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Noun1.bottlecap - a cap that seals a bottle
bottle - a glass or plastic vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped
cap - a top (as for a bottle)
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Pattern recognition algorithms integrated into the technology can offer finer motor control than an amputee could ever dream of, including a "pinch grasp" with the thumb and index finger to hold a pencil; a "three-finger grasp" to grab a bottlecap or piece of candy; a generic "power grasp" to shake hands or hold a bottle; a "tool grasp" that lags the index finger behind to grip a drill; and a" key grasp" to hold .
In late February, Stitzlein will spend two days creating a bottlecap mural, which will be on permanent display at the Appleton, with students from North Marion Middle School.
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He climbed aboard / An upside down bus / With bottlecap eyes / He soon realized / Nobody else but he survived," the pair sing in perfect harmony over lightly plucked guitar on Robot Boy,.
Tie-breaker V-rings of the targets are the size of bottlecap for "100 yards," dime for "200," 9mm diameter for "300" and pencil eraser for "400-yard" duplicator.
While a bottlecap attached to a twig may not be the most interesting weapon in videogame history, seeing what new stuff you can create really spurs the player on to see what lies around the corner.
I said, "There's a wet wipes container in the garbage in the back of my desk in the bedroom, and there's a butt squat down into a bottlecap down beside it.
Bottlecap and chain mail sculpture, Self Portrait, by Francesca Quagliata of 4th Street Design (4thstreet design.
They were coming in under a door sill and I put a bottlecap full on each side.
Any stone, shirt or scrap in Revell's field of vision can prompt a laconic generality of its own: In "My Trip," for example, "A silver fish head glistens beside a bottlecap.
For example, a vision system used to inspect the spacing of threads in a twist-off bottlecap on a manufacturing line might be programmed differently to make certain a bar code label is in the right place on a carton in a distribution center.