of perishable

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  • Formerly it had a roof made of perishable materials; now only the stone walls remain.
  • He would rather have any star for his crown of glory than tons of perishable gold. Cited from Among the Forces, by Henry White Warren
  • The disappearance of these would be explained if they were made of perishable material. Cited from The Religion of the Ancient Celts, by J. A. MacCulloch
  • Inhabitants lived at ground level in houses made of perishable materials, and had still not developed extensive trade networks.
  • Items made of perishable materials, such as wood, for the most part have not survived.
  • There is some evidence that wealth may have consisted of perishable goods.
  • Tablewares made of perishable materials, like wood, may have been even more widespread.
  • Non-religious buildings such as dwellings were constructed of perishable materials such as wood, and so have not survived.
  • They think it impious to make images of gods in human shape out of perishable materials. Cited from Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II, by Caius Cornelius Tacitus
  • The site core is located in the flat valley bottom, while in the surrounding hills the remains of perishable structures have been found.
  • The structures themselves were made of perishable materials built over stone basal foundations.
  • These figurines may have therefore once worn earrings and even clothes made of perishable materials.
  • Grocery stores require deliveries of perishable food items every two to three days.
  • Seven roads have moved a few cars of perishable freight. Cited from Forty-Six Years in the Army, by John M. Schofield
  • As its value depends upon its utility, so when it can no longer be used it again becomes a useless mass of perishable wealth. Cited from Black and White, by Timothy Thomas Fortune
  • We see it regularly applied in certain local trades, especially in the production and distribution of perishable commodities. Cited from Problems of Poverty, by John A. Hobson
  • The refrigeration rail car was widely used for the transportation of perishable goods up until the 1950s.
  • It is thought that this partly reflects the use of perishable organic materials such as wood.
  • He rejects the standard materials of an artist in favor of perishables.
  • Possibly constructed by locals, it was composed mainly of perishable materials.
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