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BRITISH CUISINE
REMOVING STAPLES
SURGICAL STAPLES
MAVIS STAPLES
STAPLES CENTER
WORKS
COMPLETE
RECORDS
ACTION
SERIES
STOMACH
STRINGS
SKIN
FABRIC
CUSTOMERS
GENRE
CANADA
AMERICA
THOUSANDS
SONGS
SONG
SHOW
RADIO
FRESH
SURGEON
ABDOMEN
POUCH
CLOSED
LEGUMES
ASPHALT SHINGLES
MUSIC
AMERICAN CUISINE
CHICKEN
GAME
FOODS
POTATOES
SHINGLES
SHEATHING
LIFE
HARDSHIP
POTATO
RICE
BOOKLETS
PLACE
PIANO
PIANO MUSIC
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Definitions

  1. Staples are the most common, but in high-wind areas and with synthetics, underlayment is often fastened with plastic caps.
  2. No staples are used in this procedure, which is relatively new in the US. Like other restrictive procedures, AGB may not achieve significant weight loss.
  3. If staples are used be sure the staples are parallel with the bottom edge of the shingle.
  4. Sean Staples is back on mandolin and electric guitar, while newcomers Rob Laurens plays bass and Dave Westner (Jabe) plays drums. (Web site)
  5. Galvanized staples are the preferred fastener for wood shakes or shingles.

British Cuisine

  1. Both are staples of British cuisine. (Web site)

Removing Staples

  1. A staple knocker is a tool resembling a screwdriver, used for removing staples and shredded material.

Surgical Staples

  1. The two cut ends of the intestine may then be reconnected with sutures or surgical staples; this reconnection is called an end-toend anastomosis.

Mavis Staples

  1. The soundtrack featured Prince on one side and other artists such as Tevin Campbell, Mavis Staples of the Staple Singers and Morris Day. (Web site)

Staples Center

  1. The 2010 NHL Entry Draft came to a close on Saturday afternoon at the Staples Center in Los Angeles with the Phoenix Coyotes selecting three more players. (Web site)

Works

  1. Many of his works have become staples of the modern concert repertoire. (Web site)

Complete

  1. Staples Center was a state-of-the-art arena, complete with luxury suites and all the modern amenities that fans and athletes wanted in a new facility.

Records

  1. His early records are considered staples of the so-called Manserock movement of the mid-'70s.

Action

  1. Direct action, being one of the main staples of anarcho-syndicalism, would extend into the political sphere according to its supporters.
  2. Mayfield worked with Mavis Staples on the 1977 soundtrack for the film A Piece of the Action. (Web site)

Series

  1. The two arenas in this series, Conseco Fieldhouse and Staples Center, were both first-year arenas.

Stomach

  1. In a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, the stomach is made smaller by creating a small pouch at the top of the stomach using surgical staples or a plastic band. (Web site)

Strings

  1. Our tea bags are English Pillow Style, with no strings, tags or staples attached.

Skin

  1. Whale meat, blubber, skin and muktuk continue as dietary staples.

Fabric

  1. Because of the high demand for the fabric, silk was one of the staples of international trade prior to industrialization. (Web site)

Customers

  1. Eliyon counts many Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, AOL Time Warner, IBM and Staples, among its customers, as well as numerous smaller firms.
  2. STAPLES Business Depot is providing its customers with an easy way to recycle their used portable rechargeable batteries.

Genre

  1. In every genre in which he composed, Brahms produced works that have become staples of the repertory.

Canada

  1. Canada is no longer correcting for past mistakes, Staples says. (Web site)
  2. Staples Business Depot remains one of the most profitable office supply chains in Canada, taking a large share of the market from its rival, Grand & Toy.

America

  1. Staples graduated from Palestine High School, where he was an active member of the Future Farmers of America.

Thousands

  1. As it grows from the sheep's skin, wool naturally groups into staples which each contain many thousands of fibres. (Web site)
  2. STAPLES Business Depot and its partners are very pleased to be able to provide thousands of school supplies to thousands of children across Canada.

Songs

  1. Johnny Mercer's early songs became staples of the big band era and were regularly featured in the musicals of early Hollywood.

Song

  1. In addition, " Toys in the Attic " and "Big Ten Inch Record" (a song originally recorded by Bull Moose Jackson) became concert staples. (Web site)
  2. After arriving in the small town, he was introduced to the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section ("The Swampers") who had recorded this song with Mavis Staples. (Web site)

Show

  1. Two phrases, "Clahhsic!" and "Epic!", both said in a tone mocking Jim Rome, became the staples of The Tony Kornheiser Show.

Radio

  1. He also wrote songs including " In Memory of Elizabeth Reed " and " Blue Sky " that became radio and concert staples. (Web site)
  2. Other major neo soul artists have included Angie Stone, Lucy Pearl, Floetry, Res, Truth Hurts, and Bilal, all of whom became staples of R&B radio.

Fresh

  1. Accompanying these staples are dairy products (yoghurt, whey), various nuts, native vegetables, and fresh and dried fruits. (Web site)

Surgeon

  1. Your surgeon will use staples to divide your stomach into a small upper section and a larger bottom section. (Web site)
  2. Both surgical methods proceed as follows: Your surgeon uses surgical staples to divide your stomach into two unequal portions.

Abdomen

  1. The surgeon will close the muscles and skin of the abdomen with stitches or staples.

Pouch

  1. For a vertical banded gastroplasty procedure, the pouch will be created with a line of staples.
  2. Next, the surgeon makes a pouch by stapling sections of the small intestine together with surgical staples.

Closed

  1. Muscle and tissues are closed with sutures, while the skin is closed with staples.

Legumes

  1. The staples of their diets are fruits, vegetables, legumes (beans and peas), grains, seeds, and nuts. (Web site)

Asphalt Shingles

  1. Q. My contractor wants to use staples instead of nails to install my asphalt shingles.

Music

  1. Throughout its history, the Yale Symphony Orchestra has performed new music as well as staples of orchestral repertoire.
  2. Later there's music from Shivaree, Pops Staples, and a classic from Bob Dylan.

American Cuisine

  1. Many of the dishes that have become staples of American cuisine originated with the arrival of people from various countries into the United States.

Chicken

  1. Staples derived from meat include chicken, pork, beef, and fish. (Web site)

Game

  1. Canadiens' fans who showed up in red at the Staples Center were happy to celebrate loudly throughout the game. (Web site)

Foods

  1. Foods such as coconut that was introduced to the islands by colonists, have become dietary staples.

Potatoes

  1. The foods that are considered to be staples of Belarus include pork, cabbages, potatoes and bread.

Shingles

  1. You should never see staples or nails in the joints or keyways between shakes or shingles.

Sheathing

  1. The impact resistant sheet material can be secured to the sheathing with a variety of different fasteners, such as staples, nails, and the like. (Web site)
  2. Building Paper: Apply horizontally with a 2-inch (50-mm) overlap and a 6-inch (150-mm) end lap; fasten to sheathing with galvanized staples or roofing nails. (Web site)

Life

  1. Cuts from this LP, such as "Angel Eyes" and "One for My Baby (and One More for the Road)," would remain staples of Sinatra's concerts throughout his life. (Web site)

Hardship

  1. Hardship and controversy were staples of Mac Dre's career. (Web site)

Potato

  1. As with other cuisines, Indian cuisine has absorbed the new-world vegetables such as tomato, chilli, and potato, as staples.

Rice

  1. Corn, tomatoes, squash and turkey were staples for native Mexicans, and Europeans added beef, chicken, pork, rice, cinnamon and cloves. (Web site)
  2. Their staples like rice, oats, beans, and pasta are very inexpensive. (Web site)
  3. Bulk carriers are cargo ships used to transport bulk cargo items such as ore or food staples (rice, grain, etc.) and similar cargo.

Booklets

  1. Booklets may be perfect bound or permanently fastened with staples or another method that creates a uniformly thick mailpiece.
  2. This usually refers to booklets held together by staples. (Web site)

Place

  1. Continue to tack the roofing felt in place with staples. (Web site)
  2. If necessary, apply sod staples to hold the sod in place.

Piano

  1. His piano, chamber music, and orchestral works have become staples in the repertoire.
  2. His piano, chamber music and orchestral works have become staples of the concert repertoire.

Piano Music

  1. His piano music, chamber music, and orchestral works have become staples in the repertoire.
  2. Much of his piano music, chamber music, vocal music and orchestral music have become staples of the concert repertoire. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Medicine > Anatomy > Hand > Nails
  2. Stitches
  3. Nature > Matter > Materials > Fasteners
  4. Sutures
  5. Deck

Related Keywords

    * Deck * Nails * Roof Deck * Stitches * Sutures * Underlayment
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