Thesaurus / deform
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The researchers surmised that the Greenland rocks had been deformed and heated in their history, scrambling their geochemical information.
SCIENTISTS PIN DOWN WHEN EARTH’S CRUST CRACKED, THEN CAME TO LIFEHOWARD LEEMARCH 25, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
One cluster included viruses and prions, which are deformed proteins that can force other proteins to take their shape.
WHAT IS LIFE? ITS VAST DIVERSITY DEFIES EASY DEFINITION.CARL ZIMMERMARCH 9, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
One reason is that the movements of Earth’s tectonic plates over time can squeeze and cook the rocks, deforming and chemically altering tiny fossils, perhaps beyond recognition.
FOSSIL MIMICS MAY BE MORE COMMON IN ANCIENT ROCKS THAN ACTUAL FOSSILSCAROLYN GRAMLINGFEBRUARY 9, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
Their genius travels over as many lines as there are lineaments in the figure, and the least false step would deform it.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
With all this they have a Pair of Stays which reaches down to394 their Waist, and renders them compleatly deform'd.
THE MEMOIRS OF CHARLES-LEWIS, BARON DE POLLNITZ, VOLUME IKARL LUDWIG VON PLLNITZ
Were she deform'd,The virtues of her mind would force a stoic To sue to be her servant.
THE PLAYS OF PHILIP MASSINGERPHILIP MASSINGER
Only frankness can serve me here or make plain all that was secretly at work to deform the natural development of our lives.
THE BOOK OF SUSANLEE WILSON DODD
Our inheritance in many ways is precious and wonderful, but our human response can deform it.
HEREIN IS LOVEREUEL L. HOWE
It is clear, then, that whatever is contrary to these will generally degrade and deform it.
ON THE SUBLIMELONGINUS
The teacher has at best a delicate flower which a little neglect or a little over training may deform or even kill.
GREAT SINGERS ON THE ART OF SINGINGJAMES FRANCIS COOKE
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