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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of finger-paint.


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  • The demonstration terminates with Jacobo asking, "What´s your favorite animal?" following which, he finger-paints a rabbit from the rainbow of colors on his palms, as only Alice could have imagined.

    Jacobo Angeles: A rich wood-carving tradition in Oaxaca, dating to pre-Hispanic times

  • Each guy finger-paints a big blue letter on his stomach.


  • STEPANEK: The pictures in my book are all finger-paints.

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2003

  • What if Man, and people, were to develop characteristics as profound and basic as language and art -- which they could share with us, perhaps, only to the extent that we can "talk" to dogs, or be amused by the smears a chimp will make with finger-paints?

    Forever Free

  • When the artist came over, he noticed that I had started doing some rough studies with my daughter's finger-paints and told me that I had talent. - Home Page

  • Topics covered were wide-ranging, from 'Why the Coyotes suck' to 'Twitter: essential tool for 21st-century bloggers, or finger-paints for the ADD-affected?'

    AZ Snakepit

  • Not enough to sate jihadi impulses finger-paints are not enough to change the minds of terrorists concerning the jihad.

    Jihad Watch

  • However, considering this chick flick is chock full of everything from fashion shows to flowers to finger-paints to a climactic birthing scene, the 1.85: 1 transfer is kind of bland.

    Big Picture Big Sound - Home Theater, HDTV, Movie Reviews


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