There are generally forty-two teeth in all; in old whales, much worn down, but undecayed
; nor filled after our artificial fashion.
She reminds audiences that Aristotle studied and wrote on the importance of bees, and the Egyptians buried their leaders with vials of honey, found undecayed
The main suspect was a certain Arnod Paole (Wilson 1991: 465; Guiley 2005: 225) or Arnold Paule (Butler 2010: 33) whose grave was opened forty days after his death; the officials and the villagers found that his body "was quite complete and undecayed
, and that fresh blood had flowed from his eyes, nose, mouth and ears; that the shirt, the covering and the coffin were completely bloody; that the old nails on his hands and feet, along with the skin, had fallen off, and that new ones had grown.
(6) Inventory holding cost is charged only on the amount of undecayed
At the end of the hour the state of the atom is a superposition of decayed and undecayed
states with equal probabilities.
Their's was the task (and nobly they performed it) to possess themselves, and through themselves, us, of this goodly land; and to uprear upon its hills and its valleys, a political edifice of liberty and equal rights; 'tis ours only, to transmit these, the former, unprofaned by the foot of an invader; the latter, undecayed
by the lapse of time, and untorn by usurpation--to the latest generation that fate shall permit the world to know.
wood chips were prepared in a similar form to be used as a control sample.
Suppose the interest lies in computing the fraction of an initially pure sample of this nuclide that will remain undecayed
at the end of a time period, say 90 years.
Robert Knox, paid about ten pounds for each "subject"; he appreciated the steady stream of undecayed
cadavers and asked no questions.
Exxon Valdez oil in the subsurface sediments of Prince William
When the coffin was exhumed seven years later to retrieve the manuscript, her body and hair, legend has it, were found undecayed
. The closing lines of "Life-in-Love" capture this mythical discovery: "'Mid change the changeless night environeth, / Lies all that golden hair undimmed in death" (36.13-14).
Peat is formed from layers of undecayed
plant material such as Sphagnum mosses, gathered in acidic waterlogged environments where decomposition rates are low.