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use "impermeable" in a sentence

Clothing such as plastic fabrics that are impermeable to sweat and thus do not facilitate heat loss through evaporation, can actually contribute to heat stress.

A large north-trending fault on the east side of the field provides a structural seal on that side; on the northeast, the

The testament, which had an imperious and negative tone, considered the potential Allied movement into Belgium an "occupation", not a "liberation".

keith writes: "Though Nebel could be brusque and even imperious in the phone, he was always a sympathetic listener and compasionate host." Wlanc seems to mean proud or imperious, while Hlanc seems to mean lank or lean.

Mojo gave it a 60/100, stating "But with Rodgers' imperious, Queen's second coming is vindicated".

Smith had always been delicate, and there was throughout his life an apparent discrepancy between his aghast and tentative approach to the practical aspects of living and the imperious energy which went into his work.

" (That had been his earlier line when he had decided to let her stay out with Ben.) Anna is outraged at both her dad's sudden imperious tone and finding out that he traced her call.

This is evident from the contrast between poor slum areas and elite residential areas with imperious mansions, often built within a few miles of one another.

Supporting characters Ted Gallagher (played by Donavon Stinson) - Ted was the Work Bench's pompous, imperious manager (and recovering gambling addict) who gave his employees, especially Sam, Andi, Ben, and Sock, a hard time.

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