resistant

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  • They may be designed to be a sound resistant and/or a fire wall.
  • Closed-class words, on the other hand, are always relatively few and resistant to change.
  • These lines can easily be replaced with new resistant lines.
  • As part of this program, houses and structures near the park are designed to be more fire resistant.
  • It is also an important timber tree mainly because of its disease-resistant properties.
  • The material of the case must also be tested in order to pass as water resistant.
  • Such glass, after being formed, is highly resistant to water.
  • They possess vast physical strength, and their bodies are highly resistant to damage.
  • Part of the reason is that people are naturally resistant to change and reform.
  • Many buildings constructed after the fire used fire-resistant brick and sandstone.
  • Generally, a "fire-resistant" building is designed to limit fire to a small area or floor.
  • All Western Australian species are vulnerable, although most eastern species are fairly resistant.
  • With resistant patients, it becomes necessary to find a suggestion that they can accept.
  • The tributary valley composed of more resistant rock then hangs over the main valley.
  • Does the child adjust to the changes in their environment easily, or is the child resistant?
  • Some types of wood, such as cedar, are more naturally resistant to water damage.
  • The major studios, at first resistant to the double feature, soon adapted.
  • The new buildings would be designed to be hurricane, flood and climate-change resistant.
  • These would originally have been connected to the mainland and surrounded by areas of less resistant limestone.
  • As in medical applications, extensive use can be associated with the development of resistant strains.
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