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The staple looks enticing, served in a raised bowl with a molten cap of Emmental and Gruyere cheeses.
Without warning, as summer gave way to autumn, my lower back began aching, as though loaded with molten lava.
This melting process is tricky, explains Truex, because there’s no good way to take the temperature of the molten metal since any thermometer placed in it will melt.
Ultimately, understanding how the molten materials deep within the Earth became rocks provides Iacovino insights about the overall geological makeup and origins of Earth.
Scientists have long considered it the hell of the solar system, hotter than molten lead and with an unbreathable atmosphere.
They are turned back: let them be greatly confounded, that trust in a graven thing, that say to a molten thing: You are our god.
What doth the graven thing avail, because the maker thereof hath graven it, a molten, and a false image?
Through the fissures and crevices sheets of white sun-rays poured like molten silver.
The great rift in the volcano widened, and the molten lava was visible until steam rose again.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
The cylinder of platinum gauze may be made by joining the ends of rolled gauze with pieces of molten glass.

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