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- n. Any powder that when mixed with water forms a plastic paste used to fill cracks and holes in plaster.
- n. A plastic paste meant for filling cracks and holes in plaster.
- v. To fill or repair with a plastic paste.
- v. To fill cracks or holes with a spackle.
- v. To fill gaps with something, as if spackling; to speckle
She has a similar product called spackle that I have been using for years.
Joe Biden was sworn into the Senate in 1973 (25 years ago) If she is 44 years old today 25 years ago she would have been 19 years old. mizkay aka spackle camshaft (22: 06: 47):
An easier way for people to get around the race issue? mizkay aka spackle camshaft (21: 34: 39):
The New Yorker has always struck me as a magazine that regards poetry as a kind of spackle to fill up the cracks in the brickwork of the page — spaces where no other kind of copy (like stories or adverts) might otherwise fit.
I can barely see mine, and I can "spackle" it in with a little extra foundation.
I think there's some kind of spackle-like substance some of these women are using.
* We believe that in America polyfilla and suchlike products are known as "spackle".
Sounds like you made "spackle" with the double dipping.
I believe "spackle" is in there for somewhat similar reasons.
Brown: Yes, not spackle the cracks is how I put it.
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