References in classic literature ?
I have described myself as always having been imbued with a fervent longing to penetrate the secrets of nature.
Tell me, bearing that in mind, whether you will penetrate the Indian's motive for yourself?
I have been trying some experiments after you left us this afternoon, and I find that no noise which MacDonald can make in the study can penetrate to me in the pantry when the doors are all shut.
Brad Fitzpatrick's "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" quotes Federal's Tim Brandt as saying "smaller shot penetrates better.
At least a portion of the liquid body waste that penetrates the liner is directed by the flow control layer to migrate laterally outward toward the lateral side edges of the flow control layer for subsequent flow around the flow control layer toward the absorbent body.
A product seal where the tube penetrates the front and back wall prevents product leakage.
Clearly, some of the failures of ototopical therapy are attributable to failures of delivery, so we cannot know for certain how well the drug penetrates in every case.
For starters, chronic exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays--an invisible form of radiation that penetrates and alters the structure of skin cells--can cause irreversible, even deadly damage.
Held too close, as much as 60% of the microwave radiation is absorbed by and actually penetrates the brain.
After a sperm penetrates the zona pellucida, the protective barrier around the egg, it travels to the egg's outer membrane.
One of the major consequences of permeability is refractory saturation, which occurs when liquid metal penetrates the refractory face.