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Supplies: #2 Glover's needle, sinew, lighter or matches, gloves, leather shears, contact cement, binder dips, hammer, stone.
One-Step" deboning pointed the way for Paoli to concentrate on sinew removal; i.
The Yam re-grows, the languages hibernate, the heart takes on the sinew of dreamwork, sweat.
She observes that sinew thread tends to swell when damp, thereby improving the waterproof quality of seams when the garment is exposed to moisture.
the way they danced he doing his thing she hers yet also each other's his short manly body hips swinging girlishly exquisitely fit her short womanly body strutting cockily the way she took to touching the sweaty flannel the sinew beneath taking her back to who she once was: a woman who loved men.
5 ounces of fat and sinew, and will lose 14 ounces during cooking.
For the athletes who claim to be the best The Olympics will be their greatest test They have trained and strained for many a year And injury can end all in a sob or tear Supreme athletes at times struggle to cope But seldom do they ever give up hope Every muscle and sinew will be stretched To become the best of the very best Supreme athletes will of course reach the top But the question is can they now stop Not all athletes can be the best
Get in touch He continues to give us palpitations as he strives with every sinew to win another Grand Slam title - and we'll all be on the edge of our seats come Wimbledon, full of hope that he can do it once again.
EVERY bone in my body aches, every joint has seized up, every sinew is taut like a piano string - but it was worth it.
Valentine's--I dug gentle, hugged the sinew waist, watered long.