A dry joint
Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District was created in 1876.
a block of regular ice.
Roughly 550 pounds dry.
Titanic's hull, on Launch Day, was completely hollow. After she was slid out of the Arrol Gantry (to make way for any new projects), the firm lowered in large things like boilers and furnaces. Final work was done in several dry docks.
". . . wind in dry grass"
Coleman gas stoves do work in the rain, but they dont do as well compared to dry conditions. If you have to cook make sure to have something to block the rain.
yes EDIT: They are not hollow while they are alive, they are filled with 'living bone' which means that the bone will dry up and decay (like tissue or cartilage) leaving a hollow horn after the animals death.
blue tongues like to live in hollow dry logs
it was but a blast sweeping sharply through the dry branches
Block yeast is two to one dry yeast powder
Water based or PVA adhesives work very well on wood as they need to soak in and then dry to form a strong joint. This process works well with the structure of wood.