He preferred the decomposed granite soil in the valley facing False Bay, claimed it, and named it Constantia.
Some 100,000 kilograms of decomposed corpses were transported to an estimated 30 secondary burial sites.
“The article appears to consist in whole or in part of a filthy, putrid, or decomposed substance,” noted the official report form.
From that moment commenced a great, a stupendous process, the reconstruction of a decomposed society.
The characteristic harmoniousness of her face became, as it were, decomposed for an instant.
We have decomposed the thunderbolt, as Newton disentangled light.
It crystallizes in orange-red needles and is decomposed by water.
The solitary foot was formerly covered by decomposed integuments, and presented few external characters.
If she is a body, she can be decomposed, as every body is a composite.
Each bit of will and emotion must be decomposed into its finest elements.