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This occasioned severe punishment; and the hearts of their masters being indurated by habit, it often led to acts of barbarity.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
Anyway, "Beans" seems to have suffered no inconvenience from having swallowed that indurated knob of gutta percha.
THE RED COW AND HER FRIENDSPETER MCARTHUR
When this takes place, the rending of the indurated soil is sudden and violent, as if from the shock of an earthquake.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
The rocks composing the channel of the river at the crossing place, were of indurated clay.
TWO EXPEDITIONS INTO THE INTERIOR OF SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA, COMPLETECHARLES STURT
They all seemed231 hearty and healthy, and their indurated hands were the best diploma of their industry.
NARRATIVE OF THE CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE GLOBE BY THE AUSTRIAN FRIGATE NOVARA, VOLUME IKARL RITTER VON SCHERZER
Fragmental rocks are often quite indurated—the matrix being as hard as the included stones.
GEOLOGYJAMES GEIKIE
His hair was black and close-cut; his skin indurated; and the bridge of his nose smashed level with his face.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSIONGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
He found four girls, the centres of whose hands and feet were indurated by the frequent perforations of the nails.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 13, NO. 76, FEBRUARY, 1864VARIOUS
Part of the upper, and the whole of the inferior lobe, were soaked with carbon, and felt indurated.
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE NATURE OF BLACK PHTHISISARCHIBALD MAKELLAR
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