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Ditch those neon strips you saw on TikTok, or those fairy lights that have been hanging around your window for years, and turn on a proper lamp to light up your space.
The first test of the new compatibilizer involved welding together strips of polyethylene and polypropylene.
Cut away the rough peel in vertical strips, following the curved shape of the root, and then you can prep the vegetable as instructed by the recipe.
I attached hook and loop tape with the teeth to the back of frames, putting a strip at the top and bottom.
Then Wohlfeil’s order came out, opening not only the strip clubs but all dining, and Desmond rejoiced.
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It’s like something out of a health class film strip, only it hopes to sell you fries.
The first thing to look for is a vacuum with obstacle identification features, so your vacuum can identify small barriers like power strips, cables, pet toys, or shoes.
From the hype, the press releases, and the promotional videos—in which actors delightedly sample minuscule strips of flesh in fashionably lit restaurants and homes—it might seem as if the first cultured product is just months away.
A Turing machine performs actions on an endless strip of tape divided into squares.
One of QuantumScape’s key innovations is to replace the liquid in today’s lithium-ion batteries with a strip of metal.

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