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pierce

To penetrate body tissue, usually in order to place an ornamental ring or stud on the surface of the skin.
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Unlike squashes, carbonates and juice drinks that come in a no-fuss format, mmmMilk is presented in a short, gable-top pierceable carton, which means this bright, light and handy container is suitable for use at breakfast, in lunchboxes or as an after-school snack.
(4) The house of fiction has in short not one window, but a million - a number of possible windows not to be reckoned; every one of which has been pierced, or is still pierceable, in its vast front, by the need of the individual vision and by the pressure of the individual will.
The woman, tho' by birth and custom rude, Yet having veins of nature, could not be But pierceable, did feel at length the point Of pity enter so, as out gush'd tears, (Not usual to stern eyes)...(1)
Chemically Resistant, Pierceable Microplate Cap Mats