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  • This failure to extract a spent casing from the chamber allows another round to be fed in behind the unextracted casing causing the rifle to jam.

    The Gun C. J. Chivers 2010

  • Mash the sugar and lime with a muddler, but not too hard, as the skin of the lime has a bitter oil best left unextracted.

    The Cocktail of Carnaval 2008

  • Collection of green or yellow fruits would also minimize fermentation during temporary storage of unextracted seeds.

    Chapter 7 1992

  • They pass through the system with much nutriment unextracted.

    School and Home Cooking Carlotta Cherryholmes Greer

  • Alas, that blade, O Kesava, is still existing unextracted in me, after having pierced my heart, since I do not, O irresistible hero, behold this child with (his sire who was) my son.

    The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 Kisari Mohan [Translator] Ganguli

  • The remaining water and solids, including a small amount of unextracted bitumen, are discharged into vast tailings ponds.

    Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth 2010

  • However investigations and analysis which lasted for several years and which included studies on the quantitative aspects of the reaction between insulin and antibody (6) and the species specificity of the available antisera (7) were required to translate the theoretical concepts of radioimmunoassay into the experiments which led first to the measurement of plasma insulin in rabbits following exogenous insulin administration (8) and finally in 1959 to the measurement of insulin in unextracted human plasma

    Nobel Lecture Radioimmunoassay: A Probe For Fine Structure Of Biologic Systems 1977

  • The Arctic as a whole is believed to contain as much as a quarter of the world’s unextracted reserves of oil and gas [13].

    Climate Change and Foreign Policy~ Chapter 5 2007

  • "My dear Mr. Elersley," said Honor, in a provokingly placid way, "don't exert yourself so violently in contradicting your own free, unextracted observations.

    Honor Edgeworth Ottawa's Present Tense [pseud.] Vera

  • a tar-like program written in perl program that diffs an extracted archive against an unextracted one Jos Boumans 2008


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