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The liquefaction of a martyrs blood may still be witnessed by the faithful on the anniversary of St. Januarius at Naples.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
Gore found that aluminium was dissolved and that sodium and potassium were attacked by the gas, even before its liquefaction.
He then also first stated that, above certain temperatures, liquefaction of vapors was impossible, however great the pressure.
Do you observe the uniform distribution of the growth and the absence of any sign of liquefaction in the medium?
THE BLUE GERMMARTIN SWAYNE
The presence of condensation water at the bottom of the tube must not be confounded with liquefaction of the medium.
Stratiform: Liquefaction extending to the walls of the tube and downward horizontally (Fig. 151, l).
At eleven, I said Mass at the altar where I had witnessed the liquefaction.
A degree of cold within some forty degrees of this has been reached in the liquefaction of hydrogen.
The curing-house should be close and warm, to favour the liquefaction and drainage of the viscid caramel.
A control tube, filled in the same way, but not colonized, stands beside that in which the strange liquefaction takes place.
THE LIFE OF THE FLYJ. HENRI FABRE

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