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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 toilet brush is stored in a clamshell canister and uses a bullet- shaped bristle configuration that is designed to clean even low-flush toilets.
Make sure that the heads of the bristles are absolutely flat and never serrated.
The initial uses in pipe, bristles, and pallets all need high strength and wear resistance.
The hard bristles at the front remove the debris while the soft bristles at the back sweep up all the dirt, dust and debris whilst preventing it from flicking up in the air.
This mechanical limitation has inhibited producers of "performance" styles of toothbrushes, which utilize various lengths, alignments, and types of bristles.
Dave, a 45-year-old paramedic, saved her life by removing the bristles.
Harris have now perfected a range of guaranteed "no-loss" brushes using synthetic bristles.
Chances are you'll find at least five or six different brands of manual toothbrushes, each with a choice between hard, medium, or soft bristles; child, junior, or adult sizes; three, four, or even five rows of bristle tufts; six to eight colors and at least as many shapes.
Inspired by the dentist-recommended Bass technique, Deep Sweep TRIACTION's dynamic bristles sweep perpendicular to manual brushing motion while unique two-level tufting makes sweeping bristles longer to ensure they reach deeply between teeth.
Do inspect your grill brush regularly for worn bristles and replace brushes at least once a year depending on how often you grill.
The head of the toothbrush should be fairly small and the bristles should ideally be fairly short too.
Scientists had known that hairlike bristles, or cilia, on coral help sweep nutrients in, but the purpose of bristles lining the valleys between coral polyps had been more mysterious.
The Orapup brush features ultra-soft bristles that clean up bacteria from all the crevices of your dog's tongue.