The soil was dug up, loaded on trains and sent off to the mountains for treatment, then shipped back a few weeks later. “Why not treat it here?” asked one of the hands. “Oh we don’t want the weather that would bring.”

Fri"a*bil"i*ty (?), n. [Cf. F. friabilité.]

The quality of being friable; friableness.



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