Fat balls are regularly sold in nylon mesh
bags, but never put out any food in these bags, which may trap birds' feet and even cause broken or torn off feet and legs.
Student projects included Sarah O'Brien's Elizabowl, a flexible fruit bowl that holds each piece of fruit separately to minimize bruising; Noah Balmer's KitchenSync, which allows the user to view recipes electronically while cooking without bringing an expensive laptop into the kitchen; and Richard Hagee's Opus laundry hammock, which can hang from clothes racks or in closets and which includes a nylon mesh
THE EGG, 1959, likely a result of scavenging San Francisco's thrift shops and crumbling Victorian houses, piles colorful scraps of fabric, brocade, buttons, zippers, and Conner's signature nylon mesh
, along with a contorted plastic baby doll, under the surface of a convex glass oval surrounded by an ornate brass frame.
Then they fitted the top with a nylon mesh
above the water line.
Its twist 'n fold feature allows for compact storage in a nylon mesh
carrying bag and the outer portion has a jet valve for easy inflation and deflation.
deep * screen or nylon mesh
that fits inside the pan * 3 entire newspaper sections * rolling pin
The nets are made of nylon mesh
with a 32-inch metal outer ring and 12-inch inner bottom ring.
This consists of nylon mesh
netting to which burlap strips and/or local vegetation may be easily attached.
The experiment, conducted by researchers from the University of Maryland in the United States and the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease in Bangladesh, compared the presence of cholera in households that filtered their water with old saris to households that used a nylon mesh
filter and to those that had no filter at all.
The new design replaces conventional exhaust grommets with nylon mesh
They parade slowly through a series of "pods" made of nylon mesh
stretched over bent metal pipes, which house the photos, stopping every few steps to do ten-second, frozen poses.
Sari cloth is cheaper than modern nylon mesh
and is much more effective," reports microbiologist Rita Colwell at the University of Maryland in the US, and author of the study.