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Chief among them was the putting an end to the intrusions of the outside claimants to Narragansett.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
The tertiary formation is followed by an azoic formation of gneiss, mica slate, and phylada with large intrusions of granite.
I am not a coward—far from it—but I confess that such intrusions at the last minute are always disconcerting.
These intrusions upon the Indian territory were, however, conformable to the grants of the proprietors, the Indians.
But that is a confusion of thought, for these tyrannies are merely intrusions of the eighteenth century upon the twentieth.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
The rocks of Labrador are largely metamorphic, but include ancient igneous intrusions, and are hard and resistant.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
At times intrusions of this nature are of such thickness that they produce true mountain forms.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
All the various phases of intrusions thus far referred to, it will be readily seen, are variations of one process.
NORTH AMERICAISRAEL C. RUSSELL
And isn't it you who argues the finer shades between thisness and whatness, thickness and opaque intrusions at this juncture?
THE LAND OF LOOK BEHINDPAUL CAMERON BROWN
The symmetry of the scheme has been broken by intrusions or accidental omissions in the later history of the book.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION