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Gabe describes the process of first inserting a hook into the eyesocket or nostril of the corpse and then stirring the brain around until it's pliable to be scooped out with a spoon.

Structure of a 3/1 twill The fewer interlacings in twills allow the yarns to move more freely, and thus they are
methods of RFC 3489 have proven too unreliable to cope with the plethora of different NAT implementations and application scenarios encountered in production networks.

Venues Germany in 2006 had a plethora of football stadia which satisfied FIFA 's minimum capacity of 40,000 for World Cup matches.

Reception Publishers Weekly said of the first novel, "This is clique lit with a mystery twist: the author has spun a plethora of possibilities sure to make readers reach for the next installment in this planned four-book series and beyond." The plethora of soul types may be even more complex.

The 1960s however saw a plethora of concrete moves by the federal government to consolidate and modernize the U.S. healthcare system.

Nick also faces off against a plethora of former PSI-Operatives, all of whom have defected with the general that formerly led the PSI-Ops project.

There were large tile manufactures, and a plethora of commercial and industrial interests including jewelers, furniture retailers, and lumber yards.

Form and function Used for a plethora of daily activities, such as the storage of food and beverages, ceramics were also a canvas of commemoration.

Visitors noticed the high level of security, including armed guards and a plethora of weapons.

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