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If the handle on that gizmo is too short for your needs, tape the sponge handle to a wooden kitchen spoon with some duct tape.
That doesn’t include the duct tape, paint pads and rollers and any other requisite doodad needed to produce a banner longer than the Lost Decade.
Six are frayed and wrapped in duct tape—their thin, rubberized, and attractive-till-it-breaks covering doesn’t seem designed for the heavy use these cables obviously get.
That’s when Nordlum put duct tape on the hotel room doors of the students to keep them from sneaking out and encouraged the girls to share traumatic events in their lives, the report said.
Her wrists and ankles were bound, court records show, and her face was wrapped in duct tape.
Authorities say a freshman teammate was pulled from his dorm room in March 2016, had his arms and legs wrapped in duct tape and was driven to a baseball field and dumped there.
An elementary school substitute teacher in Texas was removed from the classroom after placing duct tape over the mouths of at least 10 students, according to a statement released Thursday by school officials and obtained by CBS News.
Rodney arrived in the desert as a 5-11, 230-pound stop-gap — a gregarious, muscular strip of duct tape holding things together as the Diamondbacks sorted out all of their arms.
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