomerated.
The spores in Sporidesmium appear to consist of irregular masses of cells, agglomerated into a kind of compound spore.
FUNGI: THEIR NATURE AND USESMORDECAI CUBITT COOKE
The best lignite is that which, after combustion, leaves a fine ash and no agglomerated clinker.
The agglomerated product must be porous so as to afford access of the furnace-reducing gases to the ore.
EDISON, HIS LIFE AND INVENTIONSFRANK LEWIS DYER AND THOMAS COMMERFORD MARTIN
The problem to be solved was to market an agglomerated material so as to avoid the drawbacks of fine ore.
EDISON, HIS LIFE AND INVENTIONSFRANK LEWIS DYER AND THOMAS COMMERFORD MARTIN
We there see irregular pieces of varied form and material agglomerated into a single mass.
THE STORY OF THE HEAVENSROBERT STAWELL BALL
It is they who have agglomerated the chaos that is in this hour threshing about in dust and blood.
THE HIVEWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
Society reigns over units, over single figures agglomerated like grains of corn in a heap.
THE VILLAGE RECTORHONORE DE BALZAC
With them, union was not strength, but weakness: the more they were agglomerated the less were they to be feared.
A HANDBOOK OF THE BOER WARGALE AND POLDEN, LIMITED
At sixteen I was secretary to the agglomerated association for vindicating the rights of man.

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