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8 results for "Cups" - Most at least downloaded

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- Spoon into a mug of coffee
Noise movements of a spoon in a mug of strong coffee senseo. The mug is placed on a wooden kitchen table. UCS Category: FOODTware. Duration: 00:49.
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- Hot water in mug
Noise of hot water poured into a large mug. UCS Category: FOODGware. Duration: 00:06.
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- Cold water in mug
Noise of cold water poured into a large mug. UCS Category: FOODGware. Duration: 00:06.
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- Spoon in a mug empty
Noise movements of a spoon in a mug empty. The mug is placed on a wooden kitchen table. UCS Category: FOODTware. Duration: 00:52.
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- Cup on a table
Bouncing a cup on a table. UCS Category: FOODTware. Duration: 00:02.
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- Sucker
The suction cup of a toothbrush, against a mirror. UCS Category: TOONPop. Duration: 00:05.
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- Suction cup on plastic
3 detachments of a suction cup on a plastic window pillar. UCS Category: TOONPop. Duration: 00:03.
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- Suction cup on window
4 detachments of a suction cup on a glass. UCS Category: TOONPop. Duration: 00:07.
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