How To Use Unbroken In A Sentence

  • Specimens are rarely found in one unbroken piece, and the process of reconstituting them is akin to completing a jigsaw puzzle.
  • The view of the unbroken forest canopy stretching away to the horizon defies description; it is a vision of a world untroubled by time, a revelation of the hugeness and wholeness of nature.
  • Such survivals in the unbroken tradition of the cottage garden are now rare examples of such excellence and are very scarce indeed.
  • In very appealing reasoning it is also argued that the complete unbroken circle, symbolizes the Buddhist wheel of life.
  • Some horses are sold unbroken - that is, before a horse learns to take a rider.
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  • In 1989, he gave 63 solo concerts nationwide, a record that is still unbroken.
  • You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.
  • There is the unity involved in continuous unbroken descent from a common origin, and there is unity of effective interconnexion and mutual dependence. The Unity of Civilization
  • The upshot is that the parents of Irish babies are averaging a mere 5.5 hours of unbroken sleep.
  • The story begins with dysfunctional grandparents and extends itself to Mitchell's life in an unbroken line that will make students of social services work nod knowingly.
  • Beyond them came the beauty of the Hoxworth lane: to the left and north stood an unbroken line of croton bushes imported by Whip from Guadalcanal in the Solomons, and of all that grew on his plantations, these were his favorites, these low sparkling bushes whose iridescent green and red and purple and gold and blue leaves were a constant source of wonder; but to the right ran a long row of hibiscus trees, low shrublike plants that produced a dozen varieties of fragile, crepelike flowers, each with its own dazzling color; Hawaii
  • Characteristically he used broadly contoured forms and polished his surfaces to immaculate smoothness, unbroken by projections or incisions.
  • The Inn River meanders through the countryside like an unbroken silver thread.
  • Granite - a single slab, unbroken and unmarred, smoothed by Sun and Rain, hugged by Salal and Fir where it met surrounding Cliff, with Fern and Moss feathering it as it touched Pool's edge.
  • To catch a monky take a ripe cocoa-nut dig out the three eyes and the meat Fill up the unbroken shell with almost any kind of edibles; then tie a cord through the two holes and tie the nut fast to a tree or a stake. Black Beaver The Trapper
  • He had found several unbroken antique glass insulators which were hot items right now among the cityfolk who collected all sorts of strange things.
  • The main criterion for establishing a teaching as authentically Buddhist is its unbroken lineage tracing back to Buddha - whether one describes Buddha according to classic Buddhology, transpersonal psychology, or the Hinayana, general Mahayana, or highest Tantrayana views. Making Sense of Tantra ��� 2 The Authenticity of the Tantras
  • You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.
  • The electorate was enjoying the benefit of years of unbroken economic growth.
  • Look for the padlock or unbroken key in the bottom of your browser window to check you are using a secure website. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you want really long-term track records of unbroken dividend increases, you should have a look at investment trusts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Providence in mercy permits the union of families long to remain unbroken; and, at length, in _mercy_ too -- whatever the suggestions of despondency -- dissolves it. Female Scripture Biographies, Volume I
  • Their heartland is the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, where there are miles and miles of unbroken walnut forest. Times, Sunday Times
  • And so, rather than make a simple barter or exchange between two people, we'd be part of a chain of kindnesses, passed on from one person to another, and that chain would be unbroken as long as people just kept doing it.
  • Although sea breezes kept the coast more comfortable, inland areas baked in 12 to 13 hours of unbroken sunshine.
  • I had fractured the bone above the knee and the unbroken part was responding to the reaction of foot movement, but there was no connection, a most eerie sensation.
  • It sort of amazed him, here was this big animal, ruthless, wild, unbroken and unable to trust, apologizing!
  • Three-and-twenty years form a large portion of the short life of man, -- one-third, as nearly as can be expressed in unbroken numbers, of the entire term fixed by the psalmist, and full one-half, if we strike off the twilight periods of childhood and immature youth, and of senectitude weary of its toils. The Cruise of the Betsey or, A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides. With Rambles of a Geologist or, Ten Thousand Miles Over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland
  • The Giants winning streak remained unbroken for an impressive nineteen games.
  • He pointed at her fine steed, which was currently occupied with kicking his hind legs in the air and stomping and snorting like an unbroken colt.
  • When I get home tonight, we are going to find us a nice unbroken field of snow… and trammel it.
  • Affectionate, brilliant, his school academic records are still unbroken.
  • Look out for: a creamy consistency with unbroken pieces of rice, plus a balance of sweetness and nutmeg spice. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the _crop, crop, crop_ of the browsing animals had begun again from close at hand, and the comrades stood listening for some little time while the otherwise unbroken stillness once more reigned. A Dash from Diamond City
  • There are millions upon millions of acres of unbroken wilderness.
  • You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.
  • The principal gallery in the east wing provides an unbroken flow of space for 170 feet, almost the full length of the building.
  • Yet, when I had bidden the guards unhasp the collar which held the prisoner's neck, and clapped my arms around her, showing all the roughness of one who has no mind that his captive shall escape or even unduly struggle, a thrill gushed through me so potent that I was like to have fainted, and it was only by supreme strain of will that I held unbrokenly on with the ceremonial. The Lost Continent
  • When buying the sienna-coloured root, examine it and make sure the skin is unbroken, that there are no mouldy spots and that the smell is fresh.
  • In both cases, the phenomenon had the appearance of a direct, unbroken conduction, to ganglion cell or muscle fibre, of the same propagated wave of physico-chemical disturbance as had constituted the preganglionic or the motor nerve impulse, with only a slight, almost negligible retardation in its passage across the ganglionic synapse or the neuromuscular junction. Sir Henry Dale - Nobel Lecture
  • Day two brings an unbroken hike that includes climbs totalling some 2,500 ft.
  • To be continuous is to constitute an unbroken or uninterrupted whole, like the ocean or the sky.
  • However, for Stukeley, these stone circles were the work of ‘Celtic Druids’ and provided a link in an unbroken chain that connected the religion of Adam and of Noah with the Anglican Church of his own time.
  • An unbroken list of masters of the almonry school exists dating from the fourteenth century until 1538 when the monastery was dissolved.
  • At her age she needs at least ten hours' unbroken sleep a night. Times, Sunday Times
  • And they ceased to see themselves as segments in an unbroken family line. American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era
  • Unbroken barriers work best to reduce noise, but to acquire some semblance of year-round noise reduction from plants, use mixes of evergreens, including arborvitaes, spruces, pines and hollies. Green Scene: Ways to dampen traffic noise on your property
  • The passing away of Basu - India's longest-serving chief minister whose unbroken 23-year-old rule of a Left Front coalition in West Bengal state is a history in itself - is seen as a blow to the communist movement in India, wilting under fragile unity, political "foolhardiness" and lack of pragmatic icons. INTER PRESS SERVICE
  • The high ceilings and unbroken expanses of wall in such a house can make the rooms seem awkward and ungainly.
  • The horses were unbroken yearlings and to handle them in such a manner would indicate that whoever was involved had confidence in doing what they did, he said.
  • Not that the John Lewis tale has been an unbroken idyll.
  • Look out for: a creamy consistency with unbroken pieces of rice, plus a balance of sweetness and nutmeg spice. Times, Sunday Times
  • This donnybrook marked the end of an unbroken series of six Republican presidential victories that reached back to Abraham Lincoln's first win in 1860.
  • When sliced, and applied externally, the raw Onion serves by its pungent and essential oil to quicken the circulation, and to redden the skin of the particular surface treated in this way; very usefully so in the case of an unbroken chilblain, or to counteract neuralgic pain; but in its crude state the bulb is not emollient or demulcent. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • We sat there for perhaps half an hour, watching the yachts go sailing by, collecting hundreds of the perfect unbroken shells to fill jars for my bathroom window ledge.
  • Is it true," a woman asked me at the foot of Yosemite Falls, "that this is the highest unbroken waterfall in the world? The Book of the National Parks
  • The very much indented leaves, whose projections can be completely removed with a dexterous snip of the scissors, generally furnish the various layers of the barricade; the little robinia-leaves, with their fine texture and their unbroken edges, are better suited to the more delicate work of the cells. Bramble-Bees and Others
  • The Black Forest is a country of almost unbroken shade, and in the still days of midsummer the whole place was covered with a motionless canopy of verdure. Confidence
  • Mr D's feet are cool but the skin is unbroken and free from lesions.
  • He had these ice-blue eyes, unbroken by what must have been two weeks of hell in Detox, and walked into the room with his back and shoulders straight, not even coughing once in the thick blue cigarette smoke. How I met Kraai
  • The commonest type is a run, or unbroken sequence of cards in a suit.
  • In 1965 he set a new Irish record for the 220 yards at Santry, which remained unbroken for 14 years.
  • The Hoveringham has one long unbroken hold before a stern mast and small wheelhouse at the stern.
  • Dilute vinegar should be applied only to unbroken skin (not after shaving), or it will sting.
  • a gorge and they drove a cyclist into a patch of maize, they narrowly missed a goat and jumped three gullies, thrice the horse stumbled and was jerked up in time, there were sickening moments, and withal they got down to Piedimulera unbroken and unspilt. The Research Magnificent
  • As a cream or ointment, it can be applied directly to bruises, sprains, strains, chilblains or painful varicose veins - but only on unbroken skin.
  • Thus, TCM views each of us as part of one unbroken whole, a microcosm, or smaller universe of Nature.
  • You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.
  • I have not had an unbroken night's sleep for many years. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the old guard, defence of the Soviet Union may have represented comforting continuity - unbroken contact with the party's revolutionary roots.
  • He slammed into a dumpster, denting the side before dropping to the hard asphalt bruised, but miraculously unbroken.
  • A tendegree axial tilt, together with the orbit, means that the northern part of the Arctican continent spends half its year in unbroken sunlessness. The Queen of Air and Darkness
  • Instantly cooked, the white of the egg enwraps the yolk, restoring a shape like that of the unbroken shell.
  • His discography is an unbroken sequence of adolescent crudities almost entirely unredeemed by cleverness or wit. The Seattle Times
  • Weathermen remember that Kochi received 25 cm of rain on that day, which is still an unbroken record.
  • A trail up the east side of the mountain, on public land, can still be taken, but collecting is now much more difficult in the limited amount of solid, unbroken rhyolite exposed on the summit.
  • The premise of her nocturnes is that they need to be performed with a beautiful sound and a flexible, unbroken line.
  • The breakers rise to the height of fifteen or eighteen feet before they burst in one unbroken line as far as the eye can see, and as the southerly is the most prevailing wind on that part of the Australian coast, it is only during the summer season, and after several days of northerly wind that the sea subsides, and the roar of breakers ceases for a time. Expedition into Central Australia
  • The unbroken bottle was the first hitch in what had been a momentous day for the Duchess. Times, Sunday Times
  • Starting from the axiom that every event has a cause, we have here the _causa finalis_ manifested in the last set of phenomena, the _causa materialis_ and _formalis_ in the first, while the existence of a _causa efficiens_ within the seed or egg and its product, is a corollary from the phenomena of growth and metamorphosis, which proceed in unbroken succession and make up the life of the animal or plant. Collected Essays, Volume V Science and Christian Tradition: Essays
  • The shot appeared to be taken from a plane and featured a dense, unbroken canopy of green deciduous treetops. Times, Sunday Times
  • For half a century, the Stock Trader's Almanac notes, stocks had an unbroken string of gains going into the last seven months of presidential election years - until 2000 came along.
  • The skin is unbroken, but Michael can tell just by the feel that things aren't right inside.
  • It came up covered with congelations - evidence enough that even if the poor porter reached the bottom with unbroken bones, a swift death from cold was sure, anyway.
  • A stand-up ride on an unbroken wave is the ultimate goal for the beginner.
  • The two devils were as stubborn as an unbroken horse.
  • The streets are full of dilapidated vehicles, and a ride in a taxi with an unbroken windscreen is indeed a luxury.
  • A sejeant [sic] and six men only engage a Spanish subaltern with twenty-five dragoons, unbroken, kill six of their men, and bring in the rest prisoners, with every horse of the party. A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Misses
  • Both the matrix and crystals are generally rather highly fractured, making it difficult to collect good unbroken specimens.
  • Yet there is a sense in which colour - great unbroken sheets of it - compose the semi-arid environments in which he spent so much of his life.
  • Washington, and Mount Wrangell in Alaska, the cordillera contains an almost unbroken chain of great volcanoes. The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America
  • During her time here, she established an unbroken record of achievements with regard to building and developing the Salem State campus.
  • THERE should be an unbroken canopy of lush rainforest stretching as far as the eye can see. The Sun
  • In high school, I discovered the I Ching and almost nightly I'd throw three coins, plot the broken and unbroken lines into a hexagram, and study the lengthy and contemplative answer in the I Ching book. Margie Goldsmith: Finding My Path At A Buddhist Temple In Vancouver
  • What is unique about the Wren in Dingle is that it has continued as an unbroken tradition, under-going changes with the years, but never dying out or being changed in the way associated with conscious revivals.
  • A monk brought Buddhism to Korea and started an unbroken tradition of ordained men and women which continues up to the present day.
  • They nurse the icon of an eternal ethnic Georgia whose cultural and political continuity stretches back unbroken to the Bronze Age and probably beyond.
  • The weather was now becoming more appropriate to California, with mostly unbroken sunshine, but even so a ride of more than a few days requires quite a bit of planning ahead.
  • Occupying the whole southern face of the pentagonal was the sole window -- an immense sheet of unbroken glass from Venice -- a single pane, and tinted of a leaden hue, so that the rays of either the sun or moon passing through it, fell with a ghastly luster on the objects within. Famous Modern Ghost Stories
  • She was now angry and she stomped like an unbroken horse.
  • The figure has stayed below the 2,000 mark in an unbroken stretch since July last year but continued to show some volatility into the first half of this year.
  • As his success rate increased he added more barns to the one he used for the unbroken horses, and more recently another yard has been built at the side of that wretched gate post.
  • This enables trusts to smooth their dividend payouts over the long term and some have very long track records of unbroken dividend growth. Times, Sunday Times
  • From an intrusive overlying wacke in the neighborhood of Linlithgow I have derived for my collection pieces of carbonized wood in so complete a state of keeping, that under the microscope they exhibit unbroken all the characteristic reticulations of the coniferæ of the Coal Measures. The Cruise of the Betsey or, A Summer Ramble Among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides. With Rambles of a Geologist or, Ten Thousand Miles Over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland
  • Another 74 of its employees won 2,000 holiday vouchers in a draw open to employees with an unbroken attendance record. Times, Sunday Times
  • You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.
  • Though bowled on 87 by a no-ball from Vaughan, Jacobs hit several sixes in his hundred as he shepherded Lara to his destiny, a journey that saw the pair add an unbroken 282 for the sixth wicket, a West Indies record.
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  • One of the moat brilliant of modern French writers [1] has recently remarked that, in spite of the number of years which have elapsed since the grave closed over the sorrows of Marie Antoinette, and of the almost unbroken series of exciting events which have marked the annals of France in the interval, the interest excited by her story is as fresh and engrossing as ever; that such as Hecuba and Andromache were to the ancients, objects never named to inattentive ears, never contemplated without lively sympathy, such still is their hapless queen to all honest and intelligent Frenchmen. The Life of Marie Antoinette
  • unbroken promises
  • Is there an unbroken flow of such into what we call our communion? Expositions of Holy Scripture: the Acts
  • Sleep unbroken till birdsong at dawn. Times, Sunday Times
  • The academy have held onto the unbroken record of a squad never coming back to Lismore without a medal.
  • The park protects a vast tract of unbroken tussock grassland that, due to farming and ploughing, is now rare and vulnerable in New Zealand.
  • This tradition continues unbroken to the present day, and the teachings of enlightened Kagyu masters are considered among the most precious jewels of spiritual insight and practical guidance in the world.
  • THERE should be an unbroken canopy of lush rainforest stretching as far as the eye can see. The Sun
  • The Giants winning streak remained unbroken for an impressive nineteen games.
  • The heavens, with their mighty burden of stars, remained clear and tranquil, -- the raging voice of ocean was gradually sinking into a gentle crooning song of sweet content, -- and within the little cottage complete silence reigned, unbroken save for the dash of the stream outside, rushing down through the "coombe" to the sea. The Treasure of Heaven A Romance of Riches
  • For example, written out in binary form, a Mersenne number consists of an unbroken string of 1s - 6,972,593 of them in the case of the record holder.
  • I think of these as wounds where the skin is unbroken, often accompanied by discoloration.
  • The father and mother sat -- not side by side, in that propinquity which is so sweet, when every breath, every touch of the beloved's garment gives pleasure; they sat one at each corner of the table, engrossed in their several occupations; reading with an uncommunicative eagerness, and sewing in unbroken silence. Olive A Novel
  • My brother Bob as a youngster beat grown men in the sight-reading event, a record which was still unbroken many years later.
  • They have with them an unutterable glory of conscious power, the magnificence of a perfect, God-given nature, such a haughty spirit of rivalless dominion as might have swelled the soul of a Jewish queen, monarch of Israel, ruler of God's chosen people in the day of their unbroken pride, when she felt that none greater than herself dwelt upon the globe. The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • It is best used the next day, but will last for three or four days, especially if it forms an unbroken seal of fat on top. Times, Sunday Times
  • A particularly annoying feature is the lack of indentation or the skipping of a line between paragraphs, leading to the general appearance of text consisting of an unbroken flow of sentences.
  • She clearly resists any notion of an unbroken, essentialised African lineage, seeing such traditions as a variable intermixing of older cosmologies and newer spiritual conceptions.
  • The street has the biggest unbroken run of homes of this epoch anywhere in Britain. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such a sense of permanence, of an unbroken link to the past, is one of the lures of islands.
  • It is the same as it ever was, absolutely unbroken continuity.
  • The painkillers had knocked her out cold and she lay in a deep, unbroken sleep.
  • Although the name oratorio was not applied to the new form until sixty years later (Andrea Bontempi, 1624-1705), there is an unbroken tradition connecting the exercises established by St. Philip with the period when the new art-form received its definite character. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • ♫♫ Let the circle be unbroken, by & by Lord, bye& bye ♫♫ overstimulation - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • An almost unbroken wall of split-face concrete block wraps around the two street facades, shutting out traffic noise.
  • We sing "forward through the ages in unbroken line. Christianity Today
  • The rhetoric of Knighthood located individual Knights of Columbus within an unbroken lineage of valiant Christian knights, and specifically valorized the Catholic component of chivalrous manhood.
  • It was a radical departure from the past, an interlude of democracy in an otherwise unbroken line of authoritarian rule.
  • Justice Felix Frankfurter in 1952 called it ‘a systematic, unbroken executive practice, long pursued to the knowledge of Congress and never before questioned’.
  • It was a radical departure from the past, an interlude of democracy in an otherwise unbroken line of authoritarian rule.
  • In the cupboards of certain houses you can still find a few plates and cups unbroken from the SS Coventry. THE MAIN CAGES
  • It is part of a vernacular literature that goes back unbroken to the fifth or sixth century, possibly earlier, and survives to this day.
  • One can either produce for the foal market or produce the three year old either broken or unbroken.
  • There is a more or less unbroken line between them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fans also basked under unbroken blue skies at the Fairyhouse racecourse.
  • But I was very thrilled he won because of course we'd had him from four, when he was unbroken, until 12.
  • Avian pox virus is unable to penetrate unbroken skin, but small abrasions are sufficient to permit infection.
  • Her idea seems to be that terrible things can happen to a person, but he can still survive if his spirit remains unbroken.
  • Over 150 unbroken minutes, the sphere rings hollow. Times, Sunday Times
  • Reindeer herding depends on unbroken tundras and undisturbed vegetation.
  • I shall endeavour to show how I trace the connection of my earlier and my later life; how my earlier life has proved for me the means of understanding my later; how, in general, my own individual life has become to me a key to the universal life, or, in short, to what I call the symbolic life and the perpetual, conditioned, and unbroken chain of existence. Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel
  • In the far distance, at the unbroken horizon, the sea melds indistinguishably with the sky.
  • Spectacular Vistas and Ancient Landscapes Along the Hilly Roads Outside Edinburgh From the crenellated walls of Edinburgh Castle, perched on the dramatic volcanic plug that straddles Princes Street Gardens, one has an unbroken view of the southern peninsula of the Kingdom of Fife. Drives That Leave the City Behind
  • If its pressurized floes are thick and unbroken, it can stop an ice-breaker dead or slice the steel hull of a lesser ship like a can opener.
  • The claimants' continuity of employment was unbroken.
  • Check there is a locked padlock unbroken key in the bottom of your browser window accessing bank websites. The Sun
  • The third movement is an unbroken, unhesitating ascent into Paradise, and the final movement finds us serenely lodged there.
  • Well, then, further observe that the special emphasis of the prayer here is that this 'indwelling' may be an unbroken and permanent one. Expositions of Holy Scripture Ephesians; Epistles of St. Peter and St. John
  • Society had become a series of concentric circles drawn of thick, unbroken lines.
  • Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity. Mother Teresa 
  • Five judges and you will watch as 10 young unbroken horses enter the arena and meet the clinician for the first time.
  • When I had poured out my griefs in this long and unbroken strain of lamentation, she, with calm countenance, and in no wise disturbed at my complainings, thus spake: Consolation of Philosophy
  • Interestingly, both have traditions of almost unbroken continuity.
  • Like their contemporaries, the Prazak, they have a marvellous richness of response that adds drama to the long, unbroken lines - in 1918, the composer was under the influence of Brahms - and caressing half-tones to softer sections.
  • Shot in one unbroken take of more than two hours, and with naturalistic performances to match the technical virtuosity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Before entering card details, make sure that the locked padlock or unbroken key symbol is showing in your browser. Times, Sunday Times
  • Alix continued to attend such things, in unbroken allegiance to her upbringing.
  • Make sure seals are unbroken. The Sun
  • You should be able to stretch it with the fingers of both hands into an unbroken sheet at least 3 inches across.
  • Another part to my question: The existence of unbroken supersymmetry in a maximally symmetric supergravity solution, from what I understand, requires that the gravitino and all tensor fields vanish, and that the supersymmetry variation of the gravitino must also vanish. Matter v Antimatter II: Electroweak Baryogenesis
  • A Naval Air Squadron which trains flight observers has become the first to clock up 50 unbroken years in commission.
  • Caténaires is an unbroken perpetual-motion solfeggio, a fighter-jet-fast stream of equal notes (played, fighter-jet-fast, by Sandra Gu), and yet Carter still is shifting the time around in his usual fashion; it's like a pixelated version of himself. Archive 2008-07-01
  • The record was unbroken for half a century until the early 1980s.
  • In my rearview mirror, as I drove away, I couldn't help noticing how that dying rabbit seemed to brace the tree it lay against, and the unbroken, wild landscape beyond.
  • That horde, if it gets through to Eleusis, will not leave an ear standing, a sheep running, a jar unbroken, or a girl unravished. The King Must Die
  • But if supersymmetry were unbroken, fermions and bosons would be exactly matched in the Universe, and that's not the way things are.
  • Unbroken, that is, except by the gate itself, with the heavy iron bars of the portcullis still lowered at this early hour.
  • Robustness is expressed with large glazing sections, and refinement through the choice of materials; mullions set in front of leather-clad columns and sharp-edged unbroken ceilings.
  • There were a dozen or so mustangs in one of the corrals but they were unbroken, and Adam didn't feel himself quite up to bronco busting today.
  • Look out for: a creamy consistency with unbroken pieces of rice, plus a balance of sweetness and nutmeg spice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet, exegetes can hardly ignore the unbroken consensus in the biblical witness, where the words are so clearly supported by the cross itself.
  • Emphasizing the unchanging aspects of the topography, he made the case for the unbroken continuity of scriptural history with the living present.
  • The safety harness buckles were done up and the harness unbroken - we discussed at the time that the body had disintegrated through the harness.
  • After twelve or thirteen centuries of unbroken continuity the landscape was being changed out of all recognition.
  • The endless plains continued unbroken and unaffected by political boundaries.
  • Yet it is the merest hint of hope in a story of otherwise unbroken tragedy.
  • Check there is a locked padlock unbroken key in the bottom of your browser window accessing bank websites. The Sun
  • The Yanks cheated with rule changes to suite themselves during the challenge, so that they could attempt to retain their unbroken record.
  • He himself died from a fall from an unbroken colt.
  • During the film's last act, when Connie has to engage in an almost unbroken crying jag, Arthur's genius at being simultaneously funny and touching keeps the gag from becoming tiresome.
  • After twelve or thirteen centuries of unbroken continuity the landscape was being changed out of all recognition.
  • With a wonderful setting situated at the front of the glass dome, it affords unbroken views of the River Irvine, the church spires of the town and the hills beyond.
  • Shot in one unbroken take of more than two hours, and with naturalistic performances to match the technical virtuosity. Times, Sunday Times
  • For Mr. Basil Briscoe the whole career of Golden Miller has been a triumph, dating back to the time when he bought the horse as an unbroken three-year-old in Ireland.
  • I rest my head at last, eyes towards the unbroken ground lay fallow for a duration of nights.
  • A child with an unbroken will becomes self-willed.
  • Heinrich won the event in six hours, 38 minutes, and 21 seconds, setting a U.S. record and a masters world record that remains unbroken.
  • The Colorado River was once an unbroken ribbon of life from the northern Rockies of central Wyoming through the vast arid Southwest into Mexico and eventually the Gulf of California.
  • But when the best of the daylight is a dull gray, the long lines of the glen unbroken by anything but a shepherd's hut here and there at long intervals, and the road that could be seen winding through like a strip of ribbon all the way gave the fugitive a mingled sense of serenity and of that tingling, audible solitude and remoteness from all living aid or society which thrills every nerve. Kirsteen: The Story of a Scotch Family Seventy Years Ago
  • The unbroken vertical line is at the null value.
  • Whether or not Witchcraft was handed down in an unbroken line from time immemorial or whether there was ever a golden age of matriarchy is totally irrelevant.
  • She picked up lizards, rode dangerously stupid unbroken horses, and attempted big jumps on her bike without batting an eyelid.

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