Grammar and Composition

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what is a good sentence using the word, integument
it means a natural covering, as a skin or shell
thanks

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    http://www.answers.com/integument
    Scroll down to the Veterinary Dictionary and read the descriptions.

    You could use the word in connection with many different animals, birds, etc.

    Consider the armadillo!

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