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plectrum

(1) Uvula; uvula palatina [NA6].
(2) Styloid process of temporal bone; processus styloideus ossis temporalis [NA6].
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him wasn't of quite Craig said it was like catching me in bed with another woman, although he was finding plectrums about the place, rather than rogue earrings
Instead of boring black plectrums, make some that are a bit more interesting.
The International, in December, has a sort of plectrum shape.
I decided to use plectrums to create a portrait of him because I like experimenting with different materials and textures and I think it is a fitting tribute to the musician," said Chapman.
Jimi Hendrix will be personified in a mosaic, consisting entirely of Fender plectrums, in a work of art created by Manchester-based artist Ed Chapman to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The portrait, consisting entirely of Fender plectrums, was created by former Merseyside artist Ed Chapman, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
A pal said: "She's over the moon about the statue and thinks that fans leaving the plectrums on it is a really touching gesture.
Now I'm the world's authority on celluloid musical instrument plectrums.
I usually work in ceramic tile but plectrums are a great medium to create art and I hope they are a fitting tribute to an amazing musician.
A NEW portrait of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix - made from 4,000 Fender plectrums - will go on public display for the first time today.
After the gig the guys pick out people to throw their guitar plectrums to and even stay on stage chatting to die-hard fans.