Each cell is always wet with food and can eat it at any time.
"Applied Physiology" by Frank Overton
Work until they're dry, I suppose, if they get wet on the way to the shop; or go to bed in their cells if they get wet on the way back.
"Within Prison Walls" by Thomas Mott Osborne
He found himself in a narrow cell, dripping with wet and ankle deep in mud.
"The Suprising Adventures of Sir Toady Lion With Those of General Napoleon Smith" by S. R. Crockett
In the spring these queens start out to build a few small, paper cells with finely chewed up fibers of wood wet with sticky saliva.
"Book of Monsters" by David Fairchild and Marian Hubbard (Bell) Fairchild
Leclanche cells, (a), wet, (b), dry, construction, advantages, uses.
"Physics" by Willis Eugene Tower
O shame of Britons! in one sullen tower
She wet with royal tears her daily cell;
She found keen anguish every rose devour;
They sprung, they shone, they faded, and they fell.
"Elegy XXIV. He Takes Occasion, From the Fate of Eleanor of Bretagne" by William Shenstone
How to Save a Wet Cell Phone.
On a cold, wet day in Mt Rainier, Maryland, Kirk Bloodsworth remembers sitting in a prison cell while serving time for a murder he didn't commit.
(Many cell phones have special marker tags inside them that void the warranty if they get wet.
Consumers with a wet cell phone can avert disaster with a new product from HPL.
The Dry-All wet cellular phone emergency kit dries out wet cell phones in 48 hours using the company's dehumidifying technology.
" Wet Computer" Literally Simulates Brain Cells.
In contrast with this latter paper dealing with a dry foam ﬂowing in a Hele-Shaw cell, our interest concerns wet foams ﬂowing between a plate and the liquid surface.
Dense bubble flow in a silo: an unusual flow of a dispersed medium
For wet foams, 0.07 < ε < 0.50, the cell is ﬁlled with a foam made out of the turbulent mixer apparatus.
Electrical conductivity of dispersions: from dry foams to dilute suspensions