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- n. Adhesive tape.
- v. To seal something with adhesive tape.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. fasten or attach with sellotape
- n. transparent or semitransparent adhesive tape (trade names Scotch tape and Sellotape) used for sealing or attaching or mending
I still jot things down on scrappy bits of paper and but I either transfer them into the notebook if they they’re getting me somewhere (sellotape is useful) or throw them out straight away.
I was going to say that there's always the Brit term "sellotape", but it turns out that's a brand name as well.
Linda, from the Scottish RSPB, managed to free it using kitchen scissors and sellotape.
Take note -- the UK chose to shun real investment and made a string and sellotape netorking system which is massively overcharged for Only BTs solution of multiplexing over copper wire saved the last 8 years in the UK from being an internationsl networking joke.
Just like if you had to sellotape back together a pair of aviators, looses the cool.
But my copy of the final book, the Last Battle (circa early 1960s, previously owned by my mother and held together by love and sellotape) contained an illustration that until I was about 10, I had to cover with one hand while I read the facing page as quickly as possible.
Sad at the prospect of future American Idols being held together by the sellotape-and-string charisma of Kara DioGuardi.
I've decided I'm going to do small puzzles (fabric on pelmet vilene) inside a clear pocket, which will fasten somehow (I'm actually thinking something basic like a piece of sellotape) in the post.
Solution: buy fan; sellotape receipt to it; after a year, take it home.
The fullest explanation is contained with a scrap of paper written by Thérèse and held together by bits of sellotape found in the copy of Scripture which Thérèse kept by her side and consulted and read each day.
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