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A word that has reclassified in an entertaining manner our impermeable and eternal ignorance.
Animals have the power to form quickly a natural scab over a wound, which is impermeable and at the same time elastic.
VICTORIAN WORTHIESGEORGE HENRY BLORE
The natural perspiration, confined by the impermeable tissue, excites galvanic action between the metals.
The bulk of the dam rests on impermeable material of sufficient supporting power.
This goblet was the ligneous and impermeable capsule, the fruit, naturally and deeply hollowed out, of a tree called quatela.
The method pursued in such cases is sometimes that of a ditch dug to the impermeable layer, sometimes that of a drain.
It is because faith has this origin that it is, in a sense, "impermeable to experience."
The wing rose by means of a crank and a moveable piston, and was covered by impermeable taffeta.
THE ROMANCE OF LEONARDO DA VINCIDMITRY SERGEYEVICH MEREZHKOVSKY
The old lady had thrown off her impermeable chrysalis, and had emerged therefrom a very sober fritillary.
A WOMAN'S BURDENFERGUS HUME
The membrane is obviously permeable not only to water but also to dissolved crystalloids, while it is impermeable to colloids.

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