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  • Make into a particular or the required form
  • characteristic or habitual practice
  • Use materials to make into
  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); "She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
  • Squeeze (someone's arm or hand) as a sign of affection
  • (press) exert pressure or force to or upon; "He pressed down on the boards"; "press your thumb on this spot"
  • compacted by ironing
  • Move or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force
  • (press) imperativeness: the state of demanding notice or attention; "the insistence of their hunger"; "the press of business matters"
  • Exert continuous physical force on (something), typically in order to operate a device or machine
  • A cosmetic in this form designed to be applied to a person's face with a brush or soft pad
  • A medicine or drug in this form, usually designed to be dissolved in a liquid
  • apply powder to; "She powdered her nose"; "The King wears a powdered wig"
  • Fine dry particles produced by the grinding, crushing, or disintegration of a solid substance
  • powderize: make into a powder by breaking up or cause to become dust; "pulverize the grains"
  • a solid substance in the form of tiny loose particles; a solid that has been pulverized
  • To a high degree
  • carnival: a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.
  • fairly: in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating; "they played fairly"
  • free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules; "a fair referee"; "fair deal"; "on a fair footing"; "a fair fight"; "by fair means or foul"
  • Without cheating or trying to achieve unjust advantage

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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Sorely misrepresented, July 20, 2007 By B. Acuff "dajhek" (Cedar Park, TX United States) - See all my reviews Fun: I purchased Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End after previewing the game on my friend's Xbox 360. I enjoyed the demo and decided to purchase it for myself. I own a Playstation 2 and was prepared for some differences between the two gaming console. However, I was not prepared for what I got. The game play is not even remotely similar between the two versions and the story line looks as if a small child took scissors to it. On the Xbox 360 you are given control over many different aspects of the game, from camera control to manipulating the environment. You are allowed to climb walls, ropes, ladders and use your sword to perform jumps across open pits. Sword duels between your character and others in the game are exciting and offer many different variations in tactics and animation. You can even carry a barrel of gun powder around with you to blow open doors and set booby traps. In the Playstation 2 version you are given NONE of the exciting aspects of game play. The camera is static, the only manipulation of environment is destroying some crates, climbing ladders and sliding down ropes are cut screens and the sword fights are nothing more than hitting 2 buttons on the control pad strategy or brain power involved. Both of these versions are being marketed as one-and-the-same. This couldn't be further from the truth. My ratings are skewed by the disappointment I received when I bought this. I was prepared for a significant graphics difference and some game play difference, but could not believe my eyes when I saw what had been done. Go buy this game on Xbox 360, or MAYBE even the Playstation 3. It is a wonderful and fun game on the Xbox 360, but avoid it on PS2! Comment | Was this review helpful to you? (Report this) 1 of 2 people found the following review helpful: Nice but no game is perfect, June 4, 2007 A Kid's Review Fun: Unlike spiderman 3 for PS2 (Which everyone seems to dislike) this game is more graphical and more detail is in the faces but this makes me wish I got it for XBOX360 but I heard that you can only play as barbossa in the PS2 so I though how bad can it be? well not that bad not that bad at all the faults for this game is that you can,t join in sword clashes (which the XBOX360 versions had)instead you have this 1 block button.the game starts with pirates 2 (my favorite level is the 1 on the boat where you fight davy jones crew mates) and then goes into pirates 3. Comment | Was this review helpful to you? (Report this) 0 of 2 people found the following review helpful: Yar, something smells of the scurvey here..., June 3, 2007 By N. Durham "Big Evil" (Philadelphia, PA) - See all my reviews Fun: With Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End plundering the box office, it's only natural for a video game tie-in to be released. The good 'ol PS2 isn't spared of this either, as At World's End is here, and it's about what you'd expect from a quickly made, movie tie-in, video game. Compiling parts of both Dead Man's Chest and At World's End, the game puts you in the shoes of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Elizabeth Swann as you take on hordes of enemies and Davy Jones as well. The first thing you'll probably notice are the game's muddy graphics and the incredibly boring combat and gameplay. Yeah, it's a pretty typical licensed game at heart, and it's pretty boring as well. Not to mention the incredibly linear mission objectives and story don't really allow you to do anything beyond what you're given. The various mini-games to be found here are fun though, which the overall game could have taken a cue from. If you played last year's Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow, you'll probably know what to expect here, although that game did feature the voice talent of Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom; neither of which are here, nor is anyone else from the major headlining cast either. The competitive multiplayer is a nice addition, but in the end, At World's End barely holds up as being below average. All in all, At World's End may be worth a look for die hard Pirates of the Caribbean fans, but in the end, this game is better left on the shelf. Comment | Was this review helpful to you? (Report this) 0 of 3 people found the following review helpful: I wash my hands of this weirdness., June 1, 2007 By P. O'Toole "Shannon" - See all my reviews Fun: I was really disappointed with the game. The "action" was repetitive, the graphics quality was low and way under par, especially considering Disney does so well with their video games. It's mind-numbingly dull, and is nothing compared to the movies. Comment | Was this review helpful to you? (Report this) 3 of 3 peopl
Here's my recently finished press I built from a bunch of lumber, some angle-iron and a car jack. Total cost about $60, though I splurged on stain, melamine iron-on-edging, and all new materials even though I could find most of the same stuff in the garbage and in my dad's garage and might have saved myself about $40. Now my laundry area is good for getting clothes dirty, as well as getting them clean.

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