other words for weathering
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At the upper part of the pipe the materials show the action of weathering by exposure to the air.
On its polished sides is a line of weathering showing that it was buried deeper than it is now for centuries.
He could have slept at sea in the hardest of storms, once satisfied that the vessel was staunch and weathering the gale.
Bituminous may be distinguished from subbituminous by the manner of weathering.
Although they have suffered from weathering and from vandalism, enough remains to show that they represent clothed human figures.
It is easily worked and hardens on weathering, and its use gives a well-constructed appearance to the streets.
He never muffles his throat up in a huge silk scarf, but believes in the low collar and "weathering it."
With all the Eleven on the top, they had had a chance yet of weathering “Mrs” Nemesis, and hanging on behind.
This extreme type of weathering is sometimes called lateritic alteration (see pp. 172-173).
Syenite usually does so in our damp climate, from the “weathering” effect of frost and rain: why has it not done so over the lake?
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