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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Use a toothpick to add a starfruit slice on top of the tree.
Unlike Stan Munro, I wasn't destined to become a toothpick engineer
Use a toothpick to push the top end of the yarn tentacle through one of the button holes.
Rest the toothpick across the plastic/card box so the bead is not touching anything and leave it to dry, still on the toothpick.
When the papers were completely covered with a richly layered buildup of oil pastels, students were given toothpicks.
The rig often employs a long worm or plastic lizard and a 4/0 to 6/0 wide throat flippin' hook, with a 1/2- to 5/8-ounce sinker that is pegged with a toothpick to prevent it from sliding up the line and wrapping around dense stalks.
Backman, a San Francisco native who has been designing sculptures from toothpicks since he was a child.
If you are going to draw on their faces with a toothpick, now is the time to do it before they go into the oven.
You'll need: Aluminum foil Toothpicks Large tortillas wraps Thinly sliced meat or cheese Whole lettuce leaves Condiments of your choice Method: Lay the tortilla flat on foil Put a light layer of your condiments on the tortilla Lay the lettuce leaf down, then meat and then cheese Roll up the wrap and secure with a toothpick Cut in half for smaller child-size wraps Frozen pudding: Get a yoghurt of your choice, chopped soft fruit and your favourite cereal or muesli.
The newest offerings in the Kissing Crane line--the Large Toothpick, 2 Blade Mini Toothpick and Mini Whittier--feature yellow Delrin handles, the Two Cranes shield, polished nickel silver bolsters, pins and shield, 440 stainless steel blades and solid brass liners.
Attach one piece to each side of the potato with a toothpick.
A CYPRUS Airways (CY) air steward left behind a wife and young child last week after swallowing a toothpick.