- n. Plural form of lid.
“Tecs and lids is just divide and rule, and we know how well that worked for us when we ruled half the world. on February 7, 2010 at 6: 41 pm Dungbeetle”
“He told me that regular cleaning of the eye lids is recommend and that I should not strain too much.”
“Her elders swept incendiaries from the rooftops with brooms and dustbin lids, while others refused to stand for God Save The Queen, and bitched that good old Neville was getting an unfair shake.”
“Carefully remove the jars and screw lids from the boiling water with tongs and set them on the towel.”
“And some dustbin lids to use as symbols for the mad percussive effects.”
“The troubled confusion of the first day of the uprising produced many conflicting accounts and several mistakes as newspapers scrambled to bring their readers reports on the uprising and pictures and eyewitness accounts of it. 13 A more accurate picture of who had done the shooting and who had been armed with stones for weapons and dustbin lids for protection would emerge only later, although the exact circumstances and chronology of events were almost immediately the subject of heated debates.”
“My eyes fluttered and the canopy of my lids was a cool green.”
“Near the inner surface of the lids is a row of twenty or thirty glands, known as the”
“If the mucous membrane lining of the lids is the seat of little red granular elevations, a drop of solution of 2 grains of nitrate of silver in an ounce of distilled water should be applied with the soft end of a clean feather to the inside of the lid twice a day.”
“In each bucket taped to the lids are the locations of the other buckets.”
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