material in the document on those attempts remains redacted in its entirety.
It was clear that there was no way I could process this seemingly infinite quantity of material on my own.
His father, Carl Reiner, had given him the book to read, and he adored it so he had a real respect for the material.
He was selling the material we were working to give away free, to responsible outlets.
What ideas does this columnist bring forward to change this material equation?
Elevations of stones, stakes, and other material, to prevent inundations.
Then they are weighed again to see how much of their material has been rubbed off.
Osmond was in his element; at last he had material to work with.
This material connection is the immediate cause of articulate speech.
The material lies there for thousands of years and is hard packed into a soft fine grained rock, called tufa.
mid-14c., "real, ordinary; earthly, drawn from the material world;" a term in scholastic philosophy and theology, from Old French material, materiel (14c.) and directly from Late Latin materialis (adj.) "of or belonging to matter," from Latin materia "matter, stuff, wood, timber" (see matter). From late 14c. as "made of matter, having material existence; material, physical, substantial;" from late 15c. as "important, relevant."
late 14c., "substance, matter from which a thing is made," from material (adj.).