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Her crude pencil and watercolour likeness is sharp-faced, pursed-lipped, unsmiling, scornful even, and withdrawn; in its Victorian refashioning, the face is softer, its expression more pliant, and the eyes only pensively averted." He was equally adroit and many-sided in his literary work; in harmony with
softer and more pliable, and drape better.

ISBN 9027932107. The term most often refers to the process of altering the pronunciation or spelling of a foreign word when it is borrowed into English as it is a very pliable language.

Green parts are soft, pliable, and over time will lose shape.

It is pliable such that it can be bent by hand and is often flexible although the fittings are not.

The random positioning of the filaments and often "wavy" lines of preservation indicate that they were soft and pliable in life.

Pliable then decides to accompany Christian on the path, until the two land in the Slough Of Despond-whereupon Pliable extricates himself and goes back to the City; Christian is rescued from the slough by Help, who throws him a rope.

With the installation of the Thieu and ky government (the Second Republic), the U.S. had a pliable, stable, and semi-legitimate government in Saigon with which to deal.

When the grape is young the trunk is very pliable and must be supported by stakes as part of a vine training system.

The SLP has fewer elastic and collagenous fibers than the two other layers, and thus is looser and more pliable.

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