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A fresh (undried) specimen of Astragalus mollissimus (unknown origin, November, 1907) yielded 3.8 per cent of ash.
Warmed by the heat, these undried particles of color or lead quickly respond to the law of expansion.
Emily sat buried in thought, the tears yet undried upon her cheeks.
WOMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYMARGARET FULLER OSSOLI
This would be the case particularly with all kinds of vegetables and undried fruits.
Then there would be no more little desolate hearts, no more grieved little faces with undried tears upon them in all the earth.
THE GATE OF THE GIANT SCISSORSANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Her milk being yet undried from her recent delivery, she tenderly took up the kids and set them to her breast.
The tears were undried on her cheeks; the look of infinite pathetic patience in her eyes almost crushed Esther Helps.
Her eyes were large and black, having an extreme lustre, like the gleam of undried ink,—a lustre at some times uncanny.
CHIVALRYJAMES BRANCH CABELL
One day she came abruptly into the room where Mrs. Gaylord was sitting alone and saw tears upon her cheeks still undried.
Though the tears were still undried upon her cheeks, ominous lightning played in her eyes.
PEGGY RAYMOND'S VACATIONHARRIET L. (HARRIET LUMMIS) SMITH

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