sleeve


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sleeve

A sheath of pliable material (e.g., Cyberskin, latex) designed to fit over a vibrator and provide texture and increased thickness (girth).
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By an unlucky slip, however, a fluttering fragment of the ribbon hung out of one of her sleeves, just as she was finishing, and caught Miss Ophelia's attention.
They must go up your sleeves the moment you let go.
Adequate slope to drain will reduce the exposure of inboard wall sleeve corners to ponding water and subsequent leakage.
The material I chose to bond the sleeve to the barrel is J-B Industro Weld, chosen for its extremely high steellike strength and adhesive bonding qualities, as well as viscosity controllability in its application.
A 2010 survey of steel casters posed the question, "How do you determine whether to use an insulating or exothermic sleeve or sand for a riser?
The Macedonian alcohol tax stamp is located under the transparent sleeve and so is fully integrated into the security solution.
New Core Pin Retainers simply and cost-effectively retain the center core pin in ejector sleeves.
When two hot Bollywood babes, Kangana Ranaut and Sonam Kapoor showed up in puffed sleeves dresses for important public events, over the last fortnight, it wasn't tough to guess that the actresses have been referencing Louis Vuitton's fall 09 collections to update their wardrobes.
99 while the Stand-alone SpeedThru laptop sleeve will sell for USD89.
What started out as a series of pictures on the internet has blossomed into a live event, and the second Sleeve face party is being held tomorrow night in Cardiff.
With the sleeve in place, the size of seal which was previously used will still be a perfect fit, eliminating the need to locate and purchase new seals, as is invariably necessary when worn shafts are reground.
Flint Group Printing Plates launched its new nyloflex infinity technology for manufacturing of seamless polymer sleeves.