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Latent heat is therefore not dissipated, it is merely transformed and has taken on the form of molecular elasticity.
We followed his advice, and in a few minutes had left the dissipated miners to their revels.
No doubt it is a law of taste that force may be dissipated by repetition if carried beyond a certain point.
Camillo and Camilla agree to wear the mask of a dissipated couple.
VITTORIA, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
All fears of immediate inevitable industrial collapse which haunted us at the beginning of the war have been dissipated.
THE WORLD IN CHAINSJOHN MAVROGORDATO
My heart was charmed, my trouble was dissipated, and I slept there until the morning.
The atmosphere was dense and warm, and the closeness was not dissipated even by the wind when it came.
The warm sun has dissipated the dew which rendered visible to our dull eyes the tapestry of the fields.
The golden haze that surrounds the dream of ideal democracy is dissipated by contact with any given city ward.
Judge Burnet, son of the famous Bishop of Salisbury, when young, is said to have been of a wild and dissipated turn.
THE JEST BOOKMARK LEMON

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