Prick sentence examples

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  • That's the kind of prick he is.

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  • He felt nothing, seated beside his dead mother, except the prick of anger.

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  • Sow petunias in heat, and prick out and harden for bedding out; also gloxinias to be grown on in heat till the flowering season.

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  • It is possible to tap or prick trees daily for a number of years without apparent injury, but the practice of tapping on alternate days appears to be safer and to afford equally satisfactory if not better results.

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  • When Pierre reached the fire and heard Platon's voice enfeebled by illness, and saw his pathetic face brightly lit up by the blaze, he felt a painful prick at his heart.

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  • On the skin we have a thick epidermis through which microbes cannot pass, although if an entrance is obtained for them by a prick or cut they may readily grow in the tissues below and spread from them throughout the whole body.

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  • Pot on again in March singly into 4-inch pots, and at end of April plant out into open borders; or sow on slight hot-bed in March, prick out into pits for transplanting into open in May; or sow in open in April and May.

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  • "Drop dead; prick your finger, cross your heart," he added as we smiled our agreement.

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  • Prick the top of the crust in several places.

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  • "Don't look at it that way, sweetheart," he said so gently she felt tears prick her eyes.

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  • Use a sterilized needle to prick the blister through the skin at the side.

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  • Septicaemic rash Watch out for tiny red or brown pin prick marks which can change into purple blotches or blood blisters.

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  • Prick it with a fork in several places to help air escape.

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  • Prick the pastry lightly with a fork and bake in a preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven for 10 to 12 minutes before filling.

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  • To help crackers crisp and bake evenly, prick with a fork five to seven times.

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  • Although he thought Jackson an obnoxious, self-righteous prick, Connor felt sure he had been truthful about him being long dead if they were going to kill him.

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  • He's a real in-your-face prick with an attitude that got him tossed off the force in New York, but he's a top notch investigator.

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  • I didn't much want to work with the prick and I had a bunch of vacation time, so I took it.

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  • There's been many babies who've probably experience a pin prick or two as their moms tried to diaper their wiggly bottoms.

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  • Weigh the duckling, prick the skin all over with a sharp skewer or fork.

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  • When large enough to handle, prick out individual seedling from pot and plant them in semishade condition under greenhouse.

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  • Sow the seeds in March, prick off the young plants when large enough to handle, grow them on till they are strong, and plant out in May.

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  • Sow in cool house in September as soon as ready, prick off four or five in a 4-inch pot, keep in cold pits during winter, and guard against damp.

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  • In percutaneous or prick testing, a drop of each allergen to be tested is placed on the skin, usually on the forearm or the back.

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  • A small needle is inserted through the drop to prick the skin below.

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  • A small needle or lancet is used to prick the finger or alternate site and a drop of blood is collected on a test strip that is inserted into a monitor.

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  • A small needle or lancet is used to prick the finger or an alternate site and a small drop of blood is collected on a test strip that is inserted into the monitor.

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  • Tell children that they will be getting a shot and that it will feel like a prick; however, it will only sting for a few seconds.

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  • Skin prick tests or intra dermal tests to demonstrate IgE allergies are standardized for very few medications.

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  • A number of states in the United States perform a hormonal test (a heel prick blood test) for CAH and other inherited diseases within a few days of birth.

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  • The tests usually begin with prick tests or patch tests that expose the skin to small amounts of allergen to observe the response.

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  • The doctor may recommend skin prick testing to determine whether certain specific substances or foods trigger the child's AD.

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  • You do not need to prick the skin or wrap them in foil, but I do suggest that you place them on a cookie sheet with a rack in it to catch the very sticky liquid that will seep from the sweet potatoes as they bake.

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  • Aurora, star of Disney's Sleeping Beauty, was betrothed at birth to Prince Phillip but grows up in a secluded cottage after being cursed to die by the prick of a spinning wheel's spindle before her sixteenth birthday.

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  • It behooves you to excite the reader about the potential of your project, in order to prick their interest to learn more.

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  • Relatively painless, mosquitoes lightly prick the skin, often so lightly you can hardly feel it.

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