It came with a cruel burning pain into her head, as if the words "The drop given was fourteen feet" had been scratched on her brain with a hot needle
However, mark my words, that particular little boil hasn't been lanced and may require a particularly sharp and hot needle
at some time in the future.
Furthermore, a surgeon has often had to "tie off " blood vessels and other structures to stop them bleeding with sutures or a hot needle
On the stroke of 90 minutes the sub delivered, steering a cross from Adil Rami beyond Berisha's reach and bursting through the tension like a hot needle
through the skin of a balloon.
A crack team of tattoo artists slave over a hot needle
to transform such body horrors into minor works of art.
We thought we knew everybody who was anybody, from Diana Vreeland, the power that was Vogue, to people slaving on 7th Avenue and sewing with a hot needle
The bears were typically bought or poached as cubs by Kalandar Muslim gypsies who would then poke a hot needle
through their snouts in order to run a rope through them.
Stewarts will also display it's line of hot needle
and cold needle perforation and micro-perforation tooling and units for nonwovens.
tools are available for use with nonwovens or thin gauge film materials, while cold systems are ideal for micro perforations.
You may have heard of some special trick or tool to remove a tick safely, such as burning the tick first with a hot needle
, or twisting the tick in a certain direction.
Some of the tests - like using a hot needle
to detect the smell given off - can damage the item and are best avoided.
An opposite surgical approach inserts a hot needle
into one side of the brain to destroy a small portion of the globus pallidus, an area that's hyperactive in many Parkinson's patients.