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Shells or heavy armour-piercing shot had penetrated almost everything.
This matter has so penetrated the skin, the muscles, and the bones, that it forms with them but one and the same mass.
No English sovereign ever had (or has since that time) penetrated into the House of Commons.
Abdallah penetrated nine hundred miles to Tripoli, but returned.
At the expiration of a couple of hours we had penetrated to the very heart of the wild wood.
As they penetrated the savage forests, in the next few weeks, they learned to expect any adornment, or none.
THE POCAHONTAS-JOHN SMITH STORYPOCAHONTAS WIGHT EDMUNDS
But at the end of it, his sleep was penetrated by a definite sound.
THE LOST PRINCEFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Some of the utterances upon sexual morality are penetrated with the rancor of rebellion.
Such were the impressions which, day by day, penetrated the very soul of our poor "Miss Mary."
The bullet, entering the forehead, over the right eye, had penetrated the skull.