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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of felt-tip.


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  • Nottingham Contemporary, to 11 MarRobert ClarkDavid Shrigley has achieved world fame thanks to his blackly funny greetings cards, skewering mankind's follies with scrappy felt-tipped cartoons.

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  • The others, more women than men, have woolen coats, frizzy hair, spiral notebooks, felt-tipped pens.

    Among the Young Aesthetes

  • It is now in her bedroom with "Touched Zane" felt-tipped on.

    OMG! We're going to The X Factor!

  • Even a simple black felt-tipped pen heart with the words for Kai on lined notepaper has been estimated at £1,000-1,500.

    Damien Hirst doodles put up for auction

  • After order was restored, the coach grabbed a felt-tipped pen, wrote the words“Core Competencies,”“Changing Marketplace” and“Strategic Goals” across the top of a white board on the wall and turned to face his players.

    Nothing But Neat at the NBA All-Star Game

  • To complete the piece, he made himself a part of it, sitting beside his creations with an empty cat-food tin and a felt-tipped sign, begging for money.

    Royal Wedding: Bob And Roberta Smith's Commemorative Artwork

  • Her colleagues liked to wield red felt-tipped pens, but Eleanor preferred a heavy black ballpoint.

    A PERFECT ENVELOPE • by Maria H. McDonald

  • When, at the start, he removes the tops from the felt-tipped pens that are his chosen implement and lets the caps clatter to the floor, they sound like discarded shell casings from, say, plastic bullets.

    Drawn Into His Web

  • On the clear plastic lookout, digital readouts had been painstakingly rendered with a standard felt-tipped Sharpie.

    The Cardboard Ship

  • On many graphic art products, such as inks or felt-tipped markers, it really means “waterproof,” rather than “lightfast.”

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