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  • He'd suck back the Bud and talk about anything with that ridiculous radio, duct-taped to the back of his bike, yodeling on about a life that was waiting to happen.

    Itch

  • Then he grabbed an axe that was duct-taped to the bulkhead, and wrapped two loops around the axe head, securing it with a quick square knot.

    Gideon’s war

  • Pharzuph duct-taped her mouth, then restrained her free hand again.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Celeste reached down behind the radiator and checked a flat of bills that were duct-taped to the tile wall.

    Surrender the Dark

  • Harry had duct-taped together the seams of the suits and gloves.

    Rogue Oracle

  • Cords had been duct-taped to the concrete floor to prevent tripping, and coffee was burning, somewhere.

    Rogue Oracle

  • He turned to Denise Jackson and patted her duct-taped cheek.

    Surrender the Dark

  • And I put a set of copies in a baggy and duct-taped them under a seat.

    Another Transito Moment...(U.S.-plated document needs in car?)

  • Fighters are tied (or duct-taped) to each other and to the table.

    Extreme Arm Wrestling

  • You can stop vibrating like a shaved poodle duct-taped to the foul pole at Wrigley during a night game in April.

    Will Durst: Top Ten Comedic News Stories of 2011

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  • describing something which is fastened with duct tape.

    April 8, 2013