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The same appearance followed as in the preceding cases–an efflorescence on the arm without any effect on the constitution.
The art of any people is an outgrowth and efflorescence of an internal living principle: and as is the tree so is its fruit.
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The ground itself was covered with a white efflorescence, which stuck to our feet, and made us slip at every step.
Commerce, then, is merely 'the efflorescence of our agriculture.'
Humanity is not the chief part of the charm of Cornwall, though sometimes it may seem the very efflorescence of the land.
Gods are of all things the most marvellous efflorescence of the human psychic world.
Flowers are of all things most completely and profusely the obvious efflorescence of loveliness in the whole physical world.
The chrysalis is conical, sprinkled over with a bluish efflorescence resembling the bloom on a plum.
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Efflorescence, the property which certain hydrated salts have of losing water when exposed to air.
The surrounding soil was covered thickly with a saline efflorescence.

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