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Skewer large pineapple shapes by placing slice flat, then poking skewer in at a right angle and through center just a bit.
Then, use another cotton swab to secure the loop poking through the hole.
Rightly called the Dave Barry of entomology, May Berenbaum enlightens readers with insect factoids while poking fun good-naturedly at her fellow bug-eyed scholars.
Sir, - There is an old saying, 'You should never keep poking a sleeping tiger'.
And not only video elders: Matthew Crawley's single-channel tape Turning on a video camera, opening it up, and poking around in there until it breaks, 1999, is a witty riposte to Robert Morris's reflexive Box With the Sound of Its Own Making, 1961.
And the industry is playing along with the joke Like Moses Znaimer poking fun at his reputation for being totally out of the loop and hiding in an ivory tower at the Citytv building on Toronto's trendy Queen Street West (he doesn't realize that Citytv already has a very popular "Intimate and Interactive" franchise) and alluding to having killed people in the 1980s.
Anthony Bray, aged 23, of Tryan Road, admitted grabbing his girlfriend by the scruff of the neck, hitting her head and poking her in the face with his fingers.
FERGIE stormed out of her TV chat show - after she thought her bosses were poking fun at her.
Then use a paper fastener to attach the pointer on top of the circle in the center, poking it through the rectangle.
They delight in poking fun at the neologisms of his advisers, from Alvin and Heidi Toffier's "demassification," to Michael Vlahos's "Brain Lords," to the whole notion of the "virtual.
Buck has been studying Oklahoma sugar maples for over 20 years, poking around in forgotten little canyons, looking for trees that for a number of years the scientific community simply wouldn't allow to exist.
This week, he's up on YouTube, poking fun about his own driving while letting the Metro area in on an early holiday gift from Brookfield Properties--FREE parking at Gaviidae Common, every Saturday and Sunday, from Thanksgiving to Christmas.