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quick trick

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(Bridge) bridge a high card almost certain to win a trick, usually an ace or a king: the unit in one of the systems of hand valuation
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A friend taught me a quick trick to prevent kitchen burns from swelling or blistering.
A quick trick to be instantly likable is to ask someone you have just met to explain something to you.
Hobbs suggests a quick trick to create a modern topper: Wrap many white lights around the top of your tree -- way more than you have on the rest of it.
3BE MINDFUL SLOAN says: "A quick trick to promote calm is to find something blue in your surroundings, whether it be the pool, a calm sky view or ocean waves outside your window.
Here's a quick trick that will help solve the problem.
And a quick trick, for the labels (important to label date started, quantities, date complete) I just use paper glued onto the jar with milk, it comes off much easier than a sticky label.
If Minister Guarnieri wants to save money, here's another quick trick. Recall Air Canada passes from all federal MPs.
As well as Ministry Of Mayhem, he presents the wacky gameshow Globo Loco on Thursdays, on Tuesday he's showing off his magic on The Quick Trick Show and on Wednesday he teams up with Fearne Cotton for the arts and crafts series Finger Tips.
That quick trick started with Max Factor's Pan Stick but will gain a trendy new following once Maybelline's Express Finish stick debuts in May at $8.99.
3BE MINDFUL SLOAN says: "A quick trick to promote calm is to find something blue in your surroundings, whether be the pool, a calm sky view or ocean waves outside your window.