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stand up

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be angry

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abound

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to be abundantly filled or richly supplied

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a stiff fiber (coarse hair or filament)

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a stiff hair

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be in a state of movement or action

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rise up as in fear

have or be thickly covered with or as if with bristles

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react in an offended or angry manner

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The bristles are electro-static, so dirt actually clings to them.
The four groups of bristles contain similar numbers of bristles, ranging from 4 to 9, with a mean of 7 bristles per group (SD = 2, n = 46).
Complementing the copper bristles is a sleek white and copper body to the brush, which also features a flexible cushion pad to make the brushing experience even more comfortable.
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By placing the white bristles on the flat surface of the teeth, Scheier explains in a video on the Evolve website, "with short back-and-forth strokes," the blue bristles hug the outer edges of the teeth and clean the gum line.
Hairs and bristles on thorax brown; 4 dc, acr absent; scutellum with 2 pairs of bristles.
Choose nylon bristles, not pure bristle, because they resist splitting and bending better than natural material.
Cleaning equipment manufacturers have improved the resilience and performance of their products and one of the earlier steps to safer brushes was the introduction of plastics that were much more resilient than traditional wood and fibrous bristles.
To make the brush, the dentists take teeth's digital scan then the makers use it to find out the optimal placement of 600 bristles by simulating biting and chewing movements.
3) In the early 1900s, celluloid began replacing the bone handle--this change came about during World War I, when bone and hog bristles were in short supply.
The standard terminology (McAlpine 1981) is followed, with older terminology in brackets: frons (postfrons), face (prefrons), parafacial (paraprefrontal area), facial ridge (prefrontal ridge), frontogenal suture (prefrontal-genal suture), postocellar bristles (postvertical bristles), anepisternum (mesopleuron), katepisternum (sternopleuron), postpronotal lobe (humeral callus), posthumeral bristle (presutural bristle), [R.
In recent years, internal injuries have been reported following unintentional ingestions of wire grill-cleaning brush bristles by both children and adults (4-6).
Try clipping off all but about V2 inch of the bristles on an acid swabbing brush, NSN 7920-00-514-2417.
Compared with the 1 K process, in which the core and bristles are made from a single, semi-rigid plastic, the new process makes possible the creation of ultra-fine, flexible bristles.
Meanwhile, there are clusters of bristles within every small pit; and when the sizes of small pits change bigger or smaller, the clusters of bristles will also have the same change discipline.