The young lady refolded
the letter, and handed it to the boy.
One, having taken off his shako, carefully loosened the gathers of its lining and drew them tight again; another, rubbing some dry clay between his palms, polished his bayonet; another fingered the strap and pulled the buckle of his bandolier, while another smoothed and refolded
his leg bands and put his boots on again.
But D'Artagnan knew too well all the folds and refolds
of his Porthos, not to find a secret if there were one there; like those regular, minute old bachelors, who know how to find, with their eyes shut, each book on the shelves of their library and each piece of linen in their wardrobe.
It died out, as everything but his shoemaking did die out of him, and he refolded
his little packet and tried to secure it in his breast; but he still looked at her, and gloomily shook his head.
Adam had refolded
the letter, and was sitting meditatively with his head resting on his arm at the head of the bed, when Seth came upstairs.
'What do you think of it?' said Lawrence, as I silently refolded
his paper and replaced it in his pocket.
Harker took the paper, flapped and refolded
it, and looked at the "Stop Press" news.
it and lays it in his desk with a countenance as unperturbable as death.
the scrap paper template and cut around inside the first shape to make a frame (see picture 1).
(22) However, we found that, in order to refold
protein by dialysis, complete separation of denaturant led to the aggregation of recombinant protein.
The paper begins to define the mechanism that allows the protein to unfold and refold
in a snap, changing its form to expose a peptide that attaches the virus to a cell and begins infection.