In her belt were two knives, her blowpipe , and a pouch filled with poison darts.
Licking his lips in anticipation, Epsilon drew a tiny blowpipe from his belt and loaded it with a silvery needle.
Arms tired from waving, she set off into the dark forest, weighed down by her rucksack and ready for anything with deerskin clothes on and her blowpipe loaded.
When all is ready, he gathers clear hot glass on his blowpipe and then carefully rolls the 20-to 25-pound gather of hot glass into a cylinder.
To accomplish this the bottom half of an object still attached to the blowpipe is dipped into molten glass and then pressed into a bronze mold to create a thick ribbed pattern.
Though everything begins on the blowpipe , a million things can happen before a piece reaches the showroom.
The six ads highlight versions of the action figure outfitted for the Arctic, the jungle and accoutred with a blowpipe , a bow and arrow, a vehicle and a skateboard.
Local heating by blowpipe or torch is not recommended, but when this is necessary precautions must be taken to avoid local overheating.
A small blowpipe was clutched tightly in its hand, a slender wooden tube carved around with a coiled snake, its fangs curved around the departure hole of the darts.
Before the advent of propane torches, acetylene, or gasoline blowtorches, jewelers used an alcohol flame and a small blowpipe to direct and intensify the heat where they needed it.