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gentle

Angling a maggot, esp when used as bait in fishing
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She bent her head gently in token that she understood him.
Round the edge of the lower area is a gently curving wall of dark red bricks, similar to those used inside the museum, and used for the same purpose, to achieve a modern, anonymous machine-made backdrop against which craftsmanship can speak.
By combining radiofrequency energy with a saline solution, Coblation(R) is able to gently and precisely remove tonsils without damaging surrounding healthy tissue.
Gently pull outstretched hand's knuckles towards the body.
Step 2: As your hamstrings begin to relax, slowly play with the edge of sensation you feel by gently stretching your legs and straightening your knees.
Breathe into this hip opener by extending the bent leg from the inner groin to the knee and from the outer knee draw gently back into the hip.
Gently shake the mixture (with the cap on) and put the bottle on its side in a darkened room.
The museum is conceived as a great truncated cone, 46m in diameter, its gently inclined walls rising impassively out of the forest.
During sleep, Paragon CRT(R) lenses gently, comfortably and temporarily reshape the cornea, allowing users to see clearly and device-free during their waking hours.
Add the rice and sautA it gently for about 3-4 minutes, until it looks glossy.
Available in both DVD and Blu-ray formats, George Gently Series 7 collects four all-new, feature-length mysteries featuring Detective Chief Inspector George Gently (played by Martin Shaw), who strives to keep the peace and catch criminals in North East of England during the socially turbulent 1960's.
LEE Ingleby has revealed he is hoping Inspector George Gently will be renewed for an eighth series.