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Rubbing or pinching of the hose can cause a leak that leads to a complete loss of power steering.
A SOME tomatoes need their side shoots removing or pinching out - these are known as cordon types.
The interior blast mill design has no moving parts, which prevents pinching and jamming of small parts and reduces maintenance.
Heathrow cargo handler Ian Griffin admitted pinching the woman after he was arrested following a domestic argument but said he did it out of a grudge against the police - and not for sexual kicks.
Or would pinching the stinger out with fingers or a forceps work better?
If the clay starts to get little cracks because the pinching action is making it too dry, just moisten the fingertips on the damp sponge once in a while, and continue to pinch lightly.