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- She poured a dollop into her hands and raked her fingers through her hair, lathering the shampoo into a thick white foam.
- The molinillo was placed in the chocolate pot and agitated to form foam.
- As a coffee shop, they offer all the extras you hope for, including lattes served in pre-warmed mugs decorated with thick drifts of creamy foam.
- At the point where the waste water entered the brook, there is a thick layer of foam.
- It's boiling over, and I rush over to sort it out, simultaneous covering the hob controls in sauce and washing up liquid foam.
- There is so much foam and fizz you can't see the water for all that froth.
- She massaged her shampoo into her hair and scalp until it created a thick, rich foam.
- In his sleep he was home under a coconut tree on the Savannah or at Maracas Beach feeling bubbles of foam curling up between his toes.
- Without warning, a mass of foam boiled to the surface just off the port bow.
- The ragged line of white foam bubbled and surged before it's fading power was overtaken by the next wave.
- Behind him, Tekan was quietly watching the water hit the side of the ship, before breaking into a multitude of bubbles and foam.
- Waves cracked against the hull as the bow pushed through the icy foam, sending spray up across the deck.
- Boiling also agitates the water, increasing the amount of foam.
- The waves sank in a general rush of foam, and for a moment the liquid was still.
- I went back into the bathroom and found the tub filled with pink foam bubbles.
- We look at how we can extend the shelf life of beer and at improving foam - people equate freshness with a nice head of foam.
2(detergent, chemical)espuma femininecontraceptive/shaving foam — espuma espermicida/de afeitar
- He said the foam had the consistency of shaving foam, but much smaller, and is entirely harmless.
- But the cake, shaped like a Reese's cup with a liquid center and curry-touched foam, is pure yum.
- They make a decent café au lait that's served in a glass and topped with a thick, lip-sticking foam.
- They spread a thick layer of foam over the forecourt and the blazing vehicles and used water jets to cool gas cylinders in a nearby storage area.
- DF200 can be deployed as a foam or liquid spray, with foam application being preferable in most instances.
- Instead of old-fashioned, high-dose liquid, doctors inject foam directly in to the swollen vein.
- The liquid foam expands very slowly and thus reduces the chance of damaging the wall from over-expanding.
- Rio skidded out of the kitchen, face covered in strange, thick white foam.
- She coughed and sputtered at the thick foam, and suddenly remembered something else.
- Liquid foam is most often used in wall cavities or to seal air gaps in a home's envelope.
- ‘I like the idea of putting in some of that exploding shaving foam so that when they opened up the capsule they would just get sprayed with foam,’ he said.
- They spray foam on the fire, but even in this controlled situation, it's not easy to put out.
- As the couple left the church with huge smiles across their faces they were greeted with showers of confetti and children blew foam bubbles.
- Victims are sprayed with coloured foam and dragged off stage.
- Doctor Mighty rolled over, grabbed one of the KryptoLites, and popped it open in a spray of foam.
- You spray this foam on the handles of your current tools and then grip it as you would if using it in the garden.
- He expelled a spray of fine white foam which almost extinguished the great log fire in the corner of the snug.
- Speaking of which, please turn in all your unopened MRE's that have bubbles or are covered in foam.
- Spray foam still has a share, and structural metal has gone beyond the metal building image to cover all types of structures.
- For these, Baki lined an old grain bin on the property with insulating spray foam and installed a propane heater unit.
- A piece of dry foam rubber or foam plastic, rubbed over the garment, will usually take them off.
- Plastic, foam or rubber thongs are completely casual, but can be worn off the beach nonetheless.
- Once the rubber and mounting foam have been cut, the stamps are glued to a wooden mound and are ready to impress!
- It'd be a good idea to back the rubbers up with some foam.
- Hand-sand smaller or irregular areas with a rubber or foam sanding block.
- Imagine if you will, a tennis player's sweatband, slightly bigger and thicker, made of foam with a shiny cover.
- Fambeau's new SafeShot bow case has thick eggshell foam.
- Utilizing two inch thick foam, you'll need to stack two pieces in the cavity to make up the necessary four inches of total thickness.
- Thick foam, gel pads, and extra linen increase the distance between the patient and electrode and should not be used.
- Upon opening the tin, I found the walls of the tin neatly lined with thick foam, with an indentation for the mouse pad.
- Until the Columbia accident, the part was protected from ice buildup using thick sheets of foam.
- Thick foam padding protects the guns and the tough nylon exterior makes for easy transportation.
- Its molded plastic yoke, backed with thick foam padding, wraps around the shoulders and attaches to golf bags in one of two places.
- The tank will no longer have thick foam insulation on the spot where it tore off Columbia at liftoff.
- The pad is three inches thick, a third of which is closed-cell foam.
- On top was a quarter-inch thick yellow urethane foam pad.
- A very large piece of foam, the so-called PAL ramp foam, fell off the tank.
- Second, firm closed-cell foam inside the belt is better than squishy foam because it rebounds better over time.
- Opening the box, the first thing you will see is the card itself wrapped in a thick static protection bag and placed in shaped white foam.
- Kachel said cast members do wear special kneepads made of foam compressed to a quarter-inch inch thick so as not to show under their unitards.
1(sea/waves) hacer espumato foam at the mouth — echar espuma por la boca
- she was foaming at the mouth — estaba que rabiaba
- She saw the boats pulling away from the docks and the water foamed and bubbled beneath them.
- The tub is slick, and with lots of slippery bubbles foaming up from the jets, you'd best watch your step.
- Stir and set aside for 5 or 6 minutes, until mixture bubbles and foams.
- A life that bubbled and foamed with excitement and humor.
- He had never seen anything like it, this barrier of blue and white that boiled and roared and foamed before him, like a thing alive.
- It has the insignia of Prydyn, the sea foaming around the sword, along with a heart.
- It fizzed; it foamed; it had all the trappings of a real experiment.
- An elderly man rolled up his trousers and paddled in the sea, chuckling as the water foamed and tickled at his ankles.
- The mean person foams in the mouth, lolls around for 5 seconds, and passes out.
- Add the olive oil to the pan and, when you can feel a good heat rising, slip in the butter and swirl it in the pan as it foams and melts.
- Squirt a little bit of washing up liquid into the cup, fill again with hot water so that the detergent foams.
- You spray it in a big gap, and it sort of foams up dramatically in order to fill said aperture.
- I wasn't thrashing and foaming and squawking like the others.
- And now the Thames, like the Tiber, is foaming with much blood.
- The white-flecked ones, foaming as they crest, are the angrier-looking.
- He's on his way out, and, rabid dog that he is, it's no great surprise he's going out foaming all the way.
- Kneer said he looked out of his window Friday morning to see suds foaming over the bank.
- He foamed and fulminated, raging against Temby and his excesses.
- Rain foamed on the hotel's harbour side lawn and produced a bank of hanging mist opaque as hill fog.
- However, as the water hit them, they emitted a terrible high-pitched screech and began to bubble, foam, and disintegrate on the spot.
- she was foaming at the mouth — estaba que rabiaba
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