Rose grape varieties and styles vary enormously - from sickly sweet Californian alcopops to the bone dry
more 'serious' roses of Mediterranean France and elsewhere.
Once it's bone dry
we can cover them then if there's any further rain.
The left shoe, which is coated in NeverWet, emerges muck free and bone dry
from the muddy puddle, while the untreated shoe on the right is clearly stained.
Alpines used to bone dry
winters don't care much for our changeable weather.
Standberg Engineering Laboratories has developed a new portable moisture meter that works on textile fabric, nonwovens, carpet, yarn and raw stock including seed cotton and ginned lint, over the full spectrum, from bone dry
to soaking wet.
A lean, deep red wine, that is a bone dry
mouthful for those who prefer their tipple to supplement their food flavours as opposed to dominating them.
Last season he was drenched upon entering the locker room at Stanford after the Bruins clinched the title outright, but this time he met the media bone dry
Darla Huie, owner of Dizzy's Grill of Benton, is on a mission to get a private club license, the first-ever for a restaurant in a city that is currently bone dry
to anyone who isn't a member of the Trace Creek Country Club or the Moose or VFW lodges.
This should have been done when the soil was bone dry
during the drought, not dripping wet as it is now.
The moisture measurement range is from bone dry
to 75% percent moisture, providing application opportunities for the wet end, size press, coaters and tissue machines.
Allen's dialogue with art history is materialized via subtly "off" color combinations, vaguely skewed compositions, barely uneven surfaces slick and pocked, thin and layered, lacquered and bone dry
I'm really looking forward to the upcoming events in South Africa and Australia because they'll be played on bone dry
courses with a bit of run, which suits accurate, feel players like myself.