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The moon is still figured as a bull, but it is the idea of strength that is extracted from the picture and dwelt upon.

A yellow pigment was extracted from the root of the Morinda citrifolia.

Captain CookW.H.G. Kingston

Subsequent experiments in which he extracted gold from lead and silicum confirmed the wisdom of the exegesis made.

They should therefore only be pressed sufficiently to allow the excess of moisture to be extracted.

Photographic Amusements, Ninth EditionWalter E. Woodbury and Frank R. Fraprie

What were my feelings when I extracted from his sailor blouse one orange, one blue, and two green balls!

The Girl and the KingdomKate Douglas Wiggin

He extracted the arrow and examined it with great care, and then he passed it to Sun Bird.

The War TrailElmer Russell Gregor

Chemists have extracted from it an astringent liquor containing tannin and gallic acid.

Curiosities of Medical ExperienceJ. G. (John Gideon) Millingen

Nowadays the juice is extracted by passing the cane between two cylinders of wood with intermeshing teeth.

The TinguianFay-Cooper Cole

See the curious work by M. Agricole Perdignier, from which the war-song is extracted.

He cried out in pain as the fine triangular weapon was extracted.

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