But D'Artagnan knew too well all the folds and refolds
of his Porthos, not to find a secret if there were one there; like those regular, minute old bachelors, who know how to find, with their eyes shut, each book on the shelves of their library and each piece of linen in their wardrobe.
it and lays it in his desk with a countenance as unperturbable as death.
you your a At the end of the meal, you should refold
it loosely and leave it on the table but if coffee is served, oh you philistine, it should have stayed in your lap
In a previous paper, Kudryashov and colleagues described how toxins' lack of structural rigidity is a secret to their success--they can unfold themselves to cross a host cell membrane and then refold
into their toxic structure on the other side, within the cell.
HSPs play a role in maintaining protein structure, helping to refold
proteins after insult.
If they are not used regularly you should remember to dust them off and refold
them every now and again.
The ability to unfold and refold
the structures could be useful in biomedical applications.
Next, trace over the line with tempera paint (any color but black), and carefully refold
the paper, producing a mirror image of the wing on the blank side of the paper.
A lot of seed remains viable for a long time, though, if you refold
the packet and don''''t let any moisture in.
Isobel Denham ATHEY'LL AWHY A lot of seed remains viable for a long time, though, if you refold
the packet and don''t let any moisture in.
STEP FOUR: Refold
your hands in the opposite, nonhabitual way (if right was over left, then place left over right, etc.
It became this event that I kept going back to again and again, almost trying to fold and unfold and refold
the situation to find another outcome or another possibility.