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Able to withstand water pressures of up to 100 meters, it makes rain, snorkeling, or just aggressive puddle splashes no problem.
Like the challenge faced by Pleurotus mycelium paused at the edge of a puddle of toxic waste, radical mycological solutions are less about inventing than remembering.
Early on in his research for the company, Rogers—a materials scientist—wanted to understand why if you left a strawberry on the counter it would turn into a puddle, while a lemon would remain unchanged.
When I poured out the bottles chilled in clean ice, I just got a puddle of water around my ice cube.
If the water isn’t cold enough, though, you just get a lonely ice cube in a puddle of water.
Another man was sprawled on the gray broadloom of the reception room, a brownish puddle beneath his side.
He stepped over a puddle and stood beside Bud, peering down at the silent engine.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Then all the boys bent over the puddle, and scooped up great handfuls of water, and threw them over each other.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
Mr. Wright, my Adjutant, saw one strike in a puddle between him and myself as we marched at the head of the Regiment.
On the perfect day I have been talking about she hunted up a sunlit puddle and indulged in the first wallow of the season.

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