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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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In an episode of the BBC series - which ended last night - the young animal was shown lying dead after its mother had mistaken the plastic toothpick for healthy food.
In the episode of the BBC show, the animal was shown lying dead after its mother had mistaken the plastic toothpick for food.
A toothpick for ammunition may not seem particularly dangerous, but when swapped with a metal needle, the crossbow becomes a weapon.
This month, we are sharing an assortment of 3-D lessons, which use such media as cardboard tubes, toothpicks, dental floss, acetate, small items such as bottle caps and googly eyes, and more
atroseptica, the other by inserting the end of a toothpick charged with undiluted bacteria to produce black leg disease.
You will need: 2 cardboard egg-box cups Paint: purple and light blue Yarn or string Beads (17 per yarn string, 102 total) Googly eyes 2 large 4-hole buttons Tools: toothpick, white craft glue What to do: Paint the egg box cups, one blue one purple.
Starting with the widest end of the shape, start to roll it round the toothpick.
He realized that the wooden skewers would be the perfect size for filling misplaced screw holes or worn-out ones that are too big for a toothpick to plug.
Overweight Kids in a Toothpick World: How to Solve the Childhood Obesity Puzzle and Get Your Kids in Balance" is a guide from Brenda Wollenberg about how a parent can do their part to fight against childhood obesity in their own children.
Pegging: Slip a regular bullet weight on your line, and then insert a standard wooden toothpick into the hole to wedge the line.
Dubai The world's tallest building u the Burj Khalifa u has been sculpted from a toothpick.
Each group counts the number of each color toothpick that was found.