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The stone called asbestos is not more unquenchable than the thirst of my paternity.
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He took with him an alcohol lamp and some asbestos into the pulpit and told his audience that God would turn their souls into a substance resembling asbestos.
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He showed them that though the asbestos were heated red hot it did not decompose into ashes.
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The joints, being of asbestos, are absolutely tight, so as to prevent the escape of bad odors.
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Between it and its walk of gneiss occur veins of the minerals so characteristic of the locality, and for which it has become famous-serpentine, asbestos, phlozopite, gurhofite pyrites, biotite, aragonite, dolomite, tremolite, and possibly others in lesser quantity.
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In selecting specimens of serpentine, care should be taken to procure that which is the most translucent, and that holding miniature veins of asbestos.
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The width of these veins of asbestos is seldom over an inch, but those of even much less are highly prized as specimens.
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These veins of asbestos are, in places, several inches in length, but are generally much broken in removing them, as their fibrous structure, at right angles to their length, makes them very fragile, and pure specimens of asbestos can seldom be found.
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When they are separated by a small interspace, as it frequently is, the fibers are very large, coarse, and brittle, and thus do not resemble asbestos, although in some instances they might be mistaken for picolite, but, distinguished from it by effervescing on contact with a drop of acid, as it is a carbonate of lime, and also containing a trace of iron.
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Of course the asbestos cover will have peeled off her boilers, but even at that I'll bring her to San Francisco under her own steam.
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Hell was a place full of red-hot coals and clinkered sinners and unbaptized babies and a smell like somebody cooking ham, with a deputy devil coming in of a morning with an asbestos napkin draped over his arm and flicking a fireproof cockroach off the table cloth and leaning across the back of Satan's chair and saying: "Good mornin', boss.
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Dr. MacCulloch mentions a sandstone in Skye, which may be moulded like dough when first found; and some simple minerals, which are rigid and as hard as glass in our cabinets, are often flexible and soft in their native beds: this is the case with asbestos, sahlite, tremolite, and chalcedony, and it is reported also to happen in the case of the beryl.
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He was dhressed fr'm head to foot in Harveyized, bomb-proof steel, with an asbestos rose in his buttonhole.
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The gas is turned on at the foot of the back wall and the asbestos becomes heated and gives off warmth but doesn't burn.
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Mining has declined in importance in recent years: diamond mines have shut down because of the depletion of easily accessible reserves; high-grade iron ore deposits were depleted by 1978; and health concerns have cut world demand for asbestos.
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At other times I have endowed railroad stocks which were very much in need of my helping mite, two copper companies, a concern that was supposed to hoist up pure asbestos from the stomach of Popocatapetl, and a steamship company that never steamed.
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The money lender should provide himself with an asbestos overcoat when he leaves this world.
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The North American Indians also embroider on leather.[142] Feather work will be discussed under the heading of "Opus Plumarium."[143] On the surface of textiles many substances have been fastened down, in order to give brilliancy to the general effect-skins of insects, beetles' wings, the claws and teeth of various animals.[144] Asbestos linen is the only mineral substance, besides gold, silver, and tin,[145] that has been employed in embroidery.
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One of these is in the British Museum.[147] Marco Polo speaks of a stone fibre found at Chinchin, which answers in description to asbestos.
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It was spun by mixing it with threads of flax soaked in oil; and when woven, was passed through the fire to remove the flax and the oil.[148] A miraculous napkin of asbestos was long kept at Monte Casino.
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Examples of Asbesto

Example #1
Thus noble Triboulet tells it us plainly, from whose words we may gather with all ease imaginable that your cuckoldry is to be infamous, and so much the more scandalous that your conjugal bed will be incestuously contaminated with the filthiness of a monkery lecher.
Example #2
Appetite comes with eating, says Angeston, but the thirst goes away with drinking.
Example #3
He showed them that though the asbestos were heated red hot it did not decompose into ashes.
Example #4
The writer has heard of a minister who wished to impress his “flock” with the reality of an eternity of hell flames, and to demonstrate the fallacy of a heretical notion entertained by some of his parishioners that when sinners come to hell they burn to ashes and that is the end.
Example #5
Fortunately the day of the hell preacher has gone by, and if we believe the Bible which says that “in God we live and move and have our being,” we can readily understand that _a lost soul would be an impossibility_, for were one single soul lost, then logically a part of God Himself would be lost.
Example #6
He took with him an alcohol lamp and some asbestos into the pulpit and told his audience that God would turn their souls into a substance resembling asbestos.