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  • s  not homogeneous

  • Dried formerly with heat, the outer fibers would dry first and contract upon the inner ones, causing nonuniform drying and shrinkage.
  • Hence they had always been forged, and many an ordnance officer swore they couldn't be cast: cast steel is full of pores and bubbles, it shrinks in its molds to nonuniform sizes .

  • Anthony Kennedy in Christian Science Monitor
    The 21st Amendment's aim was to allow states to maintain an effective and uniform system for controlling liquor by regulating its transportation, importation, and use,Kennedy writes. "It did not give states the authority to pass nonuniform...

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