Its called a labret piercing. The time that you can leave the piercing empty varies from person to person.
Simply just leave it empty! (Dont wear anything in it) :)
AC is the medical abbreviation meaning before meals, or on an empty stomach.
yes,bladder is emptied before doing kub
Yes, when used as a noun, empty is a common noun. Example:We wash the empty before it goes into the recycle bin so it won't attract insects.
khali jaga/ Empty Land....
I would not use "fully empty" in a sentence because it is redundant and unnecessary. If something is "empty", it's empty. You do not need to say "fully empty" because empty cannot be anything but nothing. There is no further defining words needed.The glass was empty.I carried an empty pitcher.My gas gauge read E for empty.
No, you do not have to but it probably is a good idea to minimize the chance of an accident happening. You are going to have to empty them anyway so might as well do it before you leave.
the answer is 1.......if you put in one penny it is no longr an empty box because it has a penny in it
iam 10 weeks pg the ultresound shows an empty before some months i got miscarrige
There was nobody and nothing before God. Everything was formless and empty, and God has no beginning and no end.
You're suppose to take it on an empty-stomach. Or 1 hour before a meal or three hours after.
Somewhat empty. If you just finish eating before you exercise, you'll cramp up easier.
Simply remove your jewelry and leave the piercing empty. There is no guarantee that it will fully close, but as long as you are at a "regular" (18-20 gauge, standard post type earring size) or smaller gauge (4-16 gauge) it should shrink enough to go unnoticed.
on the main tunning slide and third valve slide there should be a spit valve, its used to empty your spit from the instrument. some trumpets have more then the two common spit valves.
Either 5mg before bedtime, or 10mg before bedtime. Both are taken on an empty stomach.
A very common defense is castling. When the board is rook/empty square/empty square/king the king can move two spaces toward the rook, and the rook can move on the other side of the king. This is allowed to be done in one turn. Before: rook/empty square/empty square/king after: empty square/king/rook/empty square
An example of a word that functions as a noun, a verb, and an adjective is: empty.EXAMPLESnoun: When you finish your soda, put the emptyin the bin labeled 'plastics'.verb: I have to empty the waste baskets before I can go out.adjective: I'm tired of his empty promises.
When it says empty, you'd better believe it is.