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The local geology at each mine differs greatly across regions; at the diamond mines, the waste rock is a hard dense granite, which hosts the softer spongier kimberlite ore, for example.
What's more, Shirataki has a slightly spongier texture than pasta.
It feels a bit spongier but the work has invigorated it and kickback has been reduced.
LINPAC Packaging, Europe's leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, has developed a new range of bakery containers in partnership with its customers to keep sweet treats spongier and fresher for longer.
Infected tissue is spongier and elastic, so it is possible to gently push it back manually using tiny scoop-shaped instruments known as curettes.
We apparently differ as to whether or not we get to the spongier and softer stuff inside.
Caudal vertebrae, carpals, tarsals, metapodials, phalanges, and long bones are typically complete or partially complete because of their compact nature, while spongier bones such as vertebrae or ribs are highly fragmented.
Global interest rate developments have sometimes been 'out of sync', lower than domestic conditions warrant, and working against monetary policy, making it spongier, and perhaps less effective at the margin than would otherwise be the case," he said.
The physical properties of materials such as peat moss, perlite, nitrolyzed redwood shavings, straw and compost increase soil fertility by making the soil spongier.