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Search Results for: rubber
Elastic objects (for example, rubber band) indicate spiritual and mental flexibility and adaptability. The object is stretched too much, this may be due to internal adjustments, perhaps caused by excessive adjustment.
Definition of Elastic articles:
Articles made from elastic materials.
Elastic, a colloquial noun for certain kinds of elastomers and stretchable …
… is a team sport played on ice, in which skaters use wooden or composite sticks to shoot a hard rubber puck into their opponent’s net. In countries where the sport is very popular it is known simply as “hockey”; however, the name ice hockey is used in countries where the word hockey is generally reserved for another form of the sport, such as field hockey or roller hockey. The game is played between two teams with six players (Five Skaters and a Goalie) on the ice. A team usually …
… the paper.
Synonyms of pencil
verb: draw; related terms: lead pencil, point, pencil eraser, rubber eraser, rubber, slate pencil, writing implement, tip, peak, point.
… waistcloth, girdle, sash, headband, headpiece, headstall, hoop, ring, elastic, elastic band, rubber band, shoulder strap, strap, strip, slip, sweatband, sweatband, bracelet, watch bracelet, watchband, watchstrap, wristband, mourning band, weed, wristband, wrist band, wristlet.
… forms the internal skeleton of various marine animals and usable to absorb water or any porous rubber or cellulose product similarly used.
A sponge is a tool, implement, utensil or cleaning aid consisting of porous material. Sponges are used for cleaning impervious surfaces. They are especially good absorbers of water and water-based solutions.
Sponges are commonly made from cellulose wood fibres, or foamed plastic polymers. Some natural sponges are still sold …
… fear Who dreams that he constantly looks for gloves and at every conceivable opportunity pulls on rubber gloves (a symbol of the condom), could suffer from an irrational fear of AIDS that is perhaps not aware of him. Now everywhere topicality presented theme of AIDS, this represents the desire to reject the fear which assigns a general AIDS panic. However, only one thing can help, you can learn about the real risk of this situations.
* Please, see meaning of epidemics.
Definition of …
… Quoits (koits, kwoits) is a traditional game which involves the throwing of metal, rope or rubber rings over a set distance, usually to land over or near a spike (sometimes called a hob, mott or pin). The sport of Quoits encompasses several distinct variations. Games such as Ringtoss or Hoopla became popular as parlour games, whilst versions such as Indoor Quoits allowed pubs and taverns to maintain their Quoits teams through the winter months.
Synonyms of ring toss & qouits …
… and Asia. It consists of wooden bars of various lengths that are struck by plastic, wooden, or rubber mallets. Each bar is tuned to a specific pitch of the musical scale. The term “xylophone” can refer to Western-style concert xylophones or to one of the many wooden mallet percussion instruments found around the world. Xylophones are tuned to different scale systems depending on their origin, including pentatonic, heptatonic, diatonic, or chromatic. The arrangement of the bars is …