I put a cotton ball and some duct tape around it, and it stopped.
Con Ed will have to deal with widespread intrusions into the duct banks and transformers that lie below the city streets.
Nobody was allowed in his room, where the windows were covered with black garbage bags secured with duct tape.
His mouth was covered with duct tape, his hands taped behind his back, and his legs were tied together together below the knees.
“The bras are made of duct tape that has been burned with a blow torch,” Mirano told The Daily Beast.
The two latter outgrowths form the two upper branches of the duct.
I reached the top of the duct and pushed against the slot cover.
Within this loop is a long pinkish gland, the pancreas, which empties by a duct into the duodenum.
And there was that hazard here, for every duct looked like every other one.
The Mllerian duct persists in its entirety in male Amphibians, but only its upper end remains in male Selachians.
1640s, "course, direction," from Latin ductus "a leading," past participle of ducere "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Anatomical sense is from 1660s. Meaning "conduit, channel" is 1713; that of "air tube in a structure" is from 1884.
A tubular bodily canal or passage, especially one for carrying a glandular secretion such as bile.