The following are the principles to be observed by an invading force: The further you penetrate into
a country, the greater will be the solidarity of your troops, and thus the defenders will not prevail against you.
Cromwell has thus allowed us more than ten times to penetrate into
his very soul, when one would have conceived that soul to be enveloped in triple brass, as Horace has it.
Napoleon's historians describe to us his skilled maneuvers at Tarutino and Malo-Yaroslavets, and make conjectures as to what would have happened had Napoleon been in time to penetrate into
the rich southern provinces.
A variety of studies have shown that drops can and frequently do penetrate into
the middle ear through tympanostomy tubes.
Without the rapid formation of the skin, molten metal has more time to penetrate into
the sand, creating the defect.
For that reason, the energy from the halogen tube tends to penetrate into
the sheet and heat the core first, rather than being absorbed at the surface like the longer wavelengths are.
How far did they penetrate into
Although the polyester tire cord is covered with adhesive, it was found that amine compounds penetrate into
the polyester layer.
How deeply did they penetrate into
Another method is to fill the casting cavity with pressurized parafin, which can penetrate into
the smallest crevices or porous metal occlusions.
This has led many scientists to conclude the subducting slabs do not penetrate into the lower mantle.
"People are coming around to the idea that slabs do penetrate into the lower mantle."
Like the scientists studying the traveltimes of deep earthquake waves, Silver and Chan are concluding that slabs penetrate into the lower mantle.