Fancy parties where the room was saturated with
this heroic fluid, theaters where it should be kept at high pressure; what passion in the souls of the actors and spectators!
But before I abandoned him to his fate I flung his pony's bridle over a stake in the hedge, and threw him my handkerchief, as his own was now saturated with blood.
But no, thank heaven, both man and horse were gone, and nothing was left to witness against me but two objects - unpleasant enough in themselves to be sure, and presenting a very ugly, not to say murderous appearance - in one place, the hat saturated with rain and coated with mud, indented and broken above the brim by that villainous whip-handle; in another, the crimson handkerchief, soaking in a deeply tinctured pool of water - for much rain had fallen in the interim.
The powerful ventilators added their continuous blasts and saturated with
oxygen the glowing plates.
In a little dirty room with the painted panels of its walls filthy with spittle, and conversation audible through the thin partition from the next room, in a stifling atmosphere saturated with
impurities, on a bedstead moved away from the wall, there lay covered with a quilt, a body.
They found the prairies saturated with
the heavy cold rains, prevalent in certain seasons of the year in this part of the country, the wagon wheels sank deep in the mire, the horses were often to the fetlock, and both steed and rider were completely jaded by the evening of the 12th, when they reached the Kansas River; a fine stream about three hundred yards wide, entering the Missouri from the south.
Our heavy frocks soon became completely saturated with
water, and by their weight, and that of the articles we had concealed beneath them, not a little impeded our progress.
The doctor saw them come up to the surface of the desert, saturated with
perspiration, worn out, covered with fine dust, exhausted, discouraged and despairing.
Some clothes are got together for him to wear, his own being saturated with
water, and his present dress being composed of blankets.
It was composed of stringy filaments saturated with
water, like the berries, and devoid of nourishment.
giving to each its proper attributes with marvellous readiness; brimful and saturated with
what he had read in his lying books!
According to the research conducted at the University of California, San Diego, saturated fats tend to be solid at room temperature as they contain fatty acids that are saturated with
hydrogen atoms and the carbon atoms are bonded to as many hydrogen atoms as possible, whereas unsaturated fats contain fatty acids with a lower ratio of carbon to hydrogen, Live Science reported.
The catch: most lunch meats are saturated with
The estimated thermal conductivity for a magnesia lining saturated with
iron ranges between 124-137 Btu's per square foot, per hour, per degree Fahrenheit, for one inch of thickness.
Saturated fats have no double bonds--their carbons are fully saturated with