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This makes a person a bit like a paintbrush whose head and whose handle will both be replaced at different times.
The handle is also revolutionary, and is said to operate like a paintbrush.
When the vines begin to bud, scrawny flowers are ruthlessly removed, and champion farmers hand-pollinate the flowers, using a tiny paintbrush to move pollen between the blooms, like overgrown humanoid bees.
While the dark paint is still wet, sprinkle with ground cinnamon and dab with a paintbrush.
Back in the European-themed hallway, Moran dipped a paintbrush in a can of discolored water and then made a palette of new colors for a mural of a young girl riding a bicycle.
If optix is a paintbrush, then other genes act as the painter’s hands, determining where the brush will go, and yet other genes act as the paints, determining which colors the brush eventually lays down.
In 1965, the visual artist Doris Cross took a paintbrush to a 1913 Webster’s Dictionary and published her kaleidoscopic result.
Scores of people cram into narrow blocks, following the rhythm of the music, and out of nowhere comes a paintbrush or a squirt bottle to streak your clothes black, red, green and yellow.
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