weathering

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You admire this tower of granite, weathering the hurts of so many ages.

She was like some stalwart oak, weathering with unshaken front a hurricane.

From the overhanging rocks, too, debris falls as a result of "weathering."

The zone in which these changes are at a maximum is called the zone of weathering.

A foot of soil may represent the weathering of a hundred feet of limestone.

Bituminous may be distinguished from subbituminous by the manner of weathering.

Being heavy and resistant to weathering, they are also concentrated in placers.

The means of this ultimate sculpture or weathering were lastly to be considered.

Though she sailed faster than the lugger, the latter was weathering on her.

We must ease her, sir,” I heard him say, “or I cannot answer for her weathering the gale.

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