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“I spent time giving it Anton's particular spit-shine.”
“We change oil in our scooters, compound and wax the finish of our cars, tighten loose bolts, snug up belts, check fluids, run Q-tips through vents, spit-shine leather, put air -- and sometimes even nitrogen -- in tires, and pay our local dealer or mechanic to do those more complex tasks that are beyond our ken.”
“Washer must be willing to thoroughly wipe his balls and not afraid to put a little elbow grease or some spit-shine should the occasion call for it.”
“Denying the long-standing link between white tribalism and conservatism may be "politically correct" within the DC bubble where press and politicians mingle and spit-shine each others 'images, but denial is the opposite of truth.”
“Is there anyone at the New Yorker who doesn't spit-shine their prose with the inconsolable tears of the unworthy?”
“Sometimes it's best to know your role; I know for a fact that I could never spit-shine my Italian loafers as good as our servant, what's his name ... maybe Jose, so I don't try.”
“We were left in our barracks to spit-shine boots and polish the lacquer off brass belt buckles.”
“All spit-shine and ‘ten-hut!’ and efficiency to the smallest detail.”
“I also need to be able to spit-shine them to within an inch of their lives - yes, to the military standard "see your reflection in them".”
“Going to spit-shine the old Springwater Station and make one of them fancy little hotels out of it.”
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