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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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Among the other quick-fix suggestions, use a similar-colored marker to cover scuffs on shoes.
He prefers wood floors to carpeting, despite the potential scuffs on soles.
The Next Louboutin? 2011
Gian TrottaMore on clean floors: “Can this floor be saved” tells how to remove stains like gum, wax, oil, paint, magic marker, lipstick, ink and tar along with scuffs and chips from wooden floors.
Patent leather shoes: My wife had black scuffs on a pair of her shoes she wanted to wear for an interview.
At Ann Taylor, the gray tones of the custom-designed floral wallpaper mask scuffs.
Why Are Fitting Rooms So Awful? Elizabeth Holmes 2011
Bursa 0-3 Man Utd. Made by Scholes this time, shrugging his man off the ball and then playing a delicate little dinked pass to Bebe who rampages forward all arms and legs and scuffs the ball into the corner.
Bursaspor v Manchester United - as it happened Barney Ronay 2010
Wolves 0-2 Liverpool Bellamy 61 Craig Bellamy scuffs a shot from distance that bobbles it's way goalwards, where Wayne Hennessey, according to Chris Kamara on Sky Sports News, throws it into the net.9.05pm: In the Championship, Ricky Lambert equalises for Southampton against Cardiff City at Saint Mary's from the penalty spot.
She scuffs her shoe against the corner of her chair.
Cymophiliacs: you are one. Bradley Hook 2011
This one, though, is a regulation pipe-and-slippers job as Rooney scuffs Nani's pass towards goal.
Bolton Wanderers v Manchester United - as it happened John Ashdown 2010
Key to this has been the reverse and England are masters at it, their ability to get a ball into a condition to go after no more than 20 overs a skill that in part involves bowling it with a cross seam so that it first scuffs on the surface such a delivery accounted for Hughes and is then polished on one side only.