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Each persimmon must be peeled, tied, hung, and gently massaged every day for four to six weeks, until they reach the perfect level of dried-yet-pliant texture and darkly sweet, warm spice-y flavor.
THE ART OF HOSHIGAKI AT HOMEJAMIE FELDMARJANUARY 7, 2021EATER
By the pliancy of their moral code they consecrated the basest means to pious ends.
Her speech became soliloquy—was it because of a certain want of pliancy in Aunt M'riar?
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
They had a sister; yet it was not her beauty, but the pliancy of her virtue, that recommended her to the king.
JUNIUS UNMASKEDJOEL MOODY
There is a great difference of opinion among anglers as to the amount of pliancy a fly-rod ought to possess.
It is exactly this pliancy, so foreign to your character and habits, which makes me tremble.
THE BEE HUNTERSGUSTAVE AIMARD
Surely, up to the present the patriot party had been distinguished by pliancy and persistence.
As a matter of fact, flexibility and pliancy are not correct definitions of a bow's chief quality, as they amount to weakness.
The plenitude and the pliancy of the Shakespearian mind may be manifested by a trivial circumstance.
As he watched her uncovering it, he was pleased with the grace of her arms and the pliancy of her slight figure.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING

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