Innovative effects include fairy lights shining through wadding clouds and a water feature created by water running over perspex sheets with lights underneath.
I could see the rough patch of wadding deep within the barrel; the scratches in the metal around the muzzle; smell old propellant and lubrication.
Rollins described ‘the most esteemed’ quilts of her childhood as being made of ‘glossy, dark flannel, lined with yellow, with a slight wadding of carded wool.’
When viewed from above, a layer of white wadding , suspended from the ceiling, makes it look as if the church is floating above the clouds.
The smaller .50-caliber balls could be used in the .60-caliber musket, although they would require more wadding than the larger ones.
It is necessary to firmly ram home the powder charge and over-shot wadding .
Anyway, the new bike arrived this morning, all swathed in cardboard and plastic wadding .
This is thermally bonded, inorganic wadding developed to replace asbestos on railway carriages.
Notice the soft wadding , which I and a few other top tailors use, as opposed to the far more common ready-made shoulder pad.
The contaminated cotton wadding was not found in quilts used in local colleges and nursing homes for the elderly.