“Then a shot of Lennie typing at a laptop, another shot of Sam sewing, this time trying to sew with one hand, since the other is covered in plasters, then a shot of Lennie looking up at the old tree house in Sam’s back garden, then back to Sam sewing, this time telepathically since both hands are covered in plasters.”
“Then a shot of George trying to shoot fire, another shot of Sam sewing, this time trying to sew with one hand, since the other is covered in plasters, then a shot of Lennie looking up at the old tree house in Sam’s back garden, then back to Sam sewing, this time telepathically since both hands are covered in plasters.”
“Through 21st century technology and the vision of Director Ed Moy, original Saint-Gaudens coin plasters were digitally mapped by the United States Mint.”
“It renders all applications, such as plasters, totally unnecessary, as well as the repeated dressings to which recourse is usually had in such cases; and it at once removes the soreness necessarily attendant on an ulcerated surface being exposed to the open air.”
“Matrimony, even as in bodily medicines, some are applied externally, such as plasters and drugs, while others are acts of the person who seeks to be cured, such as certain exercises.”
“As the election draws closer, Mr Brown and his cohorts will be looking at what they did wrong all these years and trying to put sticking plasters over the gaping wounds caused by their actions.”
“Think Tom Stoppard's Jumpers meets Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and you have a taste of this smart-arse evening, in which Davalos doesn't just wear his learning on his sleeve but plasters it all over the stage.”
“Hours of Crimes solved over corn plasters and Thermoses of milky tea.”
“Do you think feelings like his can be simply re-attached, like plasters?”
“Cam choreographs a middle-school musical debacle that ends with the kids spelling out "We Love the F Word," while Phil plasters an ad on the mini-van that looks like he's pimping out his wife ("I Can't Be Satisfied!") and teenage daughter ("Let Me Make Your Dreams Come True").”
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