Erode sentence example

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  • The river followed the temporary course long enough to erode a deep gorge, known as Grande Coulee, along part of its length.
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  • Over time, the assembly could erode and degrade.
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  • Just building up the ground is not the best way because it will erode over time.
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  • Sometimes, though rarely, the ulcers perforate the intestines, causing rapidly fatal inflammation of the peritoneum, or they may erode a blood vessel and produce violent haemorrhage.
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  • At what point will video game realism erode that line to the point where gamers feel killing is a natural behavior?
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  • Even the highest residues detected in the Working Party's surveillance, of phorate and other OPs, would not erode safety margins.
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  • Since taking the team up to the Premiership as champions two years ago, the previously untouchable Ulsterman has seen his popularity erode gradually.
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  • Its surface is underlaid by a hard sandstone and conglomerate which erode slowly, and the general upland level, which is1400-1800ft.
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  • In addition, the Irish Republican party, Sinn Fein, says the constitution will erode national sovereignty in a number of areas.
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  • Three months ' infighting would seriously erode our sup port in the country.
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  • In either case the growing disturbances will tend to erode the gradient that is producing them, namely the temperature gradient.
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  • We must understand that belligerence, aggressiveness and causing major inconvenience to the public will quickly erode sympathy and support.
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  • After years of use an old chimney can suffer attack from heat and soot deposits that erode mortar joints.
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  • The wide disparity in the fissile material stockpiles of India and Pakistan could erode the stability of nuclear deterrence.
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  • They are nothing but an excuse to erode our democratic rights and hard won liberties.
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  • There is concern that the illicit market in banned substances may erode the future success of the Protocol.
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  • Higher sea levels could inundate small islands, flood coastal lowlands, and erode sand dunes.
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  • If introduced, enterprise liability is widely expected to erode even further the autonomy of midwives and of women in childbirth.
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  • Marble can erode when exposed to acids like lemon juice, granite can chip or crack with a hard impact (like dropping a can of tomato juice on it) and limestone is so soft that it doesn't take much to scratch it.
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  • The south-west line of the Madras railway runs through the district, and the South Indian railway (of metre gauge) joins this at Erode.
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