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The heavier air causes a container of water to flow into a bucket.
One good word quenches more heat than a bucket of water.
He does not sell beer by the bucket or can or growler or schooner, but by the pint.
Bucket, fastened with iron, and near it a trough for the horses.
Ladle curds out of the pot into a large colander, lined with a double thickness of cheesecloth and set over a clean bucket.
Soak three blocks of florist's foam in a bucket of water, then set them on plastic trays inside the window box.
Hot soapy water in a bucket for cleaning slippery hands while bottling.
If you are sick, then stay in your dorm and throw up in a bucket.
Simply blend a teaspoon of originality into a bucket of the same old thing.
It comes out as vapor, but some condenses and drips out of a pipe into a bucket.
In the case of the bucket orchids, its strong scent attracts bees that then slip into its pollen-filled bucket.
The day's harvest is rinsed off in a big bucket, laid out to dry and sorted by color, shape or purpose.
Wherever the hoses couldn't reach, he organized bucket brigades.
Moving water is fairly straightforward on the human scale: a pump or a bucket will usually do the trick.
She vomits again and again into the bucket, taking rasping breaths.
Immokalee's tomato pickers are paid as little as forty cents per bucket.
Since your toilet can't flush toilet paper, put the bucket with all the crapped-on toilet paper under the sink.
He did not have to worry about what was in that bucket.
By the end of the first day the bucket brigades had separated according to uniform.
By comparison, government welfare and healthcare costs are a drop in the bucket.
Let's instead look at ways to constrain future costs, rather than adding more to the bucket.
Since they fed him, preparing a bucket of food that he picked up every morning, he felt he had to pay them back somehow.
He took a small bucket from the side of the cart and dipped it down into the big bucket of mud, bringing up a steaming heap.
Construction belongs in its own bucket, since it ascended and collapsed on the real estate bubble.
Then they dropped it into a bucket of vegetarian chili.
He slept in an artist squat so cold that he had to take a bucket of hot water to the outdoor toilet to prevent it from freezing.
Instead of a bucket, he juggled four milking machines hooked to a stainless-steel line.
Red wine won't overheat in the summer, and white wine won't get too cold when left in an ice bucket.
Second, mix the ingredients, heat them and add to the bucket.
Plus, there's a gigantic prize bucket for you, and even bonuses if your film makes millions in ticket sales.
The crane's arm is now completely outstretched and the bucket is bobbing up and down precariously.
Dunk your mop or sponge in the bucket and wring it out thoroughly.
Hook the gang valve over the edge of the bucket, with the hoses inside the bucket.
Any peels or other vegetable remains should go into the bucket, as should coffee grounds and egg shells.
Wash your bicycle or your family's car with a bucket and sponge rather than using a hose for the entire operation.
To the rich, it will be a drop in the bucket, to the poor it will be a godsend.
Your personal experience is not even a drop in the bucket for scientific research.
The money spent on space and particle physics, are a drop in the bucket in comparison.
Because in the end, you may have only removed one drop from the bucket.
To sweep these issues into a single bucket does a disservice to any attempt to build an understanding of these important matters.
While a million may be a large number in some contexts, when it comes to population it's a drop in the bucket.
All they bring to those businesses is a bucket of money that would be burned through without benefit to anyone.
Each time a bucket tips, an electronic signal is sent to a recorder.
During favorable weather conditions, strap on your snorkeling gear and head off shore with a bucket.
Plugging leaks in the tax bucket will not be enough.
However, production there is a drop in the spit bucket.
The excellence initiative is a mere drop in the bucket.
Such farsightedness is, alas, only a drop in the bucket.
Until the bucket fills and tips--if it ever does--academics need to be prepared to compete.
She buys water by the bucket an arduous ten-minute walk away.
But this was merely a drop in the bucket of examples.
Fortunes were made in bucket shops, and the tide of suckers was endless.
As necessary they relieved themselves into a steel bucket.
Collapsing to the cement floor from a fist in the face, he broke his arm again on a bucket that was his toilet.
They even manufactured tools, bending a wire to make a hook to pull a bucket holding food out of a tube.
He took a hagfish, and placed it into a large plastic bucket.
It was originally invented to make singers who couldn't carry a note in a bucket sound decent.
As mentioned, these kind of polygons are known to form when you stir water in a bucket using a rotating bottom plate.
There's no reason at all that the bucket guys and the pool guys couldn't have been filming.
And those issues are a drop in the bucket compared to what's going on in the right.
Think of the way water sloshes in a bucket, varying by how you swing or carry it.
Animals at some preserves are so accustomed to humans that they wander into range at the sound of a rattling feed bucket.
Their paper served to yank dreaming from the realms of the psychological and plonk it in a dreary, physiological bucket.
Water slides, interactive play area with tipping bucket and zero-depth pool.
Wickers goes in and picks up a bottle of window cleaner, half of which he pours into his bucket.
Because tipping bucket gages do not require maintenance visits to empty them, they are utilized in areas of high precipitation.
Equipment compensated based on bucket or body size must be rated per manufacturer's specifications for that size.
Never leave a bucket containing even a small amount of liquid unattended.
The bucket was positioned such that only the back was visible from the shop area.
When one bucket tips, the other bucket quickly moves into place to catch the rain.
He dug down, using the bucket as a spade, and upon raising the bucket found it filled with wet dirt containing nuggets of gold.

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