A hearty reminder of the power, malleability, and deep playfulness of the novel form.
Wang was unafraid to examine the malleability of identity, to play with the “Asian-American” label.
And the faith in the malleability of glass has had its martyrology as well as faith in graver things.
It whitens them by its union, and destroys their malleability.
Its colour and malleability indicate pretty well the quality, as does its weight, the relative value of the ore.
On the other hand, their malleability, ductility, and power of resisting oxygen is generally diminished.
Its malleability is so remarkable that it may be beaten out into leaves not exceeding 1⁄52900 inch in thickness.
Confucianism had the effectiveness of the great religions and a sophistication and malleability superior, perhaps, to any of them.
The compound lacks somewhat in the qualities of resistance and malleability.
There he set up his forges, and taught men the malleability and polishing of metals.