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adjective as in contoured

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adjective as in plastic

adjective as in wrought

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If buying a whole stalk, check the spaces between the sprouts and the stalk for mold or dampness.

In their view, that means the party must learn more about how to counteract his influence and that of others who campaign in his mold.

It may be environmental, such as a reaction to mold, grass, dust or pollen, or it also might be a way of comforting himself if he’s stressed or bored.

With Hatsune Mika and Lil Miquela setting the mold for virtual stars, Seraphine is unique in that she’s tied to an already-established brand and the most popular esport in the world.

He had an issue with mold in his lungs, and doctors told him he needed to step away and deal with the problem or it would have serious long-term effects.

The newest coach seats drop the upholstery and, instead, are shells molded to the human spine.

Wealthy women would have their feet rewrapped at least once a day to ensure they were being molded into the appropriate shape.

These sculptures are in his typical style—figures molded out of colorful stainless steel with striking luminosity.

An upholstery technique used in the 1700s makes the silk glued onto molded timberwork atop the bed look like liquid gold.

Savile molded public opinion, but he also clearly manipulated it.

It is possible—as in urate infarcts of infants—for urates to be molded into cylindric bodies within the renal tubules.

Her character became insensibly molded to their forms, and she was inspired with restless enthusiasm to imitate their deeds.

Spray had beaten over her and had congealed until she seemed like a mass of ice that had been molded into the shape of a ship.

But the fair young face and divinely molded form of the Angel were His most perfect work of all.

The young Huron was in his war paint, and very little of a finely molded form was concealed by his attire.


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