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The Fords Impregnator applies hot molasses (80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit) under high pressure through small nozzles that atomize the molasses into a fine mist which falls On the warm feed as it leaves the mill.
There is no baby born but he clearly thus crosses over into the most profound realm of the hermaphrodite: the pregnant impregnator.
He thus becomes both impregnator of and matrix to his beloved's vanished image, both father and mother to the object of his love and art, staging, as Elisabeth Bronfen puts it, "a triumph over death figured as the triumph over natural maternal birth, genius over gynein.
Internal-mix resin-roller impregnator mixes resin and catalyst at the roller and introduces catalyzed resin inside the perforated roller, where it is evenly distributed.
What The Impregnator must do instead is keep Charlotte Church up the duff for as long as possible.
Herself a single mother at the time, Weldon writes to the woman, explaining that her impregnator obviously gave her a phony address and that she'll be getting no support from him.
6) Briefly, these authors posit a model where, in a world of easily accessed abortion services, some women would get pregnant and then make the decision to abort versus carry-to-term based on further information (for example, whether the impregnator is willing to marry her).
Two other items pertaining to relations with women also loaded at the specified limit, suggestive of the impregnator theme found by Gilmore (1990).
2 cm in size, were placed in a decompression impregnator that contained liquid phenolic resin, and impregnated at 1 atmospheric pressure, with the percentage of resin impregnation ranging from 50 to 82 percent.
Make sure the installer finishes with a stone impregnator or penetrating sealer to resist stains.
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Even the girl's loathsome impregnator Georgie Burgess (sag-eyed Pat Laffan) is so real, so rooted, you could kiss his puff-pastry face.