Thesaurus / stick


At 14 hives, the researchers used a balloon tied to a stick to chase off hornets, says Otis.
Let’s start with the stick vacuumVacuum cleaners these days come in all shapes and sizes and there are various aspects you might want to think about when working out which one you want.
If he had 10 plates spinning on sticks before, now he’s got 20.
If crosspieces are in the right place, your toes should be covering the first stick you tied, and your heels should be covering the second stick you tied, for each shoe.
This guy’s charging at them, with a knife in one hand, a stick in the other, screaming at them, in a confined space.
This fiasco does not sit well with the Democratic presidential candidates, who realize they have wasted an entire year trudging around Iowa eating fried objects on sticks and pretending to care about Iowans.
There’s also a bonus light stick, which will definitely entertain any bored little kids who happen to be traveling with you.
When hiking in the woods, searching among the countless other sticks littering the forest floor, she never cheated and would always drop at your foot the very stick that you had thrown as far as you could.
Sherber suggested using stick products where the top layer can be cut off.
Consoles aren’t capable of video calls, and neither are most streaming sticks and boxes.


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