" From the charnel-house of the Vienna cabinet," he exclaimed, " a pestilential air breathes on us, which dulls our nerves and paralyses the flight of our spirit."
Vicodin is an opiod drug (also known as a narcotic) that dulls pain and gives a feeling of euphoria when used.
If a hard to clean residue dulls your countertop, DuPont offers a deep-cleaner made specifically for Corian.
Avoid twisting the earring excessively, which could result in loosening the setting and creating a buildup of dirt and oil that dulls the stone.
Fluorescent lighting dulls your skin and dry air will seep the moisture right out of your skin, leaving your skin looking tired and old.
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