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The function of removing unusable matter is not less important to the organism than breathing.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
The library would be unusable anyway, while the walls and ceiling were being repaired.
GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
Hydrochloric acid in particular will rust them so badly in a single night as to make them unusable unless they are repolished.
THE DECORATION OF LEATHERGEORGES DE RCY
Savile tunnel was blown in in several places, and the Company Headquarters completely cut off and unusable.
THE FIFTH LEICESTERSHIREJ.D. HILLS
John was chagrined beyond measure, for he found his tongue an unusable appendage.
THE COTTAGE OF DELIGHTWILL N. HARBEN
A month later a vision-phone circuit between Chicago and Los Angeles was unusable for ten minutes.
THE MACHINE THAT SAVED THE WORLDWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
Whether there was contagion in the control building or not, the ship must be made unusable to the Med Ship man!
THE HATE DISEASEWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
If the axles were not of the same length for all carts, the roads were simply unusable for many of them.
A HISTORY OF CHINA., [3D ED. REV. AND ENL.]WOLFRAM EBERHARD
Fish oil has hitherto been almost unusable because of its powerful and persistent odor.
CREATIVE CHEMISTRYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
The classification is complicated but not altogether unusable.
A HISTORY OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF BIBLIOGRAPHIESARCHER TAYLOR
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

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