When she comes spluttering down, out go your innards
You can do a non-edible version by using the pumpkin innards
for the sick.
They not only plant a solid plug in your chamber, but they protect your firearm's innards
from dust and debris too.
iPhone 6C, which could contain the iPhone 6's innards
, but be available with a
and colleagues tweaked a technique to see cells' innards
(SN Online: 10/8/14).
Eventually, Nilsen boiled the heads, hands and feet to remove the flesh, then chopped the innards
into small pieces and flushed them down the toilet - which eventually blocked the drains.
But, truly, there are more important issues to worry about surrounding food, like what the added salt and sugars are doing to our heart and our waistlines, what the preservatives are doing to our innards
and why, when there are people in this country relying on food banks to eat, we throw away vast quantities of the stuff every week.
The experiment takes place at the Science Museum in London, where a small pill camera offers a unique view of Michael's innards
as they go about their daily task of digesting his food intake.
For instance, Keeping Up the Pureness, 2004, from the "Kusozu" (Nine Aspects of Decomposition) series, 2004-11, shows a naked woman lying in a field of flowers with her belly cut open to display her organs and the inside of her womb, but wearing a beatific smile, while Insane Woman Under the Cherry Tree, 2005, depicts a figure in a traditional kimono vomiting out her innards
Indonesia: Indonesia suspended imports of boned meat and innards
from US beef Thursday but boneless meat remained unaffected, authorities said, after a new case of mad cow disease in California.
Soules works for the website iFixit, which specialises in revealing the innards
of Apple products and analysing them.
This design has much going for it, as it has the rifle's innards
taking up the unused space in the stock, pushing the whole action further back, much closer to the shooter's shoulder.