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SPECIAL BAG
ANIMAL BAG
BAG FULL
CAMERA BAG
DRAINAGE BAG
SAND BAG
DRAIN URINE
COLLECTION BAG
MIXED BAG
GINGER
BUNCH
SEAL
GIFTS
SPLEEN
TYING
STOWING
CARRYING
TEAPOT
PLACING
MUG
SHAKE
SURROUNDING WATER
BREATHING
PUTTING
COINS
CONTENTS
BALL
LEAF
BLACK TEA
SOMETHING
INTESTINE
LEAVES
LOOSE
INGREDIENTS
MIX
PETROLEUM JELLY
SKIN
RECTUM
URINE
THIEF KNOT
BOTTOM
BULK
HERBS
COLON
ABDOMEN
TEA LEAVES
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Definitions

  1. A bag is attached to collect the stool.
  2. A tea bag is a small bag or pouch that holds tea leaves to brew a single cup of tea.
  3. Each bag is designed to brew a full-bodied, flavorful pot of tea and allows you a clear view of the premium full-leaf tea you are enjoying.
  4. Footbag is a small bean bag or sand bag used as a ball in a number of keepie uppie variations such as hacky sack.
  5. The bag was filled with pure air and inflated with a pair of bellows.

Special Bag

  1. Stool passes through this opening to a special bag.

Animal Bag

  1. Children can fill the bag with stuffed animals of all sizes and then use the Animal Bag as a soft seat.
  2. Animal Bag: Trio - Orange, The Boon Animal Bag is a fun and practical solution for rounding up your child's stuffed animals.
  3. Animal Bag doesn't scream at you (well, not often, anyway); their words speak volumes and sometimes, they get right inside your head, man.

Bag Full

  1. In the 1600s the word mail began to appear as a reference for a bag that contained letters: "bag full of letter" (1654).
  2. He gave Odysseus a bag full of the bad winds that would keep them from their home of Ithaca.
  3. Xiao Cha suffocated him with a bag full of dirt, and then wrapped his body with cloth and tied it with grass, burying it outside of Jiangling.

Camera Bag

  1. The A540 is a midsize camera that's too big for your jeans pocket, but it'll fit fine in a camera bag or in your jacket.
  2. To test the weight I packed each camera into as small a camera bag as possible and set out peddling across the Ranges to photograph the wind farm.

Drainage Bag

  1. Stool will go through the stoma into a drainage bag outside your body.
  2. A catheter that is left in place for a period of time may be attached to a drainage bag to collect the urine.
  3. There is any leakage from the tube or drainage bag.

Sand Bag

  1. A dressing is then placed on the groin and a sand bag or ice bag may be used on top of the dressing.

Drain Urine

  1. This may be done to drain urine from a blocked kidney or blocked ureter into a bag outside the body.

Collection Bag

  1. Stool will pass through the opening (called a stoma) and then into a collection bag.
  2. At the end of surgery, a special catheter is inserted through the opening of the penis to drain urine from the bladder into a collection bag.
  3. She was now attached to the Foley catheter and collection bag, but experienced no further pain or discomfort with the procedure.

Mixed Bag

  1. THE POLITICS OF TIME is a mixed bag that goes back to their earliest incarnation as the Reactionaries.
  2. IN CLOSING Winter Sports 2009 is a mixed bag, and unfortunately for Olympics fans, the mix is generally on the negative side.
  3. The music in Vexx is something of a mixed bag.

Ginger

  1. When I opened this bag, it smelled like a mild chai with much ginger.
  2. For longer-term storage, the ginger can be placed in a plastic bag and refrigerated or frozen.

Bunch

  1. He has a bunch of collaborations in his doggy bag.

Seal

  1. After sowing the seeds, mist the tray with water and cover with plastic wrap, a plastic bag, glass or plexiglass to seal in moisture.
  2. Last year with 12 Grand Slams in the bag, many said there were two tasks Federer needed to fulfil in order to seal his place as the greatest tennis player.
  3. Each Bigelow single serve tea bag is individually wrapped to seal in flavor.

Gifts

  1. From 11h30 the main PARADE of Aachen on so called ROSENMONTAG. Do not forget a bag if you want to collect sweets and gifts during the parade.

Spleen

  1. The bag with the spleen inside is pulled up into one of the small, but largest incisions on your abdomen.
  2. The abdomen is like a big bag which contains the intestines, liver, spleen, gall bladder and in the female, the reproductive organs.
  3. The spleen is broken up into small pieces (morcelated) within the special bag and completely removed.

Tying

  1. It might be used for tying the neck of a bag (provided you don't want to re-open it in a hurry, or without cutting the binding).
  2. Other use: tying a plastic bag.

Stowing

  1. Snape was on his feet again, and was stowing the O.W.L. paper in his bag.

Carrying

  1. The bag I'm carrying is a bunch of props.
  2. Ramps - portable ramps for wheelchairs and scooters roll up for easy carrying with storage bag.
  3. Some climbers use full body harnesses when there is a chance of inverting, or when carrying a heavy bag.

Teapot

  1. The whole leaf tea is simply placed in the disposable bag and the hot water is poured over it into the teapot.

Placing

  1. Try placing saved heirloom seeds in a damp napkin in a bag to check for viability.
  2. If you discover chewing gum stuck in your carpet, try placing a few ice cubes in a plastic bag.
  3. Hasten the ripening process by placing the papayas in a brown paper bag with a banana for a few days.

Mug

  1. Today the British mug of tea is often made by placing one tea bag in the mug and pouring boiling water on it till seven eighths of the mug is full.

Shake

  1. If you can handle the tea bag by its string you can shake it inside the cup of hot tea after a few minutes.

Surrounding Water

  1. Opening the cylinder's valve admits oxygen to the bag and charges it to a pressure equivalent to that of the surrounding water.

Breathing

  1. This casing needs venting to let surrounding water or air in and out to allow for volume changes as the breathing bag inflates and deflates.
  2. Its breathing bag should be toughened against stabbing and scratches, or safely inside a hard backpack box.
  3. Breathing from an air-filled bag brought under water was also tried, but it failed due to rebreathing of carbon dioxide and the buoyancy of the air bag.

Putting

  1. The model consists of putting some version of a quark model in a perturbative vacuum inside a volume of space called a bag.
  2. The Boon Animal Bag is a fun and practical solution for rounding up all those soft critters and putting them to work.
  3. Using tea bags gives you a lot of opportunities of changing its taste: If you have an espresso machine, try putting the tea bag in the espresso metal cup.

Coins

  1. A procedure in which coins are placed in a bag and shaken vigorously to knock off small pieces of metal.
  2. Bag marks Minor abrasions on an otherwise uncirculated coin, caused by contact between coins in a mint bag.
  3. The word follis means bag and there is evidence that this term was used in antiquity for a sealed bag containing a specific amount of coins.

Contents

  1. The contents of the bag looked more like potpourri than tea.
  2. If only bagged spinach is available where you shop, check whether the contents seem resilient when you squeeze the bag.
  3. HDPE Raschel Bag s Raschel Bag s and Fabric Raschel bag s have a soft feel and are less abrasive to contents.

Ball

  1. Ball bag, a bag for keeping or carrying balls.
  2. Ball bag, a colloquial name for the scrotum.
  3. A ball bag is a soft ball-shaped device that encloses the penis and testicles.

Leaf

  1. Using comparable amounts and brewing times, a tea bag filled with cut leaf or "dust" will release nearly twice as much caffeine per cup as full-leaf tea.
  2. Usually, the leaf of loose tea are bigger in size as tea bag, or even a whole piece of leaf.

Black Tea

  1. Black tea stored in a bag inside a sealed opaque canister may keep for two years.
  2. You will need 1 tea bag of black tea per cup of masala chai you want to make.

Something

  1. Austin came out and said that he was looking for something in his bag in the back when he found a can of whoop a** with Hulk Hogan's name on it.
  2. If water is heated in this manner, something should be placed in the cup to diffuse the energy such as: a wooden stir stick, tea bag, etc.
  3. The superheated liquid will bubble up out of the cup when it is moved or when something like a spoon or tea bag is put into it.

Intestine

  1. The contents of the intestine, unformed stool, are expelled through this opening into a bag called an appliance.
  2. The end of the intestine is attached to an opening in the surface of the abdomen and body waste is collected in a disposable bag outside of the body.
  3. The lower section allows mucus that is produced by the intestine to pass into a collection bag.

Leaves

  1. That leaves most of the flavour and antioxidants in your tea bag or pot.
  2. The lens is placed in the sulcus, which leaves a significant space between the two lenses, particularly if the lens in the capsular bag is vaulted backwards.

Loose

  1. Baggy (a.) Resembling a bag; loose or puffed out, or pendent, like a bag; flabby; as, baggy trousers; baggy cheeks.
  2. Flavoured teas from Sri Lanka in loose and bag form.
  3. Do not boil the tea bag or the infusion together or you will loose the medicinal properties of the herb.

Ingredients

  1. Once that is done, combine all the ingredients in a bag and shake thoroughly.
  2. Furious, Harry threw his ingredients and his bag into his cauldron and dragged it up to the front of the dungeon to the empty table.

Mix

  1. Add the seed to the bag and shake to mix.
  2. Can be blended with mix with milk, then become Hongkong style ginger milk tea Remarks: You'll receive 2 bags (the net weight of each bag is 12.6 oz (360g).
  3. Empty into the soup a bag of cheese flavour Wotsits and use a spoon to mix them into the soup.

Petroleum Jelly

  1. Do not use petroleum jelly to lubricate the tip of the enema bag.

Skin

  1. The scrotum is the bag of skin that holds and helps protect the testicles.
  2. In some male mammals, the scrotum is an external bag of skin and muscle containing the testicles.
  3. Wine skin, a bottle or bag of skin, used, in various countries, for carrying wine.

Rectum

  1. The enema bag should be suspended no more than 18-24 inches above the level of the rectum.
  2. The stoma replaces the function of the rectum, and may be connected to a drainage bag.
  3. Then insert the nozzle into your rectum, release clamp and squeeze the bag.

Urine

  1. Urine empties through the stoma into a bag outside the body.
  2. The urine passes from the ureters through the conduit and out the opening (urostomy) into a plastic bag that is attached to your skin.
  3. Empty the urine from the bag into the container provided by your doctor.

Thief Knot

  1. The Thief Knot is useful when you tie a bag of possessions closed, but suspect someone might go into it.
  2. It is said that sailors would secure their belongings in a ditty bag using the thief knot, often with the ends hidden.

Bottom

  1. The gas settled to the bottom of the bag and then remixed with the water when the crew members tried to drink.
  2. This continued for several minutes while the contents of the enema bag emptied into her bottom.
  3. I've imagined making an enema bag from a two gallon plastic bucket with a small plastic hose barb glued into a hole drilled in the bottom or lower edge.

Bulk

  1. The bulk of the red blood cells remain in bag 10.
  2. Expolanka Teas (Pvt) Ltd - Ceylon tea in bulk, loose-leaf, and tea bag forms.

Herbs

  1. If you have ever poured hot water over a tea bag, you have made an infusion; an infusion is simply herbs steeped in hot water.
  2. As I will it, so mote it be." Place all herbs, copper star, tarot card, and drips from the candle into a white cloth and gather it into a bag.
  3. Strain the herb mixture into your mixing bowl, squeezing all the good juice out of the herbs and tea bag.

Colon

  1. When the colon is bypassed by a colostomy, loose or liquid stool (feces) will collect in the drainage bag.
  2. However, removal of the colon used to mean that patients would have to have a permanent stoma (wearing an external bag to drain stool).

Abdomen

  1. You can watch the bag slowly deflate, and you can also watch the abdomen expand as the water enters the colon.
  2. A surgical procedure by which an opening is created between the colon and the outside of the abdomen to allow stool to be emptied into a collection bag.
  3. A colostomy is an opening made on the abdomen where a plastic bag is connected to collect stool after food is digested.

Tea Leaves

  1. The bag contains the tea leaves while the tea is brewed, making it easier to dispose of the leaves, and performing the same function as a tea infuser.
  2. The Pyramid shaped bag was specifically designed to help the tea leaves move more freely, as loose tea moves in a teapot, and create a better infusion.
  3. Tea bags: Tea leaves are packed into a small (usually paper) tea bag.

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