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  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
  • (clean) free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"
  • A short, smoothbore gun for firing shells (technically called bombs) at high angles
  • a muzzle-loading high-angle gun with a short barrel that fires shells at high elevations for a short range
  • A cup-shaped receptacle made of hard material, in which ingredients are crushed or ground, used esp. in cooking or pharmacy
  • used as a bond in masonry or for covering a wall
  • A similar device used for firing a lifeline or firework
  • plaster with mortar; "mortar the wall"
  • Block or enclose with a wall of bricks
  • (brick) a good fellow; helpful and trustworthy
  • (brick) rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln; used as a building or paving material
  • BRICKS (Building Resources for Integrated Cultural Knowledge Services) is an open-source software framework for the management of distributed digital assets.
cleaning mortar off bricks - BIA Cordon
BIA Cordon Bleu 8-Ounce Mortar and Pestle Set, White
BIA Cordon Bleu 8-Ounce Mortar and Pestle Set, White
The simplest and best way to crush and grind herbs and spices. The ceramic is ttotally sealed so that it will not absorbs flavours or stain, and has a textured surface on the interior of the mortar and the base of the pestle for better crushing and grinding. The mortar has a pouring lip and a contoured bowl and base for ease of handling. Vitrified and non-porous, it will not crack, discolour or take on unwanted flavours.

A mortar and pestle crush and grind herbs, nuts, and spices in a very satisfying, down-to-earth way. Both pieces are made of heavy, durable porcelain that is vitrified and nonporous so as not to absorb odors, stain, or crack. The smooth white glaze covers all but the lower interior of the bowl and the lower third of the pestle, where a textured surface takes over and aids in the grinding process. Contoured for a sure grip, the bowl holds approximately one cup, measures 4-1/2 inches in diameter, and features a pouring lip. The mortar and pestle are dishwasher-safe, and the mortar may be used in the microwave, oven, and freezer if necessary. --Ann Bieri

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Mr Lantern (Pack Rp. Open to all)
Mr Lantern (Pack Rp. Open to all)
( Fucking HUD! ) [14:44] Mr Lantern A cacophony of cackles erupts from behind the huge chunks of concrete blocks from no where. [14:46] Fluffy Snoodle wobbles her way up the ledge just to get a bit of fresh air. Though as soon as she'd make it up the hill and the poor fox was already out of breathe she'd hear the cackle and groan to herself, "Oh fuck my life." Another person she had to deal with. [14:47] Mr Lantern Freezes where he was, simply standing there - the tattered rags of his clothing highlighted by specks of light as they cut across the ruins, a light wind blowing them up and through the gap where one block of concrete met another. [14:49] Fluffy Snoodle wobbles slowly over to the concrete and does her best to climb over it somewhat to look, though she failed miserably at that for now, "Whoever you are, you better leave before the guards shoot you." She cried out with a hint of anger behind her words. Not in the mood to deal with troublemakers. [14:50] Mr Lantern Remains frozen where he is - not a step or sound made he, not a squeak or groan would leave he- standing stoically amidst ruins, brick and mortar - his head adorned with a crown of rotten distended pulped pumpkin. And no screams, laughs or jibes did he make again, simply standing there - blowing in the wind. [14:52] Fluffy Snoodle finally makes her way to hang onto the wall, looking over and as soon as she caught wind of the stench coming from the man down below she'd recoil slightly, though not falling. "Stop with your tricks, we all know halloween is coming around soon. And I already warned you, get away from our home or the guards -will- shoot you." Though she was acting calm, the sight of the man sent a series of chills down her spine. [14:55] Mr Lantern Stood and stayed he - frozen both in terror and in insecurity, thinking no-movement meant invisibility. Again the wind caught his clothing in an upsurge of wind - the torn, frayed material swaying along with him as if he were made of nothing more than straw. The tumescent pumpkin perched upon his shoulders seemingly throbbed as a flicker of candlelight licked out from between row after row of jagged fleshy teeth. [14:56] Fluffy Snoodle sighs and crawls over the wall just figuring it to be a halloween prank, she'd just toss it into the ocean, or leave it in Lilys locker as a prank. "Alright stinky, we're gunna just have to get rid of you then." Fluffy mumbled out, though she nearly fell ontop of him as she fell over the other side of the wall. Damn these legs! [14:59] Mr Lantern 'watches' her through wicked eyes as at last she crawls over from the relative safety of the Pack. Still he stood, the sun flickering through the darkened clouds to give some semblences of light on his shadowed form. Yes, of course, the stench grew as closer she would move - his odour offensive to the scent glands, not merely a distraction - and of course hispumpkin head had blobs of flesh falling from it - orange flesh tinted green with decay and the fuzz of mould. [15:02] Fluffy Snoodle's hand runs down the side of his head on accident and cringes at the rotting 'flesh' left on her fingers and falling from different areas. And this is when Fluff starts to freak out, feeling as if she was being watched too. "Erm..." She'd have her nose plugged with her clean hand as she stared to the weird thing infront of her. Just staring out of confusion, curiosity, and fear. The stench not helping either. [15:03] Mr Lantern As if her touch had sent the breath of God back into his system he'd stand out of his haunch - a crunch and grind of bones leaving him as his head swung around - twisting to face her long before his body would, that same cackle bleeding from his lips loudly. And then up came the small glass 'jar' within it some animatronic, no doubt, beastie - trying to crack her across the jaw with it as up it swang lazily. [15:07] Fluffy Snoodle falls over on her ass after getting the surprise hit to the jaw, her balance already thrown off by the 'accident' awhile ago. Her eyes wide with fear as she looked up to him, though she'd move forwards as fast as she could, tossing a fist towards the stomach of the attacker. Though her ears were already pinned back against her head she'd let out a snarl, trying to scare the...thing off if at all possible. [15:08] Mr Lantern Opens his blazing mouth as a plume of smoke burst out from it along with another jerking, malicious cackle. That execrable aura washed off him fluidly as he stomped towards her - bending over when her punch hit the chains in his gut, though it made little effect, serrving only to throw his giant pumpkin head in her direction - mouth open as he tried to 'consume' head or whatever else he could, that same nauseating scent of rotting flesh wafting off from him ceaselessly. [15:14] Fluffy Snoodle actually vomits at the scent as soon as her head was engulfed by the pumpkin head. She a
Empty Arches
Empty Arches
A historic Vicksburg property, hallowed school grounds to thousands, has been sold. Its new owner plans to renovate the 83-year-old former Carr Central, an eyesore along Cherry Street for decades, back to its glory days. “I pass by the building just about every day, and it's sad to see - it's an eyesore,” said Warren County builder and remodeling contractor Webber Brewer, who purchased the property Tuesday from Vicksburg resident Robert Rosenthal. For years, Brewer has wanted to buy the property that opened as Carr School in 1924. It closed its doors in 1979 and has remained vacant since. Rosenthal, who has owned the property since 1999, was happy to sell Brewer the building, “because he knew I was going to restore it,” he said. “I am going to work and restore it to make it a viable piece of property in Vicksburg,” Brewer said. While he wants to clean up the property before announcing his plans, Brewer knows what he won't do with the building and the five acres of land that loom over Cherry. “It won't be any low-cost apartments,” he said. “Whatever I'm thinking about doing will be very nice for downtown Vicksburg.” Rosenthal purchased the old school from the city for $55,000 with plans to convert it into an assisted living facility for the elderly. The city owned the building for 20 years before selling it to Rosenthal under the condition that he meet deadlines for financing the project and beginning construction. Deadlines passed, but the city didn't want the building back. The building has shattered windows and a dilapidated interior. And its yard, home to a centuries-old live oak tree, is covered in debris and overgrown grass. Brewer, who wouldn't say how much he paid for the property, doesn't plan to let any of that grass grow under his feet, he said. In fact, he was already off to get permits to clean the grounds and start work on the roof about 24 hours after buying the property. His son, David Brewer of DAB Realty, will act as developer on the project, while he will oversee construction, he added. “I hope to get started immediately,” he said. “I'm 63 - I don't have a lot of time to waste.” He expects the project to take about two years, and one way he plans on speeding it up is to pay for it out of private funds. “It's going to be a personal deal,” he said. “I'm not looking for grants. All that does is put limitations on your project.” For years, Rosenthal applied for tax credits from the Mississippi Home Corporation, but was turned down every time for funding, and no work was done. Mayor Laurence Leyens said he is happy the property is in Brewer's hands. “We are thrilled about this,” he said. “It's the last of the big properties I wanted dealt with, and I feel confident that Webber will carry it out with an outstanding outcome.” Brewer, who said he will work closely with the Vicksburg Foundation for Historic Preservation, hopes to get to work immediately and will rely heavily on the support of the city. “I'm pretty sure the city's going to work with us. I hope that they will,” he said. “We hope to get all the people who went to school here interested” also. Brewer, a graduate of Culkin High School, knows what the old Carr Central means to its graduates, former students and the community, many of whom pass by it daily. The building served all grades at various times, but most often is remembered as the city's main high school. Keeping the name that is etched in mortar above the large staircase is a must for the developer. “Who would ever try to change the name of this building? That's the whole purpose of my doing this,” he said. “I want to go back and take this property and make it what it should be.” For Ethel Lagrone Pickens, a 1953 graduate of Carr Central High School, the building's hallways and classrooms live on in her memory. “It was a fabulous contribution to this world that we lived in. When it was a high school, Vicksburg was a very close community,” she said. “It was the center of our world and gave us so much. I know you can't put a human element into brick and stone, but it meant so much to us - it's like a part of us.” In 2004, Pickens organized an all-class reunion for her alma mater, which brought more than 700 graduates and classmates from classes 1933 through 1959 back home to Vicksburg. The following year, former students raised the funds to have a historical mural painted along the city's floodwall. The mural was unveiled in 2006 at the second annual reunion, where fellow schoolmates also cleaned the grounds of their old school and placed a bench from the schoolyard in front of the mural. Carr Central “really meant a lot to a lot of people,” Pickens said. The Carr building, named for Vicksburg superintendent J.P. Carr, was declared a protected state historical property in 1994, which means it can't be demolished without state approval, and any changes to the structure have to be approved by the Department of Archives and History. Brewer and his wife, Carol

cleaning mortar off bricks
cleaning mortar off bricks
HIC Porcelain Set of 3 Mortar and Pestle White
Mortars and pestles have been around for thousands of years ? long before kitchens existed they were already a classic utensil ? they do the job of crushing, grinding and powdering herbs, grains, spices, nuts, roots, teas ? all kinds of healthy eats. This style of grinding releases flavor best in seeds, herbs, spices and garlic. Mortars and pestles are handy for crushing pills and supplements, too. This set of 3 mortars and pestles have contoured bottoms & pestle head to hold the grindables in place. Porcelain is easy to clean, dishwasher safe and won't absorb food odors or stain.

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