corn plaster


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corn plaster

ncallifugo (cerotto)
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While the Art World Corner offers many art workshops, including the 'Coloured Sponge Magic' workshop, through which participating children are able to plaster the desired coloured sponge by wetting it with water without the need for any type of corn plaster.
But in the big scheme of things it's a bit like putting a corn plaster on the slashed and spurting jugular vein of our dying NHS.
I remember when the most exciting thing you could buy at Boots was a corn plaster.
I looked proudly at the primitive strokes on the card, before apologising profusely: "Forgive me, I don't know how that corn plaster got on there.
Another who will surely be in need of a corn plaster or two is heavily pregnant French minister Rachida Dati, photographed this week striding into a meeting in a pair of platforms.
In my book, if there isn't a corn plaster floating in the bottle, it's fine.
Sticking a corn plaster over the nodule so that the weight is taken off it treats them.
THE Queen covers her hair at a mosque yesterday - even though her elegant look was spoiled by a corn plaster on her stockinged feet.
A pumice stone or corn plaster may help but often a chiropodist will have to trim skin with a scalpel.
A corn plaster will help to protect and cushion the area.