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While water flossers can’t get into all the narrow spaces between teeth like string floss can, they do cover a larger surface area and, combined with flossing and brushing, help provide a complete cleaning for that fresh-from-the-dentist feeling.
They are also rather fond of a fly made from a partridge's breast feather, and body of crimson floss silk.
Every person is familiar with candy floss, made at stands on fair grounds, or carnivals, in an expensive whirling machine.
As the sugar is melted, it will be spun out in floss form through the small holes into the pan receiver.
She took another bungling stitch in the petal of a white floss daisy.
THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
I'd as soon let Floss loose among my birds' eggs as trust you two.
Many like to use a thread of silk or mercerized crochet-cotton with the Shetland floss or other wool which may be chosen.
I am grateful and yet rather sad to have finished—sad that I shall live with my people on the banks of the Floss no longer.
He told me the queen had been speaking to him in great admiration of my books—especially "The Mill on the Floss."
There is no difference, between enjoying this personal talk and enjoying The Mill on the Floss or books of biography.
CONVERSATIONMARY GREER CONKLIN

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