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“There’s a massive opportunity, in terms of the impact on working mothers in particular — this could potentially be really good in the longer term, as we’ve now ripped the plaster off around flexible working,” she said.
By making plaster casts of those impressions, archaeologists could see details like facial expressions and even the folds and pleats of clothing.
Then they used plaster mixed with other materials to cast the other 130 stones.
He laid it upon the floor, and took out a plaster mask, and brushing and blowing off the saw-dust, held it up.
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“It is a perfect identification,” murmured Mr. Arden, with his eyes still riveted on the plaster faces.
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Now Isaias had ordered that they should take a lump of figs, and lay it as a plaster upon the wound, and that he should be healed.
The plaster will show on the ground whether the sowing is being done evenly.
A pint of meal and a pint of plaster to each rod, is a good mixture to sow in.
Pouring from one dish to another many times will mix the plaster, meal, and seed perfectly if dry.
Famine was raging in the kingdom, and millions of unfortunate wretches were eating plaster instead of bread.

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