It also offers reflexology and Hopi Ear Candling, an ancient Greek treatment which draws impurities from the ear and can treat migraine, glue ear and tinnitus. Put a handful of hide glue granules in an old tin can and allow it to soak overnight in just enough cold water to cover it. They hear scary tales about sniffing glue, popping pills and shooting heroin. Named for glue, glial cells were considered the scaffolding, the housekeepers, the maintenance crew, the infrastructure. Cover the tongue thoroughly with glue, and also put some on the inside of the groove. Historically once important, bone glue and other animal glues today have only a few specialized uses, such as in antiques restoration.
The invention of marital bondage: gluing two people together into a wedlocked hell which they are not allowed to get out of. Instead of using poisonous glue you could nail it on or use a tacker. Show More Sentences The nearer it approaches to its original weight the better glue it is, thereby showing its degree of insolubility. Using thin wood wafers called biscuits can strengthen wood joints by providing more glue bonding area. Besides honey, bees make use of wax to construct combs, bee-bread for larv food, and propolis for glue. I need to glue the chair-leg back into place. Then he waited for the sun to dry the glue.
Quarks are the building blocks of protons, neutrons, and more-exotic entities, whereas gluons are massless particles that glue together quarks. The mud has the stickiness of glue with the solidity of putty. They used these branches and a hot glue gun to make armatures. As you can see, the glue words carry little meaning themselves, serving mostly to bind more meaningful words together. Out along the boardwalk is the best to spot the carnivorous sundew, a tiny plant akin to the Venus fly trap whose stalks are tipped with a sticky glue. She also was handy, hammering nails into walls and using a heat gun to chisel glue off the floor. The man drew near, and gluing his face to the panel, he stared at.
Show More Sentences It withstands the corrugation process, is print receptive, repulpable, and cold set glue able. Science is too often an art of gluing together a house of cards. These include such problems as glue ear, asthma, hay fever, allergies, skin conditions, and low vitality states. The active glue traps use rapid plant movements to trap their prey. Tom was sitting at the table, gluing colored paper chains together. Sometimes glue words can simply be deleted without any further changes to a sentence: To save on gas we decided not to meet up with our friends. Both physical snaps and glue hold the two halves of the package's hard plastic shell together.
Jim is one single person; he is neither the speaker nor the person being spoken to. The parts are made by pouring a glue and powered metal particles into a mold, heating it up so that the glue bonds the powdered metal, and then melts away. I bought a ream of paper and a glue stick for photocopying my zine. The young girl glued photos of her favorite rock stars into an album. To alleviate the flaking, I added about a tablespoon of white glue to a pint of slip and then thinned it to a slip consistency again with water. White glue and tape are adhesives that companies make for people to get things to stick together. When the glue is dry, they are used as corners on which to clamp the handscrews.
Glue traps are made using natural or synthetic adhesive applied to cardboard, plastic trays or similar material. Be careful not to apply too much glue on the burlap, or it will soak through. All I use is a cocktail stick with a piece of Blu-Tack on the end, bottle tops for my glue and the crystals. For participants in the glue group, similar approximation was achieved with single circumferential application of tissue glue. With textiles I might tie-dye a piece of cloth or draw on to it and add glue.
It was probably painted in water-colours with white of egg or glue on a medium of gesso. Every year, about 170 children under the age of five in Warwickshire are taken to hospital with problems such as asthma, bronchitis and glue ear from passive smoking at home. What do glue words look like? Having heard enough and disturbed by it, Tina walked out of the cafeteria, then took a moment to take out her gum and tear a small part away, gluing and flattening that part against the outer face of the cover of her wrist communicator, where a small red light indicator would be normally be blinking when the device was operating. Recommended for sinus and persistent cold sufferers, children with glue ear and those seeking a gentle alternative to the dreaded ear syringe. The foil wrapper has been glued to a.
Wormcast butties, tubes of glue, Pans of slugs in slimy stew, Bogey burgers, brown rat roast, Fat Black tadpoles squashed on toast, Washed down with a cup of string. Occasionally she needs to touch up the rake with a little extra glue, but that's less expensive than purchasing a new rake. . Cut a tree with braches from brown construction paper and glue it onto black paper to create a background for the owl prints. She was absent for most of her final year at school and began smoking cannabis, sniffing glue, drinking alcohol, shoplifting, and on one occasion breaking into Edinburgh Zoo. The binder may be either glue or mucilage mixed with the water.
Pour out as much E2 as you want to fill with Vodka then reseal with tape and glue the label back on. In the sentences: The dogs is sick - we know about this dog, we know what dog is sick. Recommended for sinus and persistent cold sufferers, children with glue ear and those seeking a gentle alternative to the dreaded ear syringe. So, the wardrobe department chopped up two hats and used paint and glue to create the fake. In the basic chart above, 'he' uses the verb 'is'. Children with glue ear sometimes complain of slight earache.