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But Sam is undeterred, shows up at Jorah's cell with a bunch of specialty scalpels and a big bottle of rum, and gets to scraping.
In the Smithsonian’s museum of Asian arts, conservation is a rarefied world of badger-hair brushes and irradiated silks, poultices and pastes, scalpels and solvents.
A doctor disguised as one who would save lives came to the New York hospital that had spurned him only to try to destroy them instead, replacing his stethoscope and scalpel with an automatic weapon, authorities say.
Three goats and a miniature horse also were removed from the property along with evidence including surgical scalpels and veterinary medical equipment, according to police.
Extending from the end of each is any number of switchable instruments: clamps, scalpels or scissors, as needed.
Dr. Albert Chi even called out for scotch tape as if asking for a scalpel.
Unless Trump and his commerce secretary, former steel mill owner Wilbur Ross, slice their decision with a sharp scalpel and carve out exceptions, any of these things could happen, according to steelmaking and steel-using executives.
FLOAT OF DAGGERS: Intimidating yet awesome, this is a unit covered entirely by knives, stilettos, scythes, scalpels, skewers, lancets, switchblades and shivs.
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