a.1.Having strength; strong.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The figure of Policeman Fox is a better throw at reassuring substantiation, with his "massive rearing of wide strengthy flesh, his domination and his unimpeachable reality" (180), but unfortunately for the narrator's desire for homecoming in his inherited world, Fox's reliability is compromised when he swaps the head on his shoulders for Divney's, and also by Fox leading him into Old Mathers' house, whose distressing distortions the uber-Policeman treats as entirely normal.
Their strengthy lies in the pack with Jamie Peacock, James Graham and Gareth Ellis likely to be among the tournament's outstanding performers.
Although the impact strengthy was more or less saturated for 20 wt% PCL with 0.15-0.3 phr LTI (Table 2), the MFR was not too low (3-8 g/10 min) for injection, indicating that 20 wt% PCL with 0.15-0.3 phr LTI in PLA is suitable for the required properties and productivity of blends in injection molding.