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The pole must be embedded deeply enough to be perfectly firm during the strain of the play.

It is made of solid gold, and is embedded with diamonds, pearls, and other precious stones.

Modern PersiaMooshie G. Daniel

If a skeleton or portion thereof is embedded in a matrix of hard rock, do not attempt to work it out fully in the field.

The supporting girder in this instance is embedded in the wall and coated over with adobe, obscuring the construction.

A Study of Pueblo Architecture: Tusayan and CibolaVictor Mindeleff and Cosmos Mindeleff

The base of this fine mountain is embedded in a huge glacier, which gives birth to the high fall.

The sun had set, and the crown of the Jungfrau was embedded in amber light.

It was found in the mountains near, and, from the marks upon it, seems to have been embedded in the soil half way up the legs.

He has heightened its gloom by the moody orchestration in which he has embedded it.

Franz LisztJames Huneker

The part of the post which is embedded in the ground is sometimes charred or painted to preserve it from decay.

Woodworking for BeginnersCharles Gardner Wheeler

The bricks were rarely burned; they were simply sun-dried, and had no more cohesion than the earth in which they were embedded.

Archology and the BibleGeorge A. Barton

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