In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lima de esmeril feminine
- Then she produced an emery board from her pocket and started filing her nails.
- It looks like a little pink book of matches, but when you open it, there are twelve little emery boards that you can pull out, and they are in funky colors.
- Regular use of an emery board can help keep the nails short and smooth.
- The wart should be soaked in water and sanded with an emery board.
- Using a double-sided emery board, file nails using a gentle stroke.
- She set the emery board aside and tucked her thick hair behind her ears.
- A pumice stone or emery board was used to debride the lesions.
- And after you finish cutting them, smooth them out with an emery board.
- I hung up the phone, throwing my emery board in my bedside table drawer.
- Lightly rub over the stain with an emery board to get rid of the spot.
- Slightly buff your fingernails with an emery board to ‘roughen’ them up.
- Then use an emery board for smoothing any rough edges.
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