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When blown sands invade a forest and the deposit is rapidly accumulated, the trees are often buried in an undecayed condition.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
The towns were every where flourishing; but it was in Africa, Sicily, and Spain alone that agriculture was undecayed.
The glacial subsoils are made of rocks of many kinds, still undecayed and largely ground to powder.
THE ELEMENTS OF GEOLOGYWILLIAM HARMON NORTON
In the two last, we also have examples of bodies remaining undecayed for months after death.
Anciently, when long-buried bodies were found undecayed in the grave, a species of sanctity was attributed to them.
There are generally forty-two teeth in all; in old whales, much worn down, but undecayed; nor filled after our artificial fashion.
The stone retains its clear and polished surface; and the massy timbers are undecayed.
The crown of my fathers has shrunk into a gewgaw and a toy,—their ambition and their spirit are undecayed!
ZANONIEDWARD BULWER LYTTON
His face, though wrinkled, denoted undecayed health and an unbending spirit.
ARTHUR MERVYNCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
The extensive plain of Eyrolúf is a solid level of a dark, black, undecayed lava.
THE HIGHLANDS OF ETHIOPIAWILLIAM CORNWALLIS HARRIS

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