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A tampon comprising compressed fibrous material and a flexible recovery element, the tampon is dimensionally stable, is arranged and configured for digital insertion, and has an insertion end, a recovery end, a longitudinal axis, and a substantially cylindrical outer surface, wherein said outer surface of the tampon is at least partially provided with spirally shaped, longitudinal grooves, wherein the tampon has sufficient column strength to permit digital insertion thereof into a body cavity.
VARTA's spirally wound electrode product offers high-rate discharge capability, with an operational life in excess of 5 years.
Per-vaginal examination reveal twisting of vaginal fold spirally downward and forward to right side (clock-wise).
A deep examination of old survey images suggests a spirally distorted radio jet originates from the binary black holes.
Take sections of hair, spray with Get Gorgeous Work It Girl Shine Protect and Control Take sections of hair, spray with Get Gorgeous Work It Girl Shine Protect and Control Spray and wrap spirally around the barrel of a Bad Girl Glam Wicked Waver.
If rifles must be left upright in a rack, a requirement on many ranges, the towel can be spirally wrapped around the barrel.
Get real definition to your curly, wavy, spirally texture.
Such increases in sales tax will cause the masses to face spirally price increases in necessities; something which the common man finds hard to afford at present as well.
The screw is actually an inclined plane or wedge that's wound spirally around a cylinder in a helical form.
Thin conical shell, number of whorls 4, umbilicus imperforate, shell brown in colour, dextral, thin, ovately oblong and smooth, umbilicus closed, body whorl enlarged, angular above and inflated below, sutures obliquely depressed, aperture large mango shaped pointed above and inflated below, columella twisted and oblique, shell sculpture spirally striated, apex very short, thin and pointed.