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- adj. firmly established in a place where it can grow and develop
- adj. that has been used for some time, and minor bugs have been removed and small improvements added
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Soon, all seven of the special golems were bedded in a line down the crevice.
Hereat the Minister prostrated himself before Allah (to whom belong Might and Majesty!) and kissed the King’s hand, saying, Loath is the ruby stone, albeit be bedded in the hardest rock on hill, to do aught but shine as a lamp, and this thy son is such a gem.
Burton was waiting for him beside an enormous cannon, Sir Edmund's original monster now bedded in a carriage of stone and set in the middle of the bastion between two pyramids of equally ancient cannonballs.
By jacinths bedded in his lips and pearl his smile lays bare;