He'd always known Pumpkin was a flake, but he honestly liked the young man and flakiness wasn't the worst trait carried by the young and the restless.
of flake charcoal and vegetable silica, or II of small pumice, are required to give the same protection as 7 in.
The graphite of New York, Pennsylvania and Alabama is "flake" and unsuitable for this purpose.
of flake charcoal is generally sufficient for the insulation of the holds, though for deck-houses and other parts exposed to the sun the thickness must be greater.
These cracks coincide with planes of easy separation or of gliding in the crystal; they are especially useful in helping to determine the crystallographic orientation of a cleavage flake of mica when crystal faces are absent.
If your dog's nails tend to break or flake easily and are discolored, a visit to your veterinarian can confirm whether this is due to the presence of a canine nail fungus.
Many candle makers enjoy working with soy wax, because it comes in a convenient flake form that's much easier to handle and measure than large blocks of paraffin wax.
Otherwise, the food that you prepare may pick up a metallic flavor and loose rust may flake off and adhere to what you are cooking.In most cases, the best tool to remove rust from a grill grate is a wire brush.
If you're planning to display the finished flower pot outside, you'll also want to spray the pot with a clear protective sealer to make sure your rub-ons don't start to flake when exposed to the elements.
The base of the eyelashes may have dry scales that flake like dandruff.
aquarium fish will eat flake foods bought at any pet shop.
These can be easily raised in newly hatched brine shrimp, powdered flake, and small daphnia and other pond foods.
Sometimes, with traditional eyeliners, if you try to increase the coverage by going over the line you've drawn again, the eyeliner may flake and fall.
Take care with a perched flake in the corner.
MAC's matte line of lipsticks is another of the company's best sellers, thanks to its amazing deeply pigmented formula, which doesn't flake, feather or bleed.
undercut flake crack just right.
Will eat most live foods as well as frozen bloodworms and, eventually, flake food.
chert flake was visible at the surface of the feature.
An unburnt retouched flint flake was recovered which may have accompanied the burial.
From the undercut flake toward the right hand side.
flake belay to keep the ladder out of the line of the water.
The liquid litharge when allowed to cool solidifies into a hard stone-like mass, which, however, when left to itself, soon crumbles up into a heap of resplendent dark yellow scales known as "flake litharge."
Actually, some PEG producers do add antioxidants to the PEG flake.
Easy slabs lead to a flake belay in a small corner.
undercut flake toward the right hand side.
Gain the flake crack above and move up (Friend 3½) to flat holds on a slanting broken crack.
Witton Wall 4m S The flake crack in the left wall of the gully.
So now I eat a croissant with my coffee every morning, picking up every flake with a moistened forefinger.
epoxysel protection for both internal and external surfaces, offering exceptional abrasion and chemical resistance - vinyl ester resins and glass flake epoxies.
euonymus alatus Rosa roxburghii, when mature, peel and flake in cinnamon tinted hues.
The winged spindle euonymus alatus Rosa roxburghii, when mature, peel and flake in cinnamon tinted hues.
When concrete starts to chip and flake it can be a real eyesore.
flake the tuna into fairly large chunks and scatter these around the edge.
More unstable moves lead up to the hollow flake around which I could finally place the crucial protection- a 60cm sling.
flake crack to place a runner, then step back down to the ledge.
flake scar ridge (arÃªte) abrasion as a product of fluvial transport.
In 2002 they found a flint flake - an undisputed artifact.
flake Harper's PD2 is currently inside and Geoff Hodkinson is dealing with the flaking paintwork in the upper deck.
Flake tools came later, when people had become better at flint knapping (the term used for making flint knapping (the term used for making flint tools ).
flint flake - an undisputed artifact.
Move left across to the flake to gain a good crack directly below the hanging arete, climb the crack to reach a glacis.
Mg (Magnesium) Converts flake graphite to spheroidal graphite giving strength & ductility.
Climb the flake on the left pas a thin break, PR, to reach a V-shaped groove.
Skin and flake the haddock, removing any stray bones you come across, and set aside.
I ascended the flake to the inclined nose, and then reached round to grab a large handhold.
layaway flake which is followed boldly to a good resting place.
The fish should turn opaque and flake slightly but still remain moist.
Depending on the color of skin you are trying to paint, you could add more flake white with a touch of yellow ochre.
perched flake in the corner.
pitchstone flake should also be noted.
retouched flint flake was recovered which may have accompanied the burial.
Shackley (1974) emphasized flake scar ridge (arÃªte) abrasion as a product of fluvial transport.
scolded maggots mixed with maize flake and fishmeal groundbait.
steepening slab with a delicate move across a diagonal crack to gain the center of a diagonal flake line.
Great baits are lob worm, canned sweet corn and bread flake, please do not keep you baits inside our holiday home.
When a cleavage flake of mica is struck a sharp blow with a blunt needle-point a six-rayed star of cracks or "percussion figure" is developed: the rays intersect at angles of approximately 60Ã‚°, and the pair most prominently developed are parallel to the plane of symmetry of the crystal.
The acute bisectrix of the optic axes never deviates from the normal to the basal plane by more than a degree or two, hence a cleavage flake of mica will always show an optic figure in convergent light when placed on the stage of a polarizing microscope.
63, and continued into the lInd Dynasty: the flake with rounded ends (43) was used from the 1st to the IVth Dynasty (P. Ab.
For general coarse fishing, try putting out a bed of scolded maggots mixed with maize flake and fishmeal groundbait.
An example would be, say a flake of paint was to hit a spacecraft in orbit at this speed.
Climb the center of the steepening slab with a delicate move across a diagonal crack to gain the center of a diagonal flake line.
An easier start utilizes the undercut flake crack just right.
The liner does not chip or flake and also has veen proven to reduce bacteria build up within the bottle.
You'll spend a little more, but it's worth it for mascara that doesn't clump, flake or run when wet.
Shimmers are fun, just be careful of too many glitters that might flake on your face and make you look shiny.
Expecting it to flake off in my eyes, I thought I would probably give it to my two teen-agers after I wrote my Yves Rocher eye shadow review.
My lashes looked good after hours of wear, so the mascara didn't smudge under my eyes or flake off of the tips.
I have sensitive eyes with contact lenses that cling onto every little flake and irritant, so an eye shadow that knows what it's doing is important to me.
And then they get dorky and either forget, start hanging around their friends, and just basically flake out.
This process does not cause the nail to chip, crack or flake, and it's much more comfortable for most dogs.
Ultimately, the skin in this area will become dry and flake away.
The top scales flake off easily and often, but those beneath the surface of the skin clump together.
During the second week, the skin begins to flake off, and it continues to do so for five to ten days.
The eggs are stuck fast to the hair or the scalp and don't flake off in the same way that dandruff does.
After a week, she felt the need to wash her hair more often than she had before the treatment, and her scalp began to flake.
Piercing jewelry should also not be made out of gold-plated metal because the plating can flake over time, causing scratches and nicks in your skin.
Keep with white or ivory card stock and use an elegant font in either black or gold flake.
Use a flat surface, such as a scraper, wide flathead screwdriver, butter knife, or other tool to gently flake away the rust.
However, you should keep in mind that the measurements of lye in the granular form will be slightly different than those of lye in the flake form.
Instead of new cells growing at the same rate as old cells flake off, the cells reproduce too fast and pile up at the skin's surface.
Plus, once the skin starts to heal, it can peel and flake.
It works by drawing out the tags from the roots so that they will either flake away or fall out.
After about three weeks or so, the fry can be weaned onto frozen adult brine shrimp and crushed flake food.
hemp although bread flake and punch is also taking some good fish.
I know that in the past I have railed against shortening, but in this case we are using shortening in our pie crust recipe to give us a better flake.
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