• plaster oneself with sunscreen
  • 日焼け止めを体全体に塗る
  • plaster over the cracks
  • ひび割れをふさぐ;(その場を)一時的に取り繕う
  • A room, believed to have been the queen's, has an elaborate plaster ceiling and overmantle, with heraldic decorations.
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  • A third fire in 1687 destroyed a large part of Holborn Court, and when the buildings were rebuilt after these fires they were constructed of brick to be more resistant to fire than the wood and plaster previously used in construction.
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  • After a final washing, the body would have been packed into a box containing plaster of Paris, to absorb any moisture, and then probably coated with tar, to preserve it.
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  • After the plaster models were created, the engravers of the Philadelphia Mint (including Scot) began creating hubs that would be used to make dies for the new coins.
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  • Again he took some clay and plastered it over the fibers, putting on more and more till I could plainly see the enlargement, working away with strange, silent intentness for fully fifteen minutes, while I watched and wondered, scarce believing my eyes.
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  • At that point the gunmen had to leave the room because of smoke and toxic fumes from their guns and plaster dust their bullets had released from the walls.
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  • During the course of 1802, the Society created four plaster casts of the inscriptions, which were given to the universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Edinburgh and to Trinity College Dublin.
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  • Embalmers used salts from the Wadi Natrun for mummification, which also provided the gypsum needed to make plaster.
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  • Geometric and stylized plant patterns were also used on stucco and plaster walls.
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  • He carried out a very thorough examination and made a photographic record of all visible monuments, carried out some minor excavations, made paper and plaster molds of the hieroglyphic inscriptions and surveyed the principal sculptures; these molds were then shipped to the Victoria and Albert Museum, with casts being transferred to the British Museum.
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  • He eventually produced his full-scale plaster model, 100 feet (30.5 m) in width peaking in the center, with an equestrian warrior and a robed model of Father Time with a height of 20 feet (6.1 m).
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  • He transferred to a private clinic in Bologna, where his injured leg remained in a plaster cast for six months.
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  • His drawings of the technology Dan Dare employed were meticulous, and were based on a large body of research and reference material, as well as space ship models, plaster heads, mocked-up space suits, and a complete model of a space station.
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  • However, in the 1920s, the plaster cupids were evidently damaged on a tour, and the transformation scene was abandoned completely.
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  • However, much of the skull consisted of plaster reconstruction, and the original 1937 paper did not illustrate the actual skull bones.
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  • However, there were no major and serious investigations of the walls done, so it is possible that medieval frescoes or mosaics were preserved under the newer coats of plaster.
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  • In addition to stone, ceramic ostraca, and papyrus, writing media also included wood, ivory, and plaster.
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  • In Brussels after opening the plaster he impregnated the bones with boiling gelatine mixed with oil of cloves as a preservative.
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  • In the first season of CSI, technicians made a plaster mold of the interior of a wound to determine the type of knife used to make the wound, which is not possible with current technology.
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  • In this case, although the exterior is in terracotta, the interior is of plastered brick.
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  • It has an elaborate plaster ceiling, and the overmantel above the fireplace bears the arms of Queen Elizabeth I.
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  • It retains its original marble fireplace and has an ornate plaster ceiling which is a Victorian copy of the original ceiling by the Carolean plasterer Edward Goudge.
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  • Its local high school reported 19 broken windows in the girls' gymnasium, along with cracked plaster walls.
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  • Later researchers suggested that the bone was pathologic, showing an injury to the living animal, and that part of the unusual form of the rear of the bone was due to plaster reconstruction.
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  • Major renovations were carried out from 1981 to 1983; these comprised repairs to the north aisle roof and the east tower, plastering and limewashing of the chancel, replacement of the old electrical and heating systems, and minor work on the organ.
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  • Making a plaster cast, called an endocast, of the inside of this cavity allowed Maleev to make preliminary observations about the shape of a Tarbosaurus brain.
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  • Mercanti noted that Weinman's original plaster was only 6 inches (150 mm) in diameter, and was softly modelled.
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