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Keep the potting mix slightly moist as seedlings grow.
Spread the cake mixture in the prepared tin and bake for 35-40 minutes or until the cake is golden and feels spongy to the touch, and a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out a little moist and sticky.
At the same time, moist and cold winds will aggravate foggy conditions over the plains of Punjab and upper Sindh during the morning hours in the coming days.
According to the NASA release, "the new model demonstrated that since these stars emit the bulk of their light at NIR wavelengths, a moist greenhouse state will result even in conditions comparable to or somewhat warmer than Earth's tropics.
In a large mixing bowl combine the instant moist chocolate cake mix with the water, eggs and vegetable oil.
Conclusion: VAC therapy decreases wound size more effectively than moist wound dressing technique.
Marcella McParland, J&J's director of professional affairs for the UK and Ireland, explained that '1-Day Acuvue Moist Multifocal' is specifically designed for the natural shape and function of the presbyopic eye, to help practitioners continue to provide patients with "an excellent vision experience."
Do you think they are trying to ban these words the way women are with 'moist'?
introduces the Derringer Premium Moist Tobacco 6-Shooter Tub.
Intensely fruity with a barrage of moist, delicious raisins and more, it was deep and heavy enough for a serious cake, but moist enough to want to go back for seconds.
The ground is moist and is the perfect place to grow damp-loving ferns and hostas, rodgersias and water irises.