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carton

Shooting
a. a white disc at the centre of a target
b. a shot that hits this disc
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Each student was then given his or her milk carton, which they held upside down--to prevent any glue dripping on them--until it dried completely
Patz was the first ever missing child to be pictured on the side of a milk carton.
Just plug in your MP3 player and let the music pour out of this milk carton speaker, ideal for those occasions when you're in the kitchen and need some tunes to help make the washing up go a bit faster.
Help these northern birds stay fed and happy by making a milk carton bird feeder.
Each milk carton label will encourage the public to report sightings of Steven to the charity on Freefone 0500 700 700, and will urge Steven himself to make contact through the charity's Message Home service (0800 700 740).
On each side of the milk carton, measure 1 1/2 inches from the bottom and draw a line.
To peel it off, dip the frozen milk carton in some warm water.
Featuring in-depth activities for Earth Day, some hands-on classroom suggestions include building a mini-woodland habitat, basic composting, crafting a milk carton birdfeeder, studying photosynthesis, and much more.
Possible projects for display or use in a pageant include a signal flag cut from a pillowcase, an ironclad ship shaped from a milk carton, and a regimental drum created out of a coffee, oatmeal, or nut cylinder.
To say that Seth Godin "writes books about marketing" is analogous to saying that Lance Armstrong "rides a two-wheeler." One of his books, which came packaged in a milk carton, Purple Cow, has as its premise that essentially there are good products, plenty of them, and consequently, they become about as remarkable as a herd of cows--brown cows--standing in a pasture.
The sensor can also indicate how long an object bearing it--a milk carton, for example--had been above a threshold temperature.
Have your teacher cut off the top part of a milk carton.