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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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Choose the WetBrush Speed Dry which comes with Speed Dry Heatflex bristles and a clever open-vented design that guarantees faster drying time.
Morgan said: "Past research at the zoo found that certain baboons floss using their own hair and bristles from broom heads.
Anyone who cleans their grill with a wire-bristle brush should be aware of the possibility that the bristles can break off and stick to the food being cooked on the grill.
* Joseph Joseph took home a gia award for its "d-shaped" Flex toilet brush with spaced bristles that prevent dirt clogging, allow liquid to drain quickly and minimize drips between cleaning and storing.
Bristles are never exactly the same length and surfaces are never completely smooth.
7 out of 10 You get a similar result from a crochet hook, and it's PS4 a go (refills: PS7.99 for 3), but top points for ease." From Kuhn Rikon Stay Clean Scrubber, PS5.95 Rather than using a washing-up sponge you have to toss, this has more than 5000 silicon bristles, is dishwasher safe and can be sterilised in a microwave.
Key words: bacterial contamination, charcoal bristles, used toothbrushes
This implies that the drill string surface is a slightly rough surface and the wellbore is a severe rough surface composed of a large number of elastic bristles, which is an abstraction of asperities.
These projections are called bristles because of their appearance, even though they can flex.
The copper bristles in the Clean Radiance line massage the scalp and work through the hair to reduce buildup that is produced over time, which in turn leads to beautiful and radiant locks, say company officials.
This is great value, but unlike many budget brushes, they won't let you down by shedding lots of bristles. The synthetic bristles work really well with water-based paints, and the set includes brushes of four different sizes.
The Sonic Chic utilizes sonic vibrations to scrub the teeth and gums and comes with a hygienic cap to cover the bristles in order to keep them clean as well--an important factor, dentists say, in maintaining healthy oral hygiene.
Abbreviations are as follows: acr = acrostichal bristles, ad = anterodorsal bristles, av = anteroventral bristles, d = dorsal bristles, dc = dorsocentral bristles, LI = fore leg, LII = mid leg, LIII = hind leg, oc = ocellar bristles, pd = posterodorsal bristles, pv = posteroventral bristles, v = ventral bristles, CuAx ratio = length of m-cu/length of distal portion of CuA.
The brush is comprised of a core, bristles comprising end portions extending substantially radially around at least a portion of the core, wherein the bristles define a bristled portion of the brush having a first length measured along a longitudinal axis of the core; and at least one notch having a second length measured along the longitudinal axis of the core less than half the first length, with at least one notch defined at a notched bristled portion of the brush.
The head of the toothbrush should be small and the bristles should be short.