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Discovering a new way that a snake moves could help engineers make better use of serpentine machines.
For nearly 100 years, scientists have only known about four forms of serpentine locomotion.
Discovering new, clever ways in which real snakes exploit their incredible flexibility could help engineers make better use of serpentine machines.
Yet, as the city recovered and grew, serpentine barrens and their specialized plants disappeared under roads and buildings.
Indications of asbestos are found at most points throughout the whole serpentine formation.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
A band of limestone also occurs at Templeton containing masses of a light-coloured translucent serpentine.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
The outcrop of the serpentine here, I am told, is quite limited, with steep sides till round it.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
The belt of serpentine here is very narrow, and the veins of asbestos are closely pressed together.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
A trap-like compound, with somewhat the aspect of serpentine, but yielding with difficulty to the knife.
The road was most romantically recluse, and so serpentine as never to be visible beyond an hundred yards.

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