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His head had been bashed repeatedly and his diaper, soiled and held together with duct tape, had caused an infection.
Alex King and D’Angelo McDade Alex King and D’Angelo McDade, both students from North Lawndale College Prep in Chicago and members of the student non-violence group the Peace Warriors, walked out on stage with duct tape over their mouths.
After the teacher taped the students' mouths' After the teacher taped the students' mouths, three other students put duct tape over their own mouths, the newspaper reported.
Workers put duct tape over the hole and were sweeping up glass as the investigation was ongoing.
Nearly a month later, in July 2015, a 23-year-old woman rode Verruckt in the front seat of a raft that had been repaired with duct tape.
The players placed a pillowcase over his head and bound his arms with duct tape before driving him in a pickup to a nearby baseball field and leaving him there partially clothed, authorities said.
When devoid of a new toy, Turner would make life-sized robots and spaceships out of household items like cardboard boxes, old soda cans and bottles and duct tape.
The young scientists used cups and boxes for containers, padded them with feathers and bubble wrap and held the contraptions together with duct tape.
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Definition of duct tape for English Language Learners
: a wide, sticky, and usually silver tape that is made of cloth and that is used especially to repair things
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