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  • n. Alternative spelling of end piece.


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  • what could be an important addendum addendum is smug for 'endpiece' to the blog is wasted by inane comments from probably the same types that are mocked in said blog;

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

  • The anthem made Jimi famous worldwide, veering into a vortex out of which emerged "Purple Haze", a glorious, lyrical dirge – for something, for everything; an endpiece not only to Woodstock but to so many dreams.

    Jimi Hendrix: 'You never told me he was that good'

  • It appeared to be made in the crudest manner possible, from a piece of a tree limb, a large jagged bit of crystal, a metal endpiece that might once have been a portion of a tin can, and a few odd-colored bits of rock and crystal, roughly shaped.

    "The Morons" by Harl Vincent, part 3

  • This is corroborated by your creation of the word "endpiece."

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  • Mr Rifkind is much more on the money in this endpiece to his column, I think:

    Banking crisis 0, US election 1

  • This brought the price down to the $75-80 range (earning the nickname "Nifty Fifty"), but made the lens pretty much a bargain-basement autofocus affair (users could still opt to manually focus, but this involved rotating a knurled endpiece that isn't very convenient or user-friendly).

    Jayme Lynn Blaschke's Gibberish

  • Individually, “The Born Queen” is not the best book in The Kingdoms of Thorn & Bone series, but as the rewarding endpiece to one of the more underrated and entertaining fantasy sagas out there, the novel is a brilliant standout...

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • It was a pretty meagre case made by Crick, and his endpiece was extremely feeble.

    Michael Crick Accuses Chris Huhne

  • Finally, in the endpiece, Mr. Grant laments that time and age have taken a toll on his plastic Spencer Smith figures.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I'd heard a lot of good and bad about this trilogy endpiece; and at the end of the day, I probably achieved "benevolent indifference" - which is to say, I managed to enjoy the film while simultaneously recognizing that it wasn't really very good.



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