pad

01. There is a [pad] of paper to write messages on beside the telephone.
02. The woman was wearing a dress with shoulder [pads].
03. The helicopter touched down on the [pad], and the President stepped out.
04. Goaltenders in ice hockey wear [padding] over most of their body to protect them from the puck.
05. When I cut my forehead, the nurse put a cotton [pad] on the wound to stop the blood until the doctor could stitch it up.
06. While the professor lectured, the students took notes on a [pad] of paper.
07. The rocket lifted off the launching [pad], and blasted off into space.
08. Foam [padding] on the inside of a bicycle helmet helps protect cyclists from head injuries.
09. Don't [pad] your summary with unnecessary details.
10. Sticky [pads] on the toes of some species of lizards allow them to climb up smooth surfaces.
11. Dogs sweat through the [pads] of their feet.
12. Ancient Greek soldiers used sea sponges to [pad] their helmets and leg armor.
13. Shoulder [pads] in women's blouses are a popular fashion these days.
14. When my son has all his football [pads] on, he looks absolutely huge.
15. Timor was seen as a potential launching [pad] for a Japanese invasion of Australia during the Second World War.
16. Houseflies have sticky [pads] on their feet which allow them to walk on the ceiling.

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