Antonyms for embedding

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The idea of embedding it in a ball of the wax occurred to me.

Captain Dan then put on a double hook, embedding it so one hook stood clear of the bait.

Sections of the tongue may be made by embedding in paraffin, and mounted in Farrant's solution or glycerine.

Sections of the stomach may also be made by embedding in paraffin, but better ones can be made by freezing.

The cornea of the eye can be readily cut by embedding in paraffin, and the section may be mounted in Farrant's solution.

Sections of lung maybe made by embedding in gum or by freezing, and mounted in Farrant's solution.

The murk above them was less solid, but again the fine grit streaked their faces, embedding itself in their hair.

In the Roman period mosaic floors, made by embedding small smoothly cut squares of stone in the earth, were introduced.

Stealthily, so soon as the house slumbered, she packed her small outfit, embedding therein the precious gift.

It was generally accomplished by embedding railroad rails or heavy oak plank in the cradle on solid foundation.