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Histology noun A small bag originally produced from a porous paper—currently from a plastic mesh similar to that used for tea—used to contain fragments of tissue—e.g., products of conception, which are notoriously prone to floating into other tissues during the processing of specimens for histologic examination
Vox populi noun A colloquial, deprecating regionalism for a little old lady
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It was the exact opposite I dropped the teabag fully into my cup in a reflex action.
PG Tips told the magazine: "Like most of the teabags in the UK, our teabags are made with about 80% paper fibre, which is fully compostable, along with the tea leaves contained in the bag.
But during a post-mortem examination, a pathologist found several pyramid-shaped teabags in his stomach - which matched the teabags used at Cherry Orchard.
Place the teabag in a bowl, add the boiling water and infuse for 15 minutes before removing the teabag and leaving it to cool.
GREEN TEA With high levels of antioxidant polyphenols and catechins, green tea draws out impurities and improves skin elasticity APPLE AND GREEN TEA TONER Ingredients: 2 green tea teabags; 1 cup hot water; 1/2 cup apple cider vinegar; 10 drops bergamot or rose essential oil Steep the teabags in water for 10 minutes.
Cheap paper teabags are not acceptable as an out of home option.
But if it wasn't for a handful of confused Americans, the teabag may never have made it into our cups at all.
At 600 rupees ($11.40) for a box of 100 bags, the price of one teabag is roughly equal to that of a freshly-made streetside cup of "chai" served in a small earthenware pot or plastic cup and often spiced with cardamom or ginger.
Then they discovered his teabag ticker that they lined them with a Gore-Tex material.
Droopys Teabag, winner of the Mike Cronin Juvenile Classic at Tralee, was the fastest of the round with a 28.61sec win.
Use a good quality teabag from an airtight caddy, one spoonful, or one teabag, for each person and none for the pot.
Q WHILE watching the film Titanic I noticed a teabag being used in one scene.