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These plugs still existed; they had only to readjust them and replace the movable disc; every piece, easy to handle, as their weight was now scarcely felt, was quickly mounted.
There were two things to be done then-- first, to replace the absorbed oxygen; secondly, to destroy the expired carbonic acid; both easy enough to do, by means of chlorate of potassium and caustic potash.
Liberty has been taken to replace the book version with an earlier, perhaps more original manuscript version --Ed}
The wonderful Wizard of Oz had given him an excellent heart to replace his old one, and he didn't at all mind being tin.
The pencil dropped, and we had to replace it in the hand.
That controls the sunray tanks, and should you pull it too far down, all Kadabra would be consumed by heat before I could replace it.
Let them replace all the air in the chamber with their most deadly fumes; it would be all the same to Ghek, the kaldane, who, having no lungs, required no air.
But he did his best to replace the lead by stones, and, after several fruitless attempts, he succeeded in wounding a magnificent bird.
She tried to replace the arm, but it moved with a frightful rigidity which could not deceive a sick-nurse.
He would have given much of the gold before him for a little water--for he had to replace what had been thrown overboard when the negro was carried up into the air.
She would frown, and carrying it downstairs, as if she had it in the tongs, replace it on its bookshelf.
This made him slide down the perambulator, and I saw at once that it was very necessary to replace him.