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Also, moist fingers won’t activate some screens, which might be frustrating if you’re in a wet situation and can’t immediately dry them.
If their flesh happens to be tender and — yes — moist, then it’s okay to just say so.
They’re extra moist, super easy to throw together, and make for great leftovers.
However, in the moist atmosphere between a person’s mouth and their mask, it takes nearly a hundred times as long for a droplet to evaporate and shrink into a droplet nuclei.
This helps to keep the eyes moist, washing away dust and anything dangerous.
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The high fat content keeps things moist but can also weigh things down.
That, in turn, brings less warm, moist air south from the Arctic Ocean into Eurasia.
At that temperature the meat is moist and soft, but it hasn’t hit 212—which is when water boils and the meat starts to fall apart.
The moon is not made of cheese, but it is ever-so-slightly moist.
Breathing, coughing or sneezing propels forward the warm, moist exhaled air within that turbulent cloud.

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