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The French adopt the same derivation, calling it "asbeste" (minèral filamenteux et incombustible).
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
It is incombustible, and anciently was wrought into a soft, flexible cloth, which was used as a shroud for dead bodies.
He says that thunder may be imitated by folding some of the powder in a cover and tying it up tightly: Incombustible men.
Azazel, Statistics Chief, glanced at a roll of incombustible microfilm, and cleared his throat.
The salts act by forming a crust of incombustible matter on the surface of the fibres.
The incombustible residuum, treated by muriatic acid, may leave an insoluble deposit, which is to be added to the former.
All dance round it gleefully; some even jump through the tongues of flame, believing that courage will make them incombustible.
The most sparkling and pointed flame of wit flickers and expires against the incombustible walls of her sanctuary.
The quantity of incombustible gases—oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen—ranges from mere traces to about 5%.

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