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After cutting to length, arrange the four legs side by side, with the uncut ends lining up.
Many people are heading out for vacations now, so we're lining up garden care.
It is covered by the lining of the ventricle, and crossed by some veins of considerable size.
Some of the cells lining the blood capillaries of the liver are concerned in the destruction of red blood corpuscles.
As the nerve enters the optic foramen its dural sheath becomes continuous with that lining the orbit and the optic foramen.
The tube is lined by entoderm from which the epithelial lining of the respiratory tract is developed.
The glandular substance is composed of numerous follicular pouches the lining of which frequently shows papillary elevations.
The mucous lining of the lacrimal sac and nasolacrimal duct is covered with columnar epithelium, which in places is ciliated.
In many places the endothelial lining of the blood sinuses is in direct contact with the medullary cells.
The valve is formed by a duplicature of the lining membrane of the atrium, containing a few muscular fibers.
Behind the epithelial lining of the foramen the choroid plexuses of the lateral ventricles are joined across the middle line.
These structures are separated from the blood flowing along the sinus by the lining membrane of the sinus.
Over the years his birthday gifts have sent him parasailing, on hot air balloons rides, and zip-lining through canyons.
There is a silver lining to this barbaric cloud hanging over the admission process.
Especially when a good portion of those tax dollars are lining the pockets of shareholders.
Every meeting on the weekends or in the evenings and every professional conference requires lining up a babysitter.
They would do this by running around the stage and lining up behind the loser they favored.
Captioning on the fly is an incredibly challenging task, but unintentional humor is the silver lining.
The source was a temporary type of tissue called medullary bone lining the inside of their leg bone cavities.
Then he lays the collecting tray carefully over the top, lining up the holes.
These little brewers are so tasty that big ones are lining up to swallow them.
Every big bank is lining up for large capital injections and there have been many other share issues as well.
No doubt, vanloads of riot police lining the roads give would-be protesters pause for thought.
Some firms have even found a silver lining in the ash cloud.
The industry argues that this carries little risk of pleural mesothelioma, a cancer of the lungs' protective lining.
The researchers also knew that the cells in this lining send chemical signals to one another and to the stem cells they touch.
The researchers also knew that the cells in this lining send chemical signals to one another and to those stem cells they touch.
The inner lining of the uterus is called the endometrium.
Gastritis occurs when the lining of the stomach becomes inflamed or swollen.
Secondary peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, the tissue lining the abdominal cavity.
Once the egg has left the ovary it can be fertilized and implant itself in the lining of the uterus.
There, estrogen stimulates the cells in the uterine lining to reproduce, therefore thickening the walls.
They change the lining of the uterus and eventually cause it to atrophy.
Various techniques or devices have been developed to remove the mucus lining of the esophagus.
The lining of the stomach has a thin layer of mucus that protects it from these fluids.
Never too hot or too cold, the sheepskin lining cushions and wicks away moisture.
But it turns out that the radioactive cloud may have a silver lining.
It's also the way they are positioned on the lining of the wire.
The elasticized waistband and wrists keep the cold out, and the soft poly lining wicks away moisture.
Bright red canvas lining peeks out of the opening and features three inner slip pockets to keep small things organized.
The shearling lining is warm, soft, and wicks away moisture.
When the streets do call, simply snap the powder skirt to the lining to keep the jacket's on-hill tech in check.
At the bottom of the sea, they see turtles lining the bottom, they take one turtle up with them.
White specks floating in the stool are bits of lining from the small intestine.
Then, as if he were lining up a row of mug shots, he called up a series of photographs from a multispectral-imaging camera.
He reclined in his chair, his knees apart, unaware that one of his testicles was inching out of the inner lining of his shorts.
We duly reach the pit of this descent: a single file of females, linking hands and lining up to be violated in perpetual night.
In my view, there's a real silver lining to being laid low with a cold.
They saved odd objects and then placed them in a hole in the ground after lining it with tinfoil.
As lunchtime approached, customers began streaming into the parking lot, lining up for bags of hamburgers.
The study makes a mistake by straight-lining the data.
The drug has to be delivered to the retina, a thin film lining the inner wall of the eye.
We also know that they can enter the lining of the lungs and get through to the blood and enter other organs.
The ultraviolet light strikes the cell's phosphor lining, stimulating it to glow brightly in its characteristic color.
But getting these molecules across the vessel lining has been a challenge.
Still, companies are lining up to meet the commercialization challenges.
But the first of these enzymes also protects the lining of the stomach.
Graduation time is almost here, and colleges are lining up famous folks to dispense words of wisdom to students.
Cut rectangles of non-slip shelf lining into these shapes.
The art of high lining is one that few can rarely master.
Certain hair cells lining the cochlear ducts alongside auditory neurons are tuned to respond to specific frequencies.
Sniffing is controlled in part by cranial nerves in the soft palate, the tissue lining the back of the roof of the mouth.
The response harms the intestinal lining and impairs the body's absorption of nutrients.
Her pot is right near our koi pond but the koi pond has a rubber lining and no mud.
The medical field is lining their pockets at their patients expense, addicting them to these drugs.
When the scientists got a glimpse inside, they found a plethora of filter-feeding organisms lining the cavities.
The lining of the colon is continually sloughing off and being replaced.
Recharge to the aquifer happens through cracks in the clay lining of the playa floor and at the edges of playa basin.
It starts with the delicate lining of the eyes, a structure called the retina.
Even with all of these improbable ducks lining up there's another crucial one that counts.
At extreme levels, it can also harm the lining of the stomach and central nervous system.
The secret seems to be the proximity of the drivers as well as sound-dampening padding lining the inside of the egg.
There are plenty of fans lining the race course, especially as the race cuts through cities and towns.
Your entire stomach lining is replaced every three days, your skin is replaced every four weeks and your muscles every six months.
Kudos to them for lining the garages on one side behind attractive office facades.
For variety, try lining the crust with colorful fresh berries.
The sun was directly overhead, and a breeze riffled through the sycamores lining the old factory road.
Likewise, the books lining your living room or office can tell others about your interests and background.
Yet, both of these results provide a silver lining for advertisers.
Some writers spend twenty minutes lining up a four-foot putt.
Despite the heat everything looked fresh, even the pink hollyhocks lining the dusty road.
And the brick lining makes beautiful bread, since it evens out the heat.
Maybe none of the billionaires lining up to buy a newspaper know what they would be getting into.
There are calls to return, the phone rings nonstop, and her staff is lining up with questions.
Books were everywhere-lining the walls, piled up in the living room and the bathrooms, even overflowing into the kitchen.
Daisy was so malnourished and her intestinal lining was so damaged that she had to be fed at first through a tube in her head.
Every time someone touched her abdomen, she winced, a reaction to the blood irritating her peritoneal lining.
The synovial lining secretes a fluid that oils the joint, keeping it moving smoothly.
But it takes about a week for the gastric lining to replenish itself.
The research focused on a type of cell called a synovial fibroblast, which helps to lubricate the lining of our joints.
Finally the organic compounds were deposited onto the clay minerals lining the mouth of a vent.
The lining of our lungs releases bacteria-killing compounds.
If this grisly tale of body-snatching and indentured servitude seems depressing, there is a silver lining.
Several other companies are now lining up to submit their own new reactor plans.
The waves had swept away restaurants and bars lining the beach, as well as homes and cars-and people-hundreds of yards inland.
Thus the drugs can prevent endocarditis, infection of the heart lining and valves.
In the second pit, also note the boulders lining the rim.
Each cell of the intestine's lining grows taller and wider and develops longer projections.
The waves had swept away restaurants and bars lining the beach, as well as homes and cars--and people--hundreds of yards inland.
Thin, stainless-steel fins lining the cylinder temporarily absorb heat, cooling air in the pocket as the piston moves.
These toxins can slip into the blood vessels lining the intestines and soon spread to other organs.
And it was worth every single chew, every heavenly swallow, and every single bloated fat cell lining my middle.
Lining materials must be selected so that compatibility is obtained.
Efficiency will be greatly improved by concrete lining.
It's the small silver lining to the twin scourges of high gas prices and economic turmoil: traffic congestion has eased.
Carefully scoop out avocados into a medium bowl, leaving some of the fruit still lining the shell.
Hormonal contraceptives may cause changes to the lining of the uterus.
Previously, researchers thought the lining served as a barrier to the virus.

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