Roll the sausage ball in the flour mix, followed by the egg mix and then the pinhead
Application of 0.25 g NPK fertilizer/1000 g medium (treatment P5) showed the fastest first time pinhead
budding, but not different from the application of SP-36 fertilizer 0.75 g/1000 g medium (P3), application of NPK 0.50 g/1000 g medium (P6) and the application of NPK 0.75 g/1000 g medium (P7) (Table 1).
People doing the real work simply call them pinheads
Cartoonist Bill Griffith's latest book includes a fold-out "Dingburg Main Street" cover and, in the back, a fold-out aerial view map of Dingburg -- known as "The City Inhabited Entirely by Pinheads
," located "17 miles west of Baltimore."
That is equivalent to the size of a pinhead
compared to the area of a football pitch.
Here are two of the author's definitions for a Pinhead
and a Smart Operator: "A Pinhead
is a kid who drives his parents and teachers nuts by delaying, complaining about, or refusing to do homework.
Position seemed to be that since we hadn't been nuked or bacteria-bombed yet, we shoulda left Hussein alone and played "let's pretend he's nice." They held forth that WMDs were only a "pretext" for deposing Uncle Saddam.
The embryos are destroyed before they are 14 days old and never allowed to develop beyond the size of a pinhead
"John McCain is a pinhead
liberal senator who is trashing the U.S.
Some of his most gruesome creations include Pinhead
from Hellraiser and a demonic Regan from The Exorcist.
Frederick Treves Rupert Graves Cart Gomm/ Belgian Policeman Edmond Genest Ross/Bishop Walsham How Jack Gilpin John Merrick Billy Crudup London Policeman Nick Toren Pinhead
Manager/London Policeman/ Will/Lord John James Riordan Pinhead/Mrs.
(One of their best-known songs, "Pinhead
," openly borrows a line--"We accept you, we accept you, one of us, one of us"--from Tod Browning's 1932 film Freaks.) The band's example inspired thousands of imitators who took off in their own idiosyncratic, highly personal directions.
Smaller than a pinhead
and with a taste for blood, it can make your life a misery."
And the American Institute of Physics in College Park, Maryland claims to have solved another old scholastic puzzle: "Estimated number of angels that can dance on the head of a pin: [10.sup.64]." They even established the "estimated number that can dance in a row across a pinhead
's diameter, `Rockettes-style': [10.sup.32]." (Harper's, January 2000).
The varroa is an external parasite, about the size of a pinhead
. It attacks bees at their pupae, larvae and adult stages, causing deformities and injuries, essentially killing all colonies it infests.