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Insult and outrage seemed to have given that bodily vigour to Ripperda, which medicine and surgery had taken no pains to restore.
To begin with, the bar was of pinkish sandstone, smoothed and covered by a coating of plastic.
FEE OF THE FRONTIERHORACE BROWN FYFE
For these, plastic natures have been substituted, but still without anything being gained.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
Chrome dinettes and plastic furniture are manufactured in plants located at Marion.
The sheets of rubber from which the uppers and soles are cut are at this stage of the work plastic and very sticky.
Art has flourished in Virginia from the handicraft of the early days to the plastic sculpturing of the present.
Man, on the contrary, has an exceedingly plastic nervous system, which enables him to meet changing conditions.
JOHN DEWEY'S LOGICAL THEORYDELTON THOMAS HOWARD
Wananda did not kill her, but placed her in suspended animation within the protective crystal plastic.
He reached into the plastic container and drew forth a handful of brownish objects that smelled to Kieran like dried fruit.
THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON
Webber tossed out more fruit, and then got out himself, carrying the plastic box.
THE STARS, MY BROTHERSEDMOND HAMILTON

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