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Incendiary devices were frequently used as projectiles during warfare, particularly during sieges and naval battles ; some substances were boiled or heated to inflict damage by scalding or burning.

With a very limited crew and working under extreme conditions, the shoot was hard, but made
photographer did capture at least two images of Crazy Horse's scaffold grave, located on a bluff overlooking Camp Sheridan.

^ According to Vasari, Michelangelo planned to work over the ceiling with ultramarine (lapis lazuli) and gold, but never got around to re-erecting the scaffold.

The following morning, Crazy Horse's body was turned over to his elderly parents who took it to Camp Sheridan, placing it on a scaffold there.

Lola found her and hit Alan Clooney on the head with a piece of scaffold.

Cazden (1983) defined a scaffold as "a temporary framework for construction in progress” (p.

Referring to the tower's scaffold -like cladding, Robert commented that his six-year-old son could climb the building and that he himself could do it using only one arm.

DNA-like molecules have specific molecular-scale recognition and can be used very effectively in molecular scaffold fabrication.

For instance, the Counts of Egmont and Horne, executed for treason on June 5, 1568, protested their catholic orthodoxy on the scaffold.

Additionally, some signaling proteins require multiple interactions for activation and scaffold tethering may be able to convert these interactions into one interaction that results in multiple modifications.

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