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That particular tumor -- invisible and unpalpable -- was nearly an inch in size.
It was merely that the scene had recalled to him anew some of those unpalpable truths which the optimist is always much too ready to forget.
Our Republic finds itself to - day assailed by a monster as dangerous, unpalpable, soft, horrible but strong -- strong as hands of iron.
These calces therefore, when mixed with the enamel flux, are melted in crucibles, once or oftener, and the deep coloured opake glass, thence resulting, is ground into unpalpable powder, and used for enamel.