chalk dust


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Noun1.chalk dust - dust resulting from writing with a piece of chalk; "chalk dust covered the teacher's hands"
dust - fine powdery material such as dry earth or pollen that can be blown about in the air; "the furniture was covered with dust"
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His outcries were sent up by Roger Kitter, aka The Brat, whose song Chalk Dust - The Umpire Strikes Back was a surprise hit.
But he was more notorious for ranting at officials - and became such a 1980s cultural icon that a singer called Super Brat appeared on Top of the Pops singing his homage Chalk Dust in 1982.
For General Michael Hayden, playing to the edge means playing so close to the line that you get chalk dust on your cleats.
Once the chalk application is complete, if the white lines have become messy with chalk dust, students can carefully apply another coat of white paint.
He reached the 45th floor around noon, scaling the tower's window ledges equipped only with a camera strapped around his head, two fannypacks, one with a bottle of water and another with chalk dust to keep his hands dry.
Classroom pets and chalk dust in schools (although chalkboards are largely a thing of the past) are other autumn allergens.
The heart-warming, positive message comes across in a playful riot of dance, performance, giggles and chalk dust packed with interaction with the children in the audience getting involved sitting among the set and the performers and playing an integral role.
They were, we were told, supposed to address the danger that chalk dust posed to computers.
Asi mismo, el uso de la literatura clasica (los personajes de La metamorfosis de Ovidio o los sonetos de Garcilaso de La Vega), se reiteran en la III parte Chalk Dust en los poemas 'Dafne to Apollo "y "Apollo to Dafne".
The chalk dust forming lather on washing with water is a unique experience that engages children and educates them on the importance of cleaning with cleansers.