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vehicles that had once been handsome with pictured designs and fine workmanship, but were dusty and decaying now.
Thus, from the sixteenth century onward, the press, raised to the level of decaying architecture, contends with it and kills it.
Some of the adults lay prone upon the soft mat of dead and decaying vegetation which covered the ground, while others turned over pieces of fallen branches and clods of earth in search of the small bugs and reptiles which formed a part of their food.
As clearly as in the light of past events, he saw the defection of the favored unions, the rise and the slow decay of the labor castes, and the struggle between the decaying oligarchs and labor castes for control of the great governmental machine.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- Findings on 4x4 posts at residential locations reveal dramatic evidence that wood treated with micronized copper preservative(MCQ(TM)) is decaying more rapidly than anticipated.
14]C, but that it has not been decaying with a constant rate constant.
4 percent less mass than phi mesons decaying outside, the team reports in the Jan.
If untreated, decaying teeth will eventually rot away or fall out.
polarization component, which is perpendicular to the plane spanned by the spin of the decaying neutron and the electron momentum, would signal a violation of time reversal symmetry and thus physics beyond the Standard Model.
A HARLEY Street dentist claims three in every five Liverpool children under seven have decaying teeth.
Solid wood controls were also included to verify that the fungus was capable of decaying untreated wood.