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tool

(1) Slang for an obtuse person.
(2) British slang for penis.
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The utensils drew back and allowed them to pass without protest, although Captain Dipp marched the Spoon Brigade in close order after them until they had reached the edge of the clearing.
The eating utensils are attached to the handle by a swivel screw that allows the utensil to fold back on the handle when not in use.
I soaked the pads/adhesive with soapy water and the next day I wedged a flat wooden kitchen utensil under the stand and bumped it until it came loose.
For kitchen surfaces, a 10 x 10 cm area of the cutting board or table and the surface of the utensil that was in contact with the child's food or drink was wiped using a cotton swab moistened with Butterfield's phosphate buffer (BPB) and then placed into a tube containing 10 mL of BPB.
Concern at the fast declining industry in the province, coppersmiths and residents cite the constantly rising utensil imports as a principal reason for declining demand for local copper products.
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The blackened plastic utensil was discovered when Lee Gardner, 40, went to hospital after vomiting blood.
23, 2012 (CENS) -- The Taiwan-based Taya Kitchen Utensil Co.
Our kitchen utensil drawers are filled with all sorts of great inventions, and now your students will have a chance to develop their own eating utensil.
The cookware includes interior measuring lines, while the utensil holder has a vent in the bottom so utensils can dry quickly.
Ceilingmounted utensil racks use space that would otherwise be wasted.
A DEFINITION of hogwash: "The scum of broth, utensil washings, leftovers, gristle, stale bread, peelings, old lard, spuds, fat and grease".