The ruler produced more static electricity after it was rubbed
with nylon because it picked up the snakes.
001), with moderately rubbed
stems (76 mm [+ or -] 5.
3 : to scour, polish, or smear by pressure and friction <He rubbed
oil on the wood.
Then he took his thumb, rubbed
it on his own ashes, and traced a cross on my forehead.
The aromatic blends can be rubbed
dry onto steak, ribs, chicken, fish or potato wedges or mixed with yoghurt for a creamier taste.
The glamour girl purred: ''I love back massages, '' as Jennie pummelled her and rubbed
oil into her pink butterfly tattoo.
First, a worker in the box office rubbed
the lamp and made a wish that her cat would return after being missing for eight days.
raw by clothing or by skin against skin (like armpits) can be a problem in both cool and warm weather.
First, she set out cubes rubbed
on a ground squirrel unrelated to her test subjects.
The new method is the first to replace a process discovered 95 years ago that proved when a substrate is rubbed
, it forms a pattern that the liquid crystals align to.
ABSTRACT: I observed white rhinos (Ceratotherium simum) in Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe, perform a behavior previously undescribed for this species; males vigorously removed the bark from commiphora trees (Commiphora marlothii) with their horns, and then rubbed
their head and rostrum on the debarked areas.