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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fingerpaint.


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  • He showed them mostly in happy brights or "fingerpainted" animal spots, with lots of workable transparency.

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  • They have taken tests that reveal the need for a positive self-image — "an urge so deeply human," a psychologist said, "we can hardly imagine its absence" — and that demonstrate the "fundamental attribution error," in which people explain behavior by temperament ( "she's screaming because she's an angry person") rather than situation (her kid just fingerpainted the bedroom wall).

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  • Stumbling over each other and the giant trash bags, we sorted the game pieces, got rid of the crumbling fingerpainted masterpieces, put the markers in containers, got rid of the orphan toy pieces, organized the box of paints, and got rid of a lot more stuff.

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  • The fingerpainted Bible quotes - viciously drawn on all the upstairs walls by the God Squad who took the place over from us - have now been painted over by the new bunch of girls, a much nicer crowd.

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  • We should like what we hear: Late of the Pier's fingerpainted audio tableaus add some slapdash vitality to the musical orthodoxies of today.

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  • As a child, I fingerpainted the garage doors, only to find out that we had no white spirit in the house ...

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  • Enter a blog called fingerpainted. it, headed by freelance web designer Benjamin Rabe.

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  • I have no idea how to frost cupcakes/cakes so that they don’t look like a 5 year old fingerpainted all over them.

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