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He was like a sponge.
He put down the sponge slowly.
The wooden floor felt like sponge.
Saturate a sponge and squeeze out the.
Another sponge whapped again his chest.
Apply and wipe off with a sponge or rag.
The Chief's fertile mind was like a sponge.

Lousy sponge baths! And another thing….
His arms seemed to absorb her like a sponge.
I’m one of the bookers for Sponge It!’.
I should have exuded tears like a wet sponge.
They did not hesitate to sponge on ordinary.
Immediately one of them ran and took a sponge.
Mrs Gold shook her head and dropped the sponge.
The first wet sponge slapped against his face.
Are you guys going to give me a sponge bath?
Annalise dropped the sponge and clasped her hands.
Go get hot water and a sponge, he whispered.
He tossed the towel and sponge back into his box.
Immediately Annalise's swift sponge stopped it up.
He grabbed the sponge and sponged out all of the.
They kept subjects clean through daily sponge baths.
If there was one thing that he hated it was a sponge.
I then used a sponge to give myself the same treatment.
We’d need something under it … sponge or something.
In reality he could have been chewing on a warm sponge.
When this happened, they took turns to sponge him cool.
Put a layer of sponge cake at the bottom of a glass dish.
Love embodies absorption like a sponge soaked up in water.
To bring fever down, sponge the body with cool water to.
Line mold with lady fingers or slices of stale sponge cake.
Use a sponge to apply the solution on the affected skin area.
He gave millions away but he was likely to sponge on a friend.
Zoe picked up the sponge and gently began to lather Eva’s back.
And one ran, and filling a sponge full of vinegar, put it on a.
And my sponge, damp and cool, is embedded in the crown of my hat.
She slowed or went faster depending on his strokes of the sponge.
Well its better than using tooth paste on a sponge, he said.
They played clips from Sponge It! repeatedly, speaking to experts.
The section, as seen on the map, resembles a cross-cut of a sponge.
They didn’t like to think of him sponging on the state while they had money.
Damn it, I can understand a fellow being hard up, but what I can't understand is a fellow sponging.
But, he was on his feet directly, and after sponging himself with a great show of dexterity began squaring again.
Now this subconscious realization is being reflected back to the sponging consumer masses; as the hero called: ‘Sponge-Bob’.
I don't know how much it was simply the call of the easy life, sponging on Sebastian, bathing in the Mediterranean, sitting about in cafés, having his shoes polished.
The hours of obligatory work would be so short and the work so light that he would have abundance of leisure to prepare his orations without sponging on his co-religionists.
For the eye of the thinker, all historic murderers are to be found there, in that hideous penumbra, on their knees, with a scrap of their winding-sheet for an apron, dismally sponging out their work.
But on several late afternoons as he moved his arm high on the blackboard, sponging away the arithmetic symbols, she found herself glancing over at him for seconds at a time before she returned to her papers.
She knew that Princess Varvara had passed her whole life toadying on her rich relations, but that she should now be sponging on Vronsky, a man who was nothing to her, mortified Dolly on account of her kinship with her husband.
Pains should generally be taken not to make an elaborate picture of an architectural sketch, and the processes preliminary to making a highly-finished water-color painting, such as laying a ground-color of neutral orange, and sponging it partly out, cutting out foreground lights with a knife, and so on, are best dispensed with.
He seemed to have no strength, and he never once hit me hard, and he was always knocked down; but he would be up again in a moment, sponging himself or drinking out of the water-bottle, with the greatest satisfaction in seconding himself according to form, and then came at me with an air and a show that made me believe he really was going to do for me at last.
She got up and sponged her.
He grabbed the sponge and sponged out all of the.
The blood, dirt, and sweat is sponged off the wounded corpse.
Scarlett sponged her face in silence but fear was gnawing at her.
He sponged the worst of the blood off, then picked up their bag and hurried.
Syd grabbed a towel and sponged Jeff’s face and wiped the blood off his torso.
I sponged the wound, cleaned it, dressed it, and finally covered it over with cotton wadding and carbolised bandages.
He sponged out lines and remade them; but he only distorted them more than ever, and the tittering was more pronounced.
Tom stripped Will, and after he had sponged and dried him, he put some clean pyjamas on him and wrapped him in a blanket.
I sponged Julie down with the tepid water and when we were both wrinkled, Joe helped us out of the bath and we took her with us into bed.
He washed his hands and face in a leisurely fashion, cleaned and manicured his nails, pushed back the skin with the towel, and sponged his stout white body from head to foot.
As soon as the ashigaru had picked up the decapitated bodies of the two dead ninjas, the servants sponged up the blood splattering the floor and walls and washed them thoroughly.
The fat friar had smartened up his appearance: his face and hands were clean, the fringe of hair around his tonsure was combed, and he had sponged the worst of the stains off his robe.
When they were alone, Ceri bent over Galahad’s still form and gently sponged his face, I am a failure, she whispered softly, although she knew that he could not hear her, You’re dying and there is 52.
Are you willing to be sponged out, erased, cancelled,.
May eat sponges and tunicates as well.
In the wild, they frequently eat sponges.
This is, sponges have not evolved over millions of years.
There were starfish, yellow sponges and an octopus in a cave.
Diet / Fish Food : Eats sponges, algae and tunicates in the wild.
This urchin will graze on algae, sponges, tunicates and does a decent job.
I am not and do not recommend using the sponges that come with the reactor.
There sponges grew in every shape, globular, stalklike, leaflike, fingerlike.
Sponges are considered animals even though they lack many of the traits commonly.
I told Conseil that sponges are fished up in two ways, either by dragnet or by hand.
The secrets of the wealthy are sponges of gold; one must know how to subject them to pressure.
These waters witness the reproduction and growth of soft, delicate bath sponges whose prices.
They’ve soaped her with golden sponges, the kind husbands use on the family wagon on weekends.
Then all the kids surrounding him were throwing soaking wet sponges, laughing their heads off, as was the studio audience.
Although sponges reproduce sexually, combining genes of two parents, they also reproduce by budding and can regenerate missing parts.
The reef was beautifully decorated in a kaleidoscope of marine life, from clusters of colorful anemones to large sponges, coral, and starfish.
It is my hope that as my own kids grow they will enjoy life and all it will bring them, and they are sponges right now; learning all they can.
Until they absorb the horror and sickness around them like sponges and it becomes normal to them Until they normalize themselves to their environment.
In the bays of the carwash just before the subdivision entrance, two sponges whirl like dingy sheepdogs, their dreadlocks reaching out for a car that is not there.
Wanting to rub his stinging cheek but unable to, he watched the doctor turn and walk into another room—where, he knew, the man kept his sponges and sterilized water.
Today, there is a myriad of exfoliating sponges in the market, as well as a number of really good exfoliant gels that are especially formulated for the skin on the face.
They took buckets, sponges and cloths and meticulously cleaned the furniture and all signs of blood until no-one would ever have guessed at the events that had occurred earlier.
The class Spongiaria contains about 300 species that are encountered in a large number of seas and even in certain streams, where they've been given the name freshwater sponges.
This is not to say that you can’t fuck up a kid by being an asshole, because children are small sponges and will mimic all of your worst behaviors at the least opportune time.
The sponges are one of the most singular productions of nature; and, even to this time, naturalists are divided in opinion respecting their real rank in the scale of organized beings.
Nevertheless, one of the necessary things to note is that those people with skin affected by acne should not apply exfoliating gels or sponges, as these may aggravate the acne infection.
Although the former (we are thinking of neglect) is undoubtedly only too true the case he cites of nurses forgetting to count the sponges in the peritoneal cavity is too rare to be normative.
And their lifestyle also differs significantly from most animals in that young sponges are mobile in the larval stage, but soon attach to objects where they remain sedentary for the rest of their lives.
Whether it was the preparation of a new meal, or a more efficient method to perform an already familiar task, they were like sponges soaking up the attentions and instructions of their parents and Great-uncle.
How can a mindless blob that can’t move be beautiful? They learn by example, they absorb everything around them like sponges: sucking up whatever attitudes, beliefs, values, and practices they are exposed to.
A gelatinous, semifluid substance coated the fibrous tissue of these sponges, and from this tissue there escaped a steady trickle of water that, after carrying sustenance to each cell, was being expelled by a contracting movement.
Just like the transition in the dream, I found myself lying on a hard surface, but unlike in the dream, I knew that I rested on the table where Connie, sister to Ethan, kept her array of paints and brushes and sponges, in the Face It tent.
Aha, here lies perhaps our first answer: that from the early days of learning to walk and talk, in whichever order we managed these in, we have been told that our brains are giant sponges, designed to soak up information that we might learn things.
With reasonable accuracy, they lived up to their nicknames of basket sponges, chalice sponges, distaff sponges, elkhorn sponges, lion's paws, peacock's tails, and Neptune's gloves—designations bestowed on them by fishermen, more poetically inclined than scientists.
These creatures, to judge from the shrivelled remains that have fallen into human hands, were bipeds with flimsy, silicious skeletons (almost like those of the silicious sponges) and feeble musculature, standing about six feet high and having round, erect heads, and large eyes in flinty sockets.
Mesmerized by the new sensation, and by the stunning shapes and size and textures and configurations and colors of corals and sponges and urchins and cuttlefish and squid and bioluminescent jellyfish and unidentified floating and swimming and pulsating life all around him, he momentarily forgot about the boat.
Other zoophytes swarming near the sponges consisted chiefly of a very elegant species of jellyfish; mollusks were represented by varieties of squid that, according to Professor Orbigny, are unique to the Red Sea; and reptiles by virgata turtles belonging to the genus Chelonia , which furnished our table with a dainty but wholesome.
The scene-painter was gone, having spoilt only the floor of one room, ruined all the coachman's sponges, and made five of the under-servants idle and dissatisfied; and Sir Thomas was in hopes that another day or two would suffice to wipe away every outward memento of what had been, even to the destruction of every unbound copy of Lovers' Vows in the house, for he was burning all that met his eye.
The scene-painter was gone, having spoilt only the floor of one room, ruined all the coachman’s sponges, and made five of the under-servants idle and dissatisfied; and Sir Thomas was in hopes that another day or two would suffice to wipe away every outward memento of what had been, even to the destruction of every unbound copy of Lovers’ Vows in the house, for he was burning all that met his eye.
On the rocky, volcanic seafloor, there bloomed quite a collection of moving flora: sponges, sea cucumbers, jellyfish called sea gooseberries that were adorned with reddish tendrils and gave off a subtle phosphorescence, members of the genus Beroe that are commonly known by the name melon jellyfish and are bathed in the shimmer of the whole solar spectrum, free–swimming crinoids one meter wide that reddened the waters with their crimson hue, treelike basket stars of the greatest beauty, sea fans from the genus Pavonacea with long stems, numerous edible sea urchins of various species, plus green sea anemones with a grayish trunk and a brown disk lost beneath the olive–colored tresses of their tentacles.

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