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“He had his arm around her and was kind of kneading her shoulder,” Gilmore said.Sexual Misconduct Allegations Prompt Another Alaska Attorney General to Resign|by Kyle Hopkins/ Anchorage Daily News|January 31, 2021|ProPublica
How to self-massageHow you massage yourself will depend on the area of your body you want to address, how much pain you’re experiencing, and how much of it you can handle while kneading your muscles.
She kneads the dough for eight to 10 minutes, pulling the dough away from her as she goes, which will help with, you guessed it, creating those pockets.Chef Nyesha Arrington’s Easy English Muffin Recipe|Eater Video|December 23, 2020|Eater
Mix together then knead to make a soft, smooth, elastic dough.
Pour in the chicken stock and knead with your hands until the bread is very moist, actually wet.
The chocolate is put in large conching machines that spin it though whirling blades to knead it for hours.
One may see the ferocious small animal knead the dead bee for half an hour, squeeze him like a lemon, drink him out like a gourd.The Natural Philosophy of Love|Remy de Gourmont
Knead over the bits that are left from cutting the biscuits out until all the dough has been used.The Ranger Boys and the Border Smugglers|Claude A. Labelle
Knead it on the board till it is very fine and smooth; raise over night.
It is not necessary to knead bread more than once to secure lightness.
The bread now being ready to knead, Miss Corson recurred to that subject.