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And he claims he never gets a ticket because the cling film on his number plate reflects any camera flash and stops his high-speed motor being identified.
Gently cover with the remaining cling film and place the tin back in the freezer for approximately 4 hours until the semifreddo has set.
Designed with proprietary Miracle Cling Technology that is reusable, the organizer securely clings to glossy surfaces and features pockets for storage, and slots in between to hold brushes, head down, to dry after washing.
For instance, we cling onto the illusion that all marketing
Dust a work surface with flour or alternatively, place cling wrap on a work surface.
Cambridge CMOS Sensors Ltd, a member of the ams group, today announced that Chinese wearable device manufacturer HiCling is using its ultra-low power gas sensors to enable the new Cling VOC smart fitness wristband to measure indoor air quality and alcohol in breath.
The fisherman's desperate attempts to cling onto the pier failed in choppy seas yesterday and the RNLI said he soon drifted a quarter-of-a-mile offshore.
Cover in cling film and place in the fridge for 30-60 minutes.
We humans are adrift, needing to cling to things throughout our lives to counteract currents that would otherwise sweep us to oblivion.
Tear off a sheet of cling film and spread it out on a work surface.