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To create the faux nighttime sky, it takes two craftspeople up to 17 hours to perforate 1,900 holes.
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They are also designed with three-hole punches on the left side, so if you use a binder, you can easily add one to it, or tear off individual perforated, hole-punched pages when needed.
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This is a great jersey if you pedal in hot climates—the Canyon is perforated and has larger holes on the back and under the arms for maximum breathability.
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The stars in this specimen are more numerous, and do not perforate.
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The remainder of the thoracic surface is covered with a tough breast-plate which the sting would perhaps fail to perforate.
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The 2nd or 1851 issue, as it is called in the circular, actually consisted of two series, the imperforate and perforate.
HISTORY OF THE POSTAGE STAMPS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAJOHN KERR TIFFANY
When the hypha of a uredine attacks a cell it is unable to perforate it with its whole diameter.
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In this manner the embryos perforate the walls of the digestive tube.
ANIMAL PARASITES AND MESSMATESP. J. VAN BENEDEN
This custom is only for the men, as the women do not perforate their faces, but only their ears.
THE LETTERS OF AMERIGO VESPUCCIAMERIGO VESPUCCI
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO PERFORATE

  • bore
  • cut
  • cut through
  • deflate
  • drill
  • go down
  • go flat
  • knife
  • lacerate
  • lance
  • nick
  • open
  • penetrate
  • perforate
  • pierce
  • prick
  • punch
  • riddle
  • rupture
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