- n. Plural form of flake.
“Dust mites thrive when there is enough to eat (human skin flakes), and the air is moist and warm.”
“The snow fell gently through the pulseless air, not in flakes, but in tiny frost crystals of delicate design.”
“So they would put the graphene flakes from the Scotch Tape on top of this silicon oxide substrate, and if you look under an optical microscope, it turns out that the light waves have an interference effect between the graphene and the thickness of the silicon oxide, and that interference effect shows allows you to see a single layer in an optical microscope.”
“The first image is of stone points, scrapers, and flakes from the making of points and scrapers.”
“Dust mites eat human skin flakes; their droppings contain allergens that trigger allergic reactions in humans.”
“A little of that barf-dry stuff the school janitor uses sprinkled on the soles of your shoes ought to make the teeny tiny brain flakes easy to sweep away.”
“People can be allergic to dander (skin flakes, mite dust, etc.), saliva, urine, or other glandular substances.”
“Not to be gross, but I've had to clean numerous macbooks and laptops: hair (is that a PUBE? eeewwww), finger nails (or is that a toe nail???), food stuff and skin flakes!”
“I will just like to confirm that dried unsweetened coconut flakes is actually desiccated coconut?”
“A spokesman for the company, Mark Petrarca, says its emissions reports are accurate but that its manganese is trapped in flakes that usually fall to the shop floor and are moved off the site.”
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