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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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The tea industry had thought of disposable tea bags for busy people," says station director Dr Mridul Hazarik, "now the tea tablet will make it even easier.
To meet this demand, Copack designed a biodegradable tea bag made of a wet laid nonwoven material primarily composed of abaca, or hemp, fiber.
Add 8 single-serving orange pekoe tea bags and 2 tablespoons vanilla; reduce heat, stir gently and simmer 1 to 2 minutes.
Looking at the generally accepted model of a product life cycle it would be reasonable to conclude that the tea bag market in Taiwan has progressed past the launch and early adopter phases and is currently still in a period of growth.
The tea bag also offered consumers a porous package that would allow the flavor/aroma to seep out into the water but keep the leaves in a sealed package.
The 4m by 3m Earl Grey tea bag, which was designed by experts at the factory, would make around 11,000 cups of tea.
FIRST there was the square tea bag, then came the pyramid and round ones.
If you don't have a nail repair kit, take apart a tea bag and tear one or two strips into narrow sections the width of your nail.
No waiting around and squeezing the tea bag, the flavour just flowed.
The grouping consists of tea cups and saucers, teapots in two styles, creamers, sugar bowl, napkin rings, tea bag holders, dessert plates, a two-tiered cookie service and a children's tea service.
InsureMe statistician and novice actor Peter Deusterman depicts the seminal event by throwing a single tea bag into a nearby pond.
The tea bag industry concentrated on convenience, for the old 'Charley's Rules' associated with the traditional brewing of orthodox tea was considered too painstaking and time consuming.