plastic-coated love

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  • For many chefs these involve a pocketsize notebook made by Moleskine, with plastic-coated covers and an elastic bookmark.

    Chefs Solve a Modern Kitchen Crisis: Recipe Clutter

  • Perhaps it was his office walls themselves, plastic-coated wallboard, probably left over from some other construction project.

    Bird Cloud

  • I don't want her living in a house made of trash and surviving off oil-infested, plastic-coated salt water and toxic sludge.

    Toni Nagy: The 'Mother Instinct' In All Of Us

  • I whirled, raising the bag of garbage like a plastic-coated hammer.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • I 've always been comfortable with metal or plastic-coated dumbbells.

    Dumbbells Before the Fall

  • Designers of children's play spaces are increasingly looking beyond slides, jungle gyms and other plastic-coated structures in their quest to create fun, safe, healthy environments.

    Natural playgrounds are growing into a national trend

  • The finished, less viewer-endangering work, which opens to the public on Friday, is 48-feet-by-20 feet of fan-powered, plastic-coated fabric.

    Byrne-ing Down the World

  • A Montreal journalist, Stefan Christoff, said he was hit many times by a riot policeman with a plastic-coated metal baton after chanting slogans opposed to the G20.

    G20 rioters disrupt Toronto protest

  • Even the wall portrait of Mao Zedong was shiny and plastic-coated.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Inside the tent, people held gift bags full of commemorative souvenirs: a deck of plastic-coated playing cards with the I-69 highway sign on the back, courtesy of the Gold Strike Casino, which had printed the slogan ROAD TO GOLD on the packaging; a round paperweight fashioned from a sample of core pavement; an I-69 shield-shaped hand fan.

    Interstate 69

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