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  • In areas here at Lake Chapala, there are well-compacted soil strata that as been consolidated over the millennia when it was formally at the bottom of the lake.

    Soils and foundations

  • The Saracen, if he had admired the strength of his adversary when sheathed in steel, was now no less struck with the accuracy of proportion displayed in his nervous and well-compacted figure.

    The Talisman

  • Study, therefore, to be established in the doctrines of the Lord and the apostles, that so all things, whatsoever ye do, may prosper both in the flesh and spirit; in faith and love; in the Son, and in the Father, and in the Spirit; in the beginning and in the end; with your most admirable bishop, and the well-compacted spiritual crown of your presbytery, and the deacons who are according to God.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • But such spirits as are commanded by these men, and speak when they desire it, are earthly and weak, audacious and impudent, sent forth by Satan for the seduction and perdition of those who do not hold fast that well-compacted faith which they received at first through the Church.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • (Fig. 37, cf.Chap. 3.2.3), the blocks threaded onto the rods, and the cavities filled with (well-compacted) pumice concrete all the way up to the top of the wall.

    4. Instructions for Building Pumice-Concrete Houses

  • When the whole excavated foundation pit (floor) is covered with a well-compacted layer of 50 mm concrete, place the prepared reinforcement onto it.

    5. Construction of ferro-cement reservoirs

  • ยท On a well-compacted, planed surface, coarse gravel (15 cm) is laid to prevent moisture absorption by capillary action.

    Chapter 8

  • The clear bell-like sound obtained when two well-compacted blocks are knocked against each other.

    Chapter 12

  • Neither would we have any expect our full sense to each particular imaginable in this business, -- it being only a heap of materials, mostwhat unhewed, that we intend, and not a well-compacted fabric; and if the main be not condemned, we are confident no difference will ensue about particulars, which must have their latitude.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • A well-compacted and exceedingly interesting story of English political and social life, making no demands upon one's credulity, but satisfying the requirements in the way of a thoroughly good novel.

    The Slave of Silence

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