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tough

tough Sentence Examples

  • This was a tough day.

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  • It'll make things tough, but it's only a few months.

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  • She was tough, loyal, and beautiful.

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  • It must be tough on Donnie too.

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  • It was a tough job you set us there, my word!

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  • She comes across like a tough gal but she's really very sweet.

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  • It's been tough on Howie.

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  • It's been a tough couple of weeks, he answered.

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  • She had a tough night.

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  • They saw a mass of tough green vines all matted together and writhing and twisting around like a nest of great snakes.

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  • My source with the CBI isn't that privy to what's happening and it's damn tough acting on what I'm not supposed to know.

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  • She's so sweet and she's had such a tough life.

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  • Tough choice for you to make.

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  • It's pretty tough trying to rent a room with a piece of yellow tape strung across it.

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  • "I know it would be tough finding a place this close to the weekend," Jeff continued, "but we've got some friends that have a cabin.

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  • You'd have to be pretty mentally tough to go through all this without cracking.

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  • I hope they give him a tough time.

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  • It's tough losing a father.

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  • It's tough losing a father.

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  • She's had some tough times, but we can hope for the best with this visit.

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  • She's had some tough times, but we can hope for the best with this visit.

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  • How tough is this going to be?

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  • Not so tough anymore, are you, little girl.

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  • The hills are the tough part.

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  • As he said, it was going to be a tough job for him.

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  • "Eh, tough to say," he said.

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  • "He's just really tough," Jonny said.

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  • This is going to be tough, he thought as he entered Sarah's fridge to get some swill.

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  • It's really tough not being able to get away with anything when you're around.

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  • You're kind of tough on wildlife, aren't you?

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  • As much as he respected the tough little human, he found that she was driving him crazy.

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  • It must have been tough for you, having grown up with all of this.

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  • As much as he respected the tough little human, he found that she was driving him crazy.

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  • It must have been tough for you, having grown up with all of this.

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  • Soon, however, the remaining beans will be too tough for them, and go forward to meet new foes.

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  • "It's tough keeping up," he mumbled.

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  • "I'm just that tough," Xander said.

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  • And every time it's been really, really tough, you're the one who's been there.

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  • It's been a tough couple of weeks for your mother.

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  • They figure Josh is tough competition - but do you really think Josh could scare them off if they knew you were interested?

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  • AMADOU, a soft tough substance used as tinder, derived from Polyporus fomentarius, a fungus belonging to the group Basidiomycetes and somewhat resembling a mushroom in manner of growth.

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  • In places the nematocysts may be crowded so thickly as to form a tough, supporting, " chondral " tissue, resembling cartilage, chiefly developed at the margin of the umbrella and forming streaks or bars supporting the tentacles (" Tentakelspangen," peronia) or the tentaculocysts (" Gehorspangen," otoporpae).

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  • It was pretty tough on him – and so was I.

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  • Tough choice to make.

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  • Surprisingly, the chicken wasn't tough, though it was a little greasy.

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  • It's tough to blame him for that.

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  • It was a tough thing to swallow, especially since she had remained chaste.

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  • It was a tough thing to swallow, especially since she had remained chaste.

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  • She shouldn't have to be tough, and if he hadn't failed his people several sun-cycles before, he'd never think twice about training her for battle.

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  • It's tough on these old cases, especially if it's considered solved.

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  • That's a tough age.

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  • That's a tough age.

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  • She was mentally tough but fatigued by the events that occurred since they inadvertently met on a night similar to this one.

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  • The mesogloea is greatly developed in them and they are often of very tough consistency.

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  • "If you were half as tough as you sound, you wouldn't be stuck in here," she retorted.

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  • I heard he was pretty tough to work for.

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  • Not so tough now, are you, little girl?

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  • You.re as tough as an egg dropped from a ten-story building.

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  • She was tough but expressive, a combination he found odd but promising.

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  • They had a tough road ahead, yet after talking with Jackson and seeing them together, she felt hopeful they would overcome the many obstacles they would encounter.

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  • Having a child nowadays is tough enough but jumping in in the middle of the game is bewildering.

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  • Having a child nowadays is tough enough but jumping in in the middle of the game is bewildering.

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  • "And dreadfully tough," added the Hungry Tiger, in a sad voice.

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  • Yeah, well, I suppose it's a little tough in the winter.

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  • It's a lot tough nine months of the year.

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  • But cogent thoughts were few and he began to feel like an empty-nested squirrel facing a long, tough winter.

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  • There was no humidity, an ideal temperature and enough of a breeze to perfume the air with the zillion flowers recently wakened after a tough winter or per­haps just planted to welcome the approaching summer season.

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  • The last 200 miles of the bus ride traversed the first three days of the bike tour route after which the tour would turn north and enter the really tough mountain portions of the trek.

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  • Sure, Dean thought, I'll put it on the list, right after food, clothing and shelter, all of which were tough enough to fund given Bird Song's present budget.

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  • With the portions as big as they are, it would be tough to leave this restaurant hungry.

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  • Oh, man, that's tough.

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  • That must be tough.

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  • Yeah, that would be tough.

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  • "No. Go get Hannah.  If Death let you go, then Darkyn's pissed.  If Darkyn's pissed then –" "Hannah and Ully are in trouble," Rhyn finished and rose.  He looked at the wound in his chest.  It might be tough taking on the demons of Hell, but he had a promise to fulfill.

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  • "I know it's been less than a month since your father died," she said, "and it's been tough.

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  • You don't have to buy expensive cuts of meat just because they are, but I'm sure you'd enjoy buying some meat that you don't have to play wizard on so they won't be tough.

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  • If I heat this stuff up one more time, it's likely to get tough.

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  • In the massive state it has a colour resembling polished iron, and is malleable and very tough.

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  • The " northern soils," which are glacial deposits more or less redistributed by water, are much less fertile as a rule, and consist of all possible varieties from a tough boulder clay to loose sand.

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  • The rail-failures mentioned above also drew renewed attention to the importance of the thermal treatment of the steel from the time of melting to the last passage through the rolling mill and to the necessity of the finishing temperature being sufficiently low if the product is to be fine grained, homogeneous and tough; and to permit of this requirement being met there was a tendency to increase the thickness of the metal in the web and flanges of the rails.

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  • The wood of the hornbeam is white and close-grained, and polishes ill, is of considerable tenacity and little flexibility, and is extremely tough and hard to work - whence, according to Gerard, the name of the tree.

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  • The wood, which in Indian temples is burnt as incense, is yellowish-red, close-grained, tough, hard, readily worked, durable, and equal in quality to that of the deodar.

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  • The fibrous tough roots, softened by soaking in water, and split, are used by the Indians and voyageurs to sew together the birch-bark covering of their canoes; and a resin that exudes from the bark is employed to varnish over the seams. It was introduced to Great Britain at the end of the 17th century and was formerly more extensively planted than at present.

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  • egg-capsules are formed they are often of large size, have tough walls, and in each capsule are several eggs floating in a viscid fluid.

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  • Occasionally serpentines become sheared without yielding talcose minerals; they are then known as serpentine-schist and antigoriteschist, the latter being tough leek-green rocks, more or less transparent.

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  • The tough but flexible coarse grey paper (German Fliesspapier), upon which on the Continent specimens are commonly fixed by gummed strips of the same, is less hygroscopic than ordinary cartridge paper, but has the disadvantage of affording harbourage in the inequalities of its surface to a minute insect, Atropos pulsatoria, which commits great havoc in damp specimens, and which, even if noticed, cannot be dislodged without difficulty.

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  • Marine algae are usually mounted on tough smooth white cartridge paper in the following manner.

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  • 3 and 4) the entosternite has tough membrane - like outgrowths or genital somite.

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  • In the meantime a French brigade had, after a tough struggle, effected a lodgment at Kum Kale.

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  • The operation consists of paring off the tough sward to a depth of I to 2 in.

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  • Cigarettes consist of small rolls of fine cut tobacco wrapped in a covering of thin tough paper specially made for such use.

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  • The materials are bound together by a tough white thread which is formed by a secretion of the kidneys of the male.

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  • As time is an object, the conditions alluded to in the article on Copper as being favourable to the use of high current densities should be studied, bearing in mind that a tough copper deposit of high quality is essential.

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  • In Mexico, Colombia and Peru the cutting of friable stone with tough volcanic hammers and chisels, as well as rude metallurgy, obtained, but the evidences of smelting are not convincing.

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  • Their axes were made of tough stones, sawn from the block and ground to the fitting shape.

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  • The salt volatilizes (mostly in the form of a mixed vapour of the two components, which reunite on cooling), and condenses in the dome in the form of a characteristically fibrous and tough crust.

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  • At the end of the 6th century all the provinces of the Empire had become independent kingdoms, in which conquerors of Germanic race formed the dominant nationality., The remnants of the Empire showed an uncommonly tough vitality.

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  • A pyloric caecum connected with the stomach is commonly found, containing a tough flexible cylinder of transparent cartilaginous appearance, called the " crystalline style " (Mactra).

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  • It is a wood most extensively used for furniture and for carriagebuilding, being tough in texture and bearing shocks well, while much of it has a handsome grain and it is susceptible of a fine polish.

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  • It is remarkably tough, resisting a rending strain better than any of the fir or pine woods in common use, though not as elastic as some; properly seasoned, it is as little liable to shrink as to split; the boughs being small compared to the trunk, the timber is more free from large knots, and the small knots remain firm and undecayed.

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  • Each spikelet contains a solitary flower with two outer small barren glumes, above which is a large tough, compressed, often awned, flowering glume, which partly encloses the somewhat similar pale.

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  • The pelts, although very light, are tough and durable, hence their good reputation for linings for ladies' walking or driving coats.

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  • The badger does not usually seek to attack, but, when driven to bay, its great muscular power and tough hide render it a formidable antagonist.

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  • The outer wall, especially of the upper epidermis, has a tough outer layer or cuticle which renders it impervious to water.

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  • When the time for eclosion has come, the male enters the water with his burden; the larvae, in the full tadpole condition, measuring 14 to 17 millimetres, bite their way through their tough envelope, which is not abandoned by the father until all the young are liberated, and complete in the ordinary way their metamorphosis.

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  • The mature pollengrain is, like other spores, a single cell; except in the case of some submerged aquatic plants, it has a double wall, a thin delicate wall of unaltered cellulose, the endospore or intine, and a tough outer cuticularized exospore or extine.

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  • The slurry, in drying on the floor of the flue, forms a fairly tough cake which cracks spontaneously in the process of drying into rough blocks suitable for loading into the kiln.

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  • The various stages in this kind of demolition are best seen where the underlying rock is of granite or similarly tough material, which at the same time is apt to be split and splintered by means of its numerous transverse joints.

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  • The latter are usually constructed from the tough fibre of the Agave americana and consist of one or more cables.

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  • The wood when cut is white or yellowish white, straight in grain and easily worked, but is not so tough, elastic or durable as the northern pine, and therefore is not so suitable for constructional work.

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  • The wood is very hard, tough, with fine regular grain and close texture, the annular rings being distinct and the medullary rays well marked.

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  • The white walnut (Juglans alba) or hickory is common in North America, and is very tough, hard and elastic. The black walnut (Juglans nigra) is also native to America.

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  • is brown; it is hard, heavy, strong and very tough, and when kept either always wet or always dry is durable.

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  • The wood is very tough and strong, and superior to most wood in elasticity; and it weighs 40 to 55 lb per cub.

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  • The wood is fine-grained, frequently with a beautiful wavy figure, yellowish white to light brown in colour; it is very hard, tough and durable.

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  • With repeated hammering, drawing out and annealing, it gains much in strength and toughness, and the addition of a very minute quantity of carbon converts it into steel, less tough, but of the keenest hardness.

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  • The vacoa or vacois, (Pandanus utilis) is largely grown, the long tough leaves being manufactured into bags for the export of sugar, and the roots being also made of use; and in the few remnants of the original forests the traveller's tree (Urania speciosa), grows abundantly.

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  • The wood of the aspen is very light and soft, though tough; it is employed by coopers, chiefly for pails and herring-casks; it is also made into butchers' trays, pack-saddles, and various articles for which its lightness recommends it; sabots are also made of it in France, and in medieval days it was valued for arrows, especially for those used in target practice; the bark is used for tanning in northern countries; cattle and deer browse greedily on the young shoots and abundant suckers.

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  • The fruit is one-seeded, with a tough, leathery or hard wall.

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  • The young shoots, being flexible and tough, are employed in France as whips.

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  • The latter are borne three together, invested by a cupule of four green bracts, which, as the fruit matures, grow to form the tough green prickly envelope surrounding the group of generally three nuts.

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  • deep, in which the opium is kneaded until uniform in colour and consistence and tough enough to be formed into cakes of 8 or 10 oz.

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  • In Cenchrus the bristles unite to form a tough spiny capsule fig.

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  • The material must be sufficientIy tough to bend cold 180° flat on itself without sign of fracture.

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  • Where cast iron is used it must be of tough grey iron free from defects.

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  • A pair of small strapshaped leaves succeed the two cotyledons of the seedling, and persist as the only leaves during the life of the plant; they retain the power of growth in their basal portion, which is sunk in a narrow groove near the edge of the crown, and the tough lamina, 6 ft.

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  • 14 and 15 show Liegel's producer, the special object of which is to deal with any fuel (coal or coke) giving a tough, pasty slag on combustion.

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  • - Longitudinal Section of a break owing to its tough Grain of Wheat; highly magnified.

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  • Their influence brought the Icelandic literature into new roads, and it is interesting to see how the tough Icelandic element gradually assimilates the foreign.

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  • \°' layer as in an ordinary ?..,r simple tooth, shows in addition a second inner ring of the same hard substance surrounding the pit, which adds greatly to the efficiency of the tooth as an organ for biting tough, fibrous substances.

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  • The cannon-bones should be flat, heavy and clean, and the feet wide, tough, and prominent at the heels.

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  • In all the Australasian species the egg is large and heavily charged with foodyolk, and is surrounded by a tough membrane.

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  • It is insipid, crackles between the teeth, occurs in variable-sized pieces, is tough, of a yellowish-white colour, and opaque, and has properties similar to gum tragacanth.

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  • It'll make things tough, but it's only a few months.

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  • Her situation was hardly hopeless - tough, but every body had tough times.

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  • It's been tough on her.

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  • It's been tough on Howie.

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  • "It's tough keeping up," he mumbled.

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  • She had a tough night.

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  • It's tough on these old cases, especially if it's considered solved.

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  • "I'm just that tough," Xander said.

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  • "He's just really tough," Jonny said.

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  • She's so sweet and she's had such a tough life.

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  • It's really tough not being able to get away with anything when you're around.

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  • Sure, Dean thought, I'll put it on the list, right after food, clothing and shelter, all of which were tough enough to fund given Bird Song's present budget.

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  • Yeah, well, I suppose it's a little tough in the winter.

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  • It's a lot tough nine months of the year.

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  • This is tough duty.

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  • But cogent thoughts were few and he began to feel like an empty-nested squirrel facing a long, tough winter.

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  • She was mentally tough but fatigued by the events that occurred since they inadvertently met on a night similar to this one.

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  • A day and a half with her sister was as much as she could tolerate; faced with the alternative of returning to her creepy apartment with its creepy occupants, she'd tough it out.

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  • You'd have to be pretty mentally tough to go through all this without cracking.

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  • "If you were half as tough as you sound, you wouldn't be stuck in here," she retorted.

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  • Not so tough now, are you, little girl?

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  • Not so tough anymore, are you, little girl.

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  • He.d had one friend in his life, Gabriel, and his mate, a woman tough in spirit but vulnerable in flesh.

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  • You.re as tough as an egg dropped from a ten-story building.

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  • She was tough, loyal, and beautiful.

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  • "Eh, tough to say," he said.

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  • She was tough but expressive, a combination he found odd but promising.

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  • She shouldn't have to be tough, and if he hadn't failed his people several sun-cycles before, he'd never think twice about training her for battle.

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  • It must be tough on Donnie too.

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  • "I know it would be tough finding a place this close to the weekend," Jeff continued, "but we've got some friends that have a cabin.

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  • My source with the CBI isn't that privy to what's happening and it's damn tough acting on what I'm not supposed to know.

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  • It's pretty tough trying to rent a room with a piece of yellow tape strung across it.

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  • When one had the kind of wealth the vampires did, there was always need for a lawyer, and having to constantly dodge questions about how one amassed a fortune at such a young age could be pretty tough.

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  • This is going to be tough, he thought as he entered Sarah's fridge to get some swill.

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  • Oh, man, that's tough.

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  • That must be tough.

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  • Yeah, that would be tough.

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  • How tough is this going to be?

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  • They had a tough road ahead, yet after talking with Jackson and seeing them together, she felt hopeful they would overcome the many obstacles they would encounter.

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  • They figure Josh is tough competition - but do you really think Josh could scare them off if they knew you were interested?

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  • You're kind of tough on wildlife, aren't you?

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  • "No. Go get Hannah.  If Death let you go, then Darkyn's pissed.  If Darkyn's pissed then –" "Hannah and Ully are in trouble," Rhyn finished and rose.  He looked at the wound in his chest.  It might be tough taking on the demons of Hell, but he had a promise to fulfill.

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  • This was a tough day.

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  • It's been a tough couple of weeks, he answered.

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  • "I know it's been less than a month since your father died," she said, "and it's been tough.

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  • There was no humidity, an ideal temperature and enough of a breeze to perfume the air with the zillion flowers recently wakened after a tough winter or per­haps just planted to welcome the approaching summer season.

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  • The hills are the tough part.

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  • And every time it's been really, really tough, you're the one who's been there.

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  • She comes across like a tough gal but she's really very sweet.

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  • It's been a tough couple of weeks for your mother.

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  • The last 200 miles of the bus ride traversed the first three days of the bike tour route after which the tour would turn north and enter the really tough mountain portions of the trek.

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  • It's tough to blame him for that.

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  • I heard he was pretty tough to work for.

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  • As he said, it was going to be a tough job for him.

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  • You don't have to buy expensive cuts of meat just because they are, but I'm sure you'd enjoy buying some meat that you don't have to play wizard on so they won't be tough.

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  • If I heat this stuff up one more time, it's likely to get tough.

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  • Surprisingly, the chicken wasn't tough, though it was a little greasy.

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  • I hope they give him a tough time.

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  • It was pretty tough on him – and so was I.

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  • Tough choice to make.

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  • Tough choice for you to make.

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  • abately the competition was extremely tough and we see no signs of this abating in the year to come.

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  • accountable local leadership with the mandate to make tough decisions.

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  • am not sure what you mean by " tough questions " .

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  • The Kestrel 1000 & 2000 are tough, pocket-sized rotating vane anemometers.

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  • antisocial behavior isn't just about getting tough.

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  • inflammatory arthritis is caused by swelling and tenderness inside the tough layer of tissue that forms a protective capsule around the joint.

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  • Whether you have a tough homework assignment, or have to swim 5 meters for the first time (well done, Bella!

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  • It is also on a tough road from royal autocracy to a kind of democracy.

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  • Preferably hot chicks, but in the absence of those some tough biker babes would work.

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  • This is a tough, well-sized multimedia viewer, just 3.5 inches long with a 5 color backlight TFT LCD screen.

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  • With four high quality ball bearings the Daiwa Emblem Spod is truly a tough and smooth performer.

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  • The age of the spritsail barges created a whole new industry, a special kind of ship and a tough new breed of sailors.

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  • barnacles shell however lives a tiny shrimp-like animal which is attached to the rock by a tough glue.

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  • batting on some tough early season wickets.

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  • He was a gentle tough nut who went on to be a champion Scottish amateur boxer.

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  • A worthy opponent is waiting in the wings, the tough gritty Polish kick boxer Robert Nowak.

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  • A freshly killed partridge may be plucked first and then braised in the sauce so that it does not get tough.

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  • Each segment has four tiny bristles (tough hairs) underneath its body.

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  • broccoli stalk to remove the tough outer layer and thinly slice crosswise.

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  • Bruce tinsley fish was too from that point smart tough passionate.

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  • Co-promoter Nicol said: " That was a tough match and the tournament schedule makes a brutal sport even more brutal.

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  • In such a tough environment, will Auctionworld's would-be buyers be put off by its tainted reputation?

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  • He recounts: ' The daily routine was tough and introduced me to the life of working in the fields or el campo.

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  • carl Woodward have a tough business models might.

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  • The same principle applies to whole-grain cereals: the tough skin also slows down digestion.

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  • Lyneham won all their matches in this round despite a tough challenge in the last with a narrow win.

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  • Prior to that run he had looked a tough, staying chaser.

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  • Published: 29 August 2006 ' You need your very own personal bailiff; tough, no nonsense, short on social chitchat.

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  • chunks of chick flesh on the tough leather glove.

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  • The carriers are finished in tough epoxy powder coating, except for the stainless carriers, which are hand-polished.

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  • The Arrow is likely to face tough competition from other radio groups keen to grab a rare FM license in the important area.

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  • Life's a tough cookie really, especially on the hill.

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  • A tough cop finds himself assigned to investigate the disappearance of a beautiful scientist.

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  • Figure 2 Typical effect of the extent of previous cold work on the annealing behavior of tough pitch copper Cu-ETP.

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  • Speeding motorists in the North East are facing a tough crackdown as part of a new campaign aimed at driving them off our roads.

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  • A tough initiation for new boy Ben in his first full cross-country for Collingwood.

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  • Often seen with Lucy, a diminutive, tough, witty woman who always looked very cuddly.

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  • The combination of all these factors is very demanding on our hands and leads to dry, cracked skin and tough white cuticles.

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  • Two young damsels round it off: one a ferociously boiling Italian; next, a tough English prisoner in a tower.

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  • tough decisions might need tough people who could take an overall view without sentiment.

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  • Lenin is presented as a tough, determined, complex, highly-intelligent but also devious person.

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  • Hotham had a reputation as a tough disciplinarian and the crew refused to accept him.

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  • It is near impossible to take divots and the course therefore can be tough on muscles, joints and bones.

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  • The tough cover includes a membrane covered earpiece which gives good volume without setting your ' phone to its maximum volume.

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  • Assessment Tough laws on migration and asylum stringently enforced.

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  • A full weekend of action in the Peak District for those tough enough to take on our most EXTREME event yet!

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  • Many successful entrepreneurs come from tough, working class backgrounds.

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  • They are designed to sound tough while imposing no constraint on his ability to ride an endless escalator of taxing and spending.

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  • He is a street evangelist and his personality shows all the signs of a tough, weathered and fearless ' front line ' evangelist.

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  • Banana Guard is a tough plastic exoskeleton for your banana to wear when going into battle in the dangerous world of your lunchbox.

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  • This is the ultimate in performance eyewear, meaning you can be participating in tough sports whilst still listening to your favorite music.

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  • The range of textures he creates - tough hide, fluffy fur, preened feathers, dry scales - is extraordinary.

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  • fillet swordfish should be cooked as skinless filets, steaks, or chunks, as the skin is tough and strong tasting.

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  • Impress 7000 lacquer finish All the features of the Impress 5000, with a tough lacquer finish that guarantees your badge for life.

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  • STRONG POINTS Good value for money, but Muratori uses tough, top quality hammer flails.

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  • But they make no bones that it will be tough, and the kids respond with an almost freakish level of discipline and maturity.

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  • The palate was big and tough - the tannins fighting it out with blackberry and blackcurrant fruit.

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  • He's a tough player and very competitive - he's also pretty versatile and can play fullback or midfield.

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  • The range of textures he creates - tough hide, fluffy fur, preened feathers, dry scales - is extraordinary.

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  • Ifm a big tough gaijin, twice the size of most these people.

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  • In the hills they require tough ankle boots because of the rocks and many sportsmen still wear gaiters.

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  • game of the season is always tough.

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  • It's been a tough week and a grumpy old git needs an early night.

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  • For finding your French / German GCSE tough going?

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  • grille cloth make for a tough, no-frills appearance.

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  • Tough, water-resistant materials and a stretchy side gusset provide plenty of protection and a safe, snug fit.

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  • Now he's set to become a Hollywood tough guy.

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  • Slowly but surely the on-line tech support is built up with only the really tough questions requiring a little hand-holding.

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  • These stems are whitish when young, but rapidly harden to become green, tough, furrowed and woody.

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  • hi-hat pattern and tough kicks.

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  • Compassion - We mean ruthless honesty and tough, direct, caring communication.

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  • Tough and funky hip hop in the grand tradition is just what the doctor ordered.

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  • Does its best to make tough stuff humorous and the walk-through of creating an applet is really relatively painless.

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  • Often our competitors use very impure ' tough pitch ' copper, which has about 1500 crystals or grains in each foot.

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  • To make such bizarre topics accessible, and relatively inoffensive, was a tough task she proved more than capable of.

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  • Make no bones about it, there are limits to how tough a world judo champion can be.

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  • kerbat's the tough message being targeted at curb crawlers through the launch of a new poster campaign in the city.

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  • British Horse Society President Noel Edmonds said: " I know the panel had a tough time choosing just 10 new laureates.

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  • But the initial learning curve can be a tough lesson.

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  • lignifyeaves become heavily lignified, which makes them tough, strong and waterproof.

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  • Mr. Caborn: Business is pretty tough luck anyway, sometimes.

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  • How to use the mailroom Did you ever want to ask the Pure Mathematicians a tough question?

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  • Duncan tried hard against Nick but it was always going to be a tough match against a player ranked 65 places above him.

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  • The 27-year old tough tackling midfielder has joined Leeds after being linked with clubs such as Stoke, Crystal Palace and Norwich.

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  • militated against tough action on this.

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  • To his credit Craig tries very hard to be a tough London gangster but is completely miscast.

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  • Booklist " You wake up in this here world, my sweet li'l mister, you got to wake up tough.

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  • moonshine record 's dj with seven individually of tough and made quot.

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  • GM rape has crossed with charlock, or wild mustard, to create a tough pesticide-resistant strain.

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  • nether reaches of Swildon's is not so tough.

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  • Links with the PCT remain a tough nut to crack.

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  • obscenitysually very cool and tough, became pale, trembled and screamed terrible obscenities at me.

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  • off-putting appearance, but he was as tough as 'old boots ' .

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  • We were not as impressed with the vegetable pakora - a little tough.

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  • It can be a tough decision, but the protection of your child is obviously paramount.

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  • The soft pith from inside the tough stems was cut into long strips.

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  • plantar fasciitis - under the foot is a broad band of tough fibers that runs from the heel to the base of the toes.

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  • Supporters are asked to be aware of the tough drinking policies in force from the local plod.

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  • The base is made from top quality plywood with a tough rounded edge.

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  • His is a tough and deeply poetic vision that will always be relevant.

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  • It's easy to fit and is made of tough, durable polypropylene, giving it a tested strength of 2500 Kg.

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  • Every track is about how tough he is, his sexual prowess, how he likes to party, or all three.

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  • The optional off-road pack makes short work of tough terrain, and this diesel engine is very punchy.

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  • rampages at the Auckland based club that Mark fully confirmed his reputation as a tough, rampaging forward.

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  • These were South American versions of their wild-west counterparts, making a rough, tough living, working on huge cattle ranches.

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  • They were immediately relegated and, this time, have found it tough back in the Championship.

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  • Nevertheless we will continue to express our burning resentment of unlawful imprisonment without trial under a tough prison regime.

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  • resistant coating provides a tough barrier to the unwanted graffiti artist.

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  • Due to the tough conditions and failing light, the first round robin could not be completed by close of play on Saturday.

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  • Use an acidic liquid - lemon juice, soy sauce, vinegar, or broth - to break down the tough protein fibers.

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  • Self-protection The eyeball itself is quite tough, given shape and stiffness by the outer, fibrous sclera.

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  • THE PLATE Tough competition followed the round robin rounds with the overall plate winner going to Stan Smith with Derek Shaw finishing second.

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  • Tough thinking included good decision making at critical moments in a match, honest self-appraisal, and overcoming self-doubts.

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  • sensibilityclass="ex">people's sensibilities are offended, that's tough.

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  • Do you want someone who is tough like a drill sergeant or does a gentler type of coaching appeal to you?

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  • The high standard set at the trials for Ladies ' football meant the squad selection was very tough.

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  • The high standard set at the trials for Ladies ' football meant the squad selection was very tough.

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  • Forbidding... bleak entrance of tough Lincoln Prison where Lord Archer was sent And he had NOT been given permission to attend the shindig.

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  • BURTON Albion boss Nigel Clough has promised Derby County a tough work-out in tomorrow's showpiece friendly at the Pirelli Stadium, kick-off 3pm.

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  • If you're not single-minded and tough in these instances, your entrepreneurial activity is pretty meaningless.

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  • Hot air could fuel cars Life's tough for the common skate Why test the water?

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  • Remove and discard the tough outer skin from the lemon grass stalks and roughly chop.

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  • skinless filets, steaks, or chunks, as the skin is tough and strong tasting.

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  • Without tough steel, the modern skyscraper would never have been born.

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  • slogan coined by Brown: tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime.

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  • I had a tough go as a kid and my animals kept me going, I shoveled snow mowed lawns to buy feed.

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  • sourdough toast was a bit tough, but it was the end of the day.

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  • soy sauce, vinegar, or broth - to break down the tough protein fibers.

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  • The Czechs spanking the USA has made things tough for them as the Americans will be tight at the back against the Italians.

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  • Get tough action days and fast tracking extreme speeders to court will continue.

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  • In other words, if you're caught speeding, tough.

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  • spritsail barges created a whole new industry, a special kind of ship and a tough new breed of sailors.

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  • We need to take a tough stance on all legal wrongs.

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  • standard set at the trials for Ladies ' football meant the squad selection was very tough.

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  • started talking tough this week about standing up to the unions over pensions.

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  • stretchynes are held together at the joint by equally tough but slightly stretchier fibers called ligaments.

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  • Times were tough at his father's shop as the miners ' strike hit the local economy.

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  • Zupan is equally strong-willed, cocky, tough and aggressive, but also funny and oddly sexy.

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  • They are not a cure-all capable of transforming a tough old joint into tender succulent morsels.

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  • summarized in the words, " Life is tough " (an indicator of a lament ).

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  • syncopated hi-hat pattern and tough kicks.

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  • For too long the trade unions have bowed down before the tough talk of free market Tories and New Labor.

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  • talking tough this week about standing up to the unions over pensions.

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  • There is some tough talking by Jesus in today's Gospel reading.

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  • Parents can be tough taskmasters in seeking the best for their children, as many of you may know.

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  • Here she faced tough opposition from fellow county teammate, Anna Bradly who won through 3-0 to book herself a place in the final.

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  • thieve about time we got tough in our community on the anti social thieving scum who prey on us.

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  • Or, to revive a slogan coined by Brown: tough on crime, tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime.

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  • BLAIR: Firstly, we must be tough on terror and tough on terror and tough on the causes of terror.

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  • tough on crime tough on the causes of crime.

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  • tough on terrorism.

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  • tough as old boots.

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  • tough stance on all legal wrongs.

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  • tough nut to crack.

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  • tough guy.

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  • tough decision to prioritize which schemes should get the go ahead.

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  • The Pentium 4 was pretty tough for us to get ramped into the marketplace.

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  • tough enough to withstand heavy weights, and they are anti-burst for your safety.

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  • tough to stomach farm would not central los angeles the new york.

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  • tough to beat.

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  • Need to get tough on illegal immigrants working in the UK?

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  • Gordon Brown started talking tough this week about standing up to the unions over pensions.

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  • Spain, it is true, is still hanging tough despite massively mounting opposition to the policy of Jose Maria Aznar.

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  • She had spoilt the little turds rotten then tried to get all tough on them.

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  • Brow youngsters celebrate cup treble WATH Brow under-14s were celebrating after lifting the Cumbria Cup â following a tough tussle with Ellenborough.

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  • Getting there by itself is one tough job, and sustaining your place there is another day to day tussle.

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  • Made from tough cotton twill with large name panel stitched clearly onto the side.

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  • two-shot cushion into the tough closing stretch.

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  • undaunted by tough task facing the Irish Published: 02 September 2006 The pressure is mounting on Steve Staunton.

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  • farmed venison tends to be tender; wild venison is often tough.

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  • vertebrae of the neck are tough, decapitation may require more than one blow.

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  • Especially cold, huge tough great leaves that taste vile?

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  • viscous fluid encased in a tough, flexible membrane.

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  • They were little gangster wannabes who talked tough and hadn't a clue about the art of death.

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  • With fourteen watchtowers, steep steps and a high point at 700 meters, this section provides a tough trek with incredible panoramic views.

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  • whittleournemouth exhibitions team, who organize the annual competition, had the tough task of whittling down the entrants to just six finalists.

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  • I see that under Blair's tough new measures we could see yobs grounded just in case they might cause trouble.

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  • In the massive state it has a colour resembling polished iron, and is malleable and very tough.

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  • dryophilus has sometimes been gathered in mistake for the champignon, but this too grows in woods where the champignon never grows; it has a hollow instead of a solid stem, gills crowded together instead of far apart, and flesh very tender and brittle instead of tough.

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  • AMADOU, a soft tough substance used as tinder, derived from Polyporus fomentarius, a fungus belonging to the group Basidiomycetes and somewhat resembling a mushroom in manner of growth.

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  • an outer one (o.c.), tough and rigid in nature, and an inner one (i.c.) of more flexible consistence.

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  • In places the nematocysts may be crowded so thickly as to form a tough, supporting, " chondral " tissue, resembling cartilage, chiefly developed at the margin of the umbrella and forming streaks or bars supporting the tentacles (" Tentakelspangen," peronia) or the tentaculocysts (" Gehorspangen," otoporpae).

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  • The medusae of this order are characterized by the tough, rigid consistence of the umbrella, due partly to the dense nature of the mesogloea, partly to the presence of a marginal rim of chondral tissue, consisting of thickened ectoderm containing great numbers of nematocysts, and forming, as it were, a cushion-tyre supporting the edge of the umbrella.

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  • The mesogloea is greatly developed in them and they are often of very tough consistency.

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  • The wood is very white, and, from its soft and even grain, is employed by turners and toy-makers, while, being tough and little liable to split, it is also serviceable for the construction of packing cases, the lining of carts and waggons, and many similar purposes; when thoroughly seasoned it makes good flooring planks, but shrinks much in drying, weighing about 58 lb per cubic foot when green, but only 331 lb when dry.

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  • In former days this was the prevalent poplar in Britain, and the timber was employed for the purposes to which that of other species is applied, but has been superseded by P. monilifera and its varieties; it probably furnished the poplar wood of the Romans, which, from its lightness and soft tough grain, was in esteem for shield-making; in continental Europe it is still in some request; the bark, in Russia, is used for tanning leather, while in Kamchatka it is sometimes ground up and mixed with meal; the gum secreted by the buds was employed by the old herbalists for various medicinal purposes, but is probably nearly inert; the cotton-like down of the seed has been converted into a kind of vegetable felt, and has also been used in paper-making.

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  • The " northern soils," which are glacial deposits more or less redistributed by water, are much less fertile as a rule, and consist of all possible varieties from a tough boulder clay to loose sand.

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  • The rail-failures mentioned above also drew renewed attention to the importance of the thermal treatment of the steel from the time of melting to the last passage through the rolling mill and to the necessity of the finishing temperature being sufficiently low if the product is to be fine grained, homogeneous and tough; and to permit of this requirement being met there was a tendency to increase the thickness of the metal in the web and flanges of the rails.

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  • The wood of the hornbeam is white and close-grained, and polishes ill, is of considerable tenacity and little flexibility, and is extremely tough and hard to work - whence, according to Gerard, the name of the tree.

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  • The wood, which in Indian temples is burnt as incense, is yellowish-red, close-grained, tough, hard, readily worked, durable, and equal in quality to that of the deodar.

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  • The fibrous tough roots, softened by soaking in water, and split, are used by the Indians and voyageurs to sew together the birch-bark covering of their canoes; and a resin that exudes from the bark is employed to varnish over the seams. It was introduced to Great Britain at the end of the 17th century and was formerly more extensively planted than at present.

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  • egg-capsules are formed they are often of large size, have tough walls, and in each capsule are several eggs floating in a viscid fluid.

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  • Occasionally serpentines become sheared without yielding talcose minerals; they are then known as serpentine-schist and antigoriteschist, the latter being tough leek-green rocks, more or less transparent.

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  • The tough but flexible coarse grey paper (German Fliesspapier), upon which on the Continent specimens are commonly fixed by gummed strips of the same, is less hygroscopic than ordinary cartridge paper, but has the disadvantage of affording harbourage in the inequalities of its surface to a minute insect, Atropos pulsatoria, which commits great havoc in damp specimens, and which, even if noticed, cannot be dislodged without difficulty.

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  • Marine algae are usually mounted on tough smooth white cartridge paper in the following manner.

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  • 3 and 4) the entosternite has tough membrane - like outgrowths or genital somite.

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  • In the meantime a French brigade had, after a tough struggle, effected a lodgment at Kum Kale.

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  • The operation consists of paring off the tough sward to a depth of I to 2 in.

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  • Cigarettes consist of small rolls of fine cut tobacco wrapped in a covering of thin tough paper specially made for such use.

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  • The materials are bound together by a tough white thread which is formed by a secretion of the kidneys of the male.

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  • As time is an object, the conditions alluded to in the article on Copper as being favourable to the use of high current densities should be studied, bearing in mind that a tough copper deposit of high quality is essential.

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  • In Mexico, Colombia and Peru the cutting of friable stone with tough volcanic hammers and chisels, as well as rude metallurgy, obtained, but the evidences of smelting are not convincing.

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  • Their axes were made of tough stones, sawn from the block and ground to the fitting shape.

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  • The salt volatilizes (mostly in the form of a mixed vapour of the two components, which reunite on cooling), and condenses in the dome in the form of a characteristically fibrous and tough crust.

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  • At the end of the 6th century all the provinces of the Empire had become independent kingdoms, in which conquerors of Germanic race formed the dominant nationality., The remnants of the Empire showed an uncommonly tough vitality.

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  • A pyloric caecum connected with the stomach is commonly found, containing a tough flexible cylinder of transparent cartilaginous appearance, called the " crystalline style " (Mactra).

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  • It is a wood most extensively used for furniture and for carriagebuilding, being tough in texture and bearing shocks well, while much of it has a handsome grain and it is susceptible of a fine polish.

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  • It is remarkably tough, resisting a rending strain better than any of the fir or pine woods in common use, though not as elastic as some; properly seasoned, it is as little liable to shrink as to split; the boughs being small compared to the trunk, the timber is more free from large knots, and the small knots remain firm and undecayed.

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  • Each spikelet contains a solitary flower with two outer small barren glumes, above which is a large tough, compressed, often awned, flowering glume, which partly encloses the somewhat similar pale.

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  • The pelts, although very light, are tough and durable, hence their good reputation for linings for ladies' walking or driving coats.

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  • The badger does not usually seek to attack, but, when driven to bay, its great muscular power and tough hide render it a formidable antagonist.

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  • The outer wall, especially of the upper epidermis, has a tough outer layer or cuticle which renders it impervious to water.

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  • When the time for eclosion has come, the male enters the water with his burden; the larvae, in the full tadpole condition, measuring 14 to 17 millimetres, bite their way through their tough envelope, which is not abandoned by the father until all the young are liberated, and complete in the ordinary way their metamorphosis.

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  • The mature pollengrain is, like other spores, a single cell; except in the case of some submerged aquatic plants, it has a double wall, a thin delicate wall of unaltered cellulose, the endospore or intine, and a tough outer cuticularized exospore or extine.

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  • The slurry, in drying on the floor of the flue, forms a fairly tough cake which cracks spontaneously in the process of drying into rough blocks suitable for loading into the kiln.

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  • The various stages in this kind of demolition are best seen where the underlying rock is of granite or similarly tough material, which at the same time is apt to be split and splintered by means of its numerous transverse joints.

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  • The latter are usually constructed from the tough fibre of the Agave americana and consist of one or more cables.

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  • The wood when cut is white or yellowish white, straight in grain and easily worked, but is not so tough, elastic or durable as the northern pine, and therefore is not so suitable for constructional work.

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  • The wood is very hard, tough, with fine regular grain and close texture, the annular rings being distinct and the medullary rays well marked.

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  • The white walnut (Juglans alba) or hickory is common in North America, and is very tough, hard and elastic. The black walnut (Juglans nigra) is also native to America.

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  • is brown; it is hard, heavy, strong and very tough, and when kept either always wet or always dry is durable.

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  • The wood is very tough and strong, and superior to most wood in elasticity; and it weighs 40 to 55 lb per cub.

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  • The wood is fine-grained, frequently with a beautiful wavy figure, yellowish white to light brown in colour; it is very hard, tough and durable.

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  • With repeated hammering, drawing out and annealing, it gains much in strength and toughness, and the addition of a very minute quantity of carbon converts it into steel, less tough, but of the keenest hardness.

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  • The vacoa or vacois, (Pandanus utilis) is largely grown, the long tough leaves being manufactured into bags for the export of sugar, and the roots being also made of use; and in the few remnants of the original forests the traveller's tree (Urania speciosa), grows abundantly.

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  • The wood of the aspen is very light and soft, though tough; it is employed by coopers, chiefly for pails and herring-casks; it is also made into butchers' trays, pack-saddles, and various articles for which its lightness recommends it; sabots are also made of it in France, and in medieval days it was valued for arrows, especially for those used in target practice; the bark is used for tanning in northern countries; cattle and deer browse greedily on the young shoots and abundant suckers.

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  • Jack-fruit or durian, the tough spiny hide of which is torn open with their strong fingers, forms the chief food of orang-utans, which also consume the luscious mangustin and other fruits.

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  • The fruit is one-seeded, with a tough, leathery or hard wall.

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  • The young shoots, being flexible and tough, are employed in France as whips.

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  • The latter are borne three together, invested by a cupule of four green bracts, which, as the fruit matures, grow to form the tough green prickly envelope surrounding the group of generally three nuts.

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  • deep, in which the opium is kneaded until uniform in colour and consistence and tough enough to be formed into cakes of 8 or 10 oz.

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  • In Cenchrus the bristles unite to form a tough spiny capsule fig.

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  • The material must be sufficientIy tough to bend cold 180° flat on itself without sign of fracture.

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  • Where cast iron is used it must be of tough grey iron free from defects.

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  • A pair of small strapshaped leaves succeed the two cotyledons of the seedling, and persist as the only leaves during the life of the plant; they retain the power of growth in their basal portion, which is sunk in a narrow groove near the edge of the crown, and the tough lamina, 6 ft.

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  • 14 and 15 show Liegel's producer, the special object of which is to deal with any fuel (coal or coke) giving a tough, pasty slag on combustion.

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  • - Longitudinal Section of a break owing to its tough Grain of Wheat; highly magnified.

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  • Their influence brought the Icelandic literature into new roads, and it is interesting to see how the tough Icelandic element gradually assimilates the foreign.

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  • \°' layer as in an ordinary ?..,r simple tooth, shows in addition a second inner ring of the same hard substance surrounding the pit, which adds greatly to the efficiency of the tooth as an organ for biting tough, fibrous substances.

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  • The cannon-bones should be flat, heavy and clean, and the feet wide, tough, and prominent at the heels.

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  • In all the Australasian species the egg is large and heavily charged with foodyolk, and is surrounded by a tough membrane.

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  • It is insipid, crackles between the teeth, occurs in variable-sized pieces, is tough, of a yellowish-white colour, and opaque, and has properties similar to gum tragacanth.

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  • The optional off-road pack makes short work of tough terrain, and this diesel engine is very punchy.

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  • It was at the Auckland based club that Mark fully confirmed his reputation as a tough, rampaging forward.

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  • These were South American versions of their wild-west counterparts, making a rough, tough living, working on huge cattle ranches.

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  • They were immediately relegated and, this time, have found it tough back in the Championship.

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  • Nevertheless we will continue to express our burning resentment of unlawful imprisonment without trial under a tough prison regime.

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  • CPFilms unique scratch resistant coating provides a tough barrier to the unwanted graffiti artist.

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  • A single hanging point for ease and a tough, ripstop bag for protection.

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  • Moreover, they are tough to recruit into a risky proposition.

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  • He is sending an early signal about how ' tough ' he intends to be on rogue states like Iraq.

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  • THE PLATE Tough competition followed the round robin rounds with the overall plate winner going to Stan Smith with Derek Shaw finishing second.

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  • Due to the tough conditions and failing light, the first round robin could not be completed by close of play on Saturday.

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  • The card is printed on tough plastic and will fit into a jacket or rucksack pocket.

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  • Tips Composting works best with a good mix of dry, tough materials with wet, sappy materials.

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  • Use an acidic liquid - lemon juice, soy sauce, vinegar, or broth - to break down the tough protein fibers.

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  • Self-protection The eyeball itself is quite tough, given shape and stiffness by the outer, fibrous sclera.

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  • Tough thinking included good decision making at critical moments in a match, honest self-appraisal, and overcoming self-doubts.

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  • If people 's sensibilities are offended, that 's tough.

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  • Do you want someone who is tough like a drill sergeant or does a gentler type of coaching appeal to you?

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  • The high standard set at the trials for Ladies ' football meant the squad selection was very tough.

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  • Even tho diamond is very tough, it can be shattered by a hard blow, especially at an unlucky angle.

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  • Polycarbonate is a clear and relatively tough plastic used to make shatterproof windows, lenses and even helmets.

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  • Forbidding... bleak entrance of tough Lincoln Prison where Lord Archer was sent And he had NOT been given permission to attend the shindig.

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  • BURTON Albion boss Nigel Clough has promised Derby County a tough work-out in tomorrow 's showpiece friendly at the Pirelli Stadium, kick-off 3pm.

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  • If you 're not single-minded and tough in these instances, your entrepreneurial activity is pretty meaningless.

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  • Hot air could fuel cars Life 's tough for the common skate Why test the water?

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  • Remove and discard the tough outer skin from the lemon grass stalks and roughly chop.

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  • Birding today was tough with a lot of species either skulking in dense vegetation or high up in the canopy.

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  • Without tough steel, the modern skyscraper would never have been born.

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  • We do n't want any " hired hands " who can feed the sheep, but when the going gets tough, slink away.

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  • Or, to revive a slogan coined by Brown: tough on crime, tough on the causes of crime.

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  • I had a tough go as a kid and my animals kept me going, I shoveled snow mowed lawns to buy feed.

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  • The sourdough toast was a bit tough, but it was the end of the day.

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  • The Czechs spanking the USA has made things tough for them as the Americans will be tight at the back against the Italians.

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  • Get tough action days and fast tracking extreme speeders to court will continue.

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  • In other words, if you 're caught speeding, tough.

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  • We need to take a tough stance on all legal wrongs.

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  • Gordon Brown started talking tough this week about standing up to the unions over pensions.

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  • Moreover, US President George W. Bush 's public commitment to Palestinian statehood will make it tough for him to oppose Kurdish independence.

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  • Kar, played by Sean William Scott, is a tough streetwise character with no responsibilities.

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  • So you think the Shangri-Las were tough and streetwise girls?

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  • The bones are held together at the joint by equally tough but slightly stretchier fibers called ligaments.

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  • Times were tough at his father 's shop as the miners ' strike hit the local economy.

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  • Zupan is equally strong-willed, cocky, tough and aggressive, but also funny and oddly sexy.

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  • They are not a cure-all capable of transforming a tough old joint into tender succulent morsels.

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  • In Allen 's words this message is summarized in the words, " Life is tough " (an indicator of a lament).

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  • For too long the trade unions have bowed down before the tough talk of free market Tories and New Labor.

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  • There is some tough talking by Jesus in today 's Gospel reading.

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  • Parents can be tough taskmasters in seeking the best for their children, as many of you may know.

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  • Here she faced tough opposition from fellow county teammate, Anna Bradly who won through 3-0 to book herself a place in the final.

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  • This was clawed back by Durbach in a tough close tetchy second game.

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  • It 's about time we got tough in our community on the anti social thieving scum who prey on us.

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  • BLAIR: Firstly, we must be tough on terror and tough on the causes of terror.

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  • Tough on crime tough on the causes of crime.

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  • He is trying to wrong-foot all those who oppose 90-days detention to prove that only he is tough on terrorism.

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  • She must be, as she looks, as tough as old boots.

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  • A: Options on spread bets, options on futures, options on stocks, they 're often a tough nut to crack.

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  • First, we took the tough decision to prioritize which schemes should get the go ahead.

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  • The Pentium 4 was pretty tough for us to get ramped into the marketplace.

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