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  • n. Attributive form of hair spray


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  • I said, “Sure” – and she put a plastic protector thing in front of my face while she put hair-spray in my hair.

    An Intricate Hair Cutting Experience.

  • I can't prove this, but I think the lady just sprayed hair-spray on it to make it stick.

    "Evolutionists Flock To Darwin-Shaped Wall Stain."

  • "Devolution" and "hair-spray" seem to be two obvious things we should be thinking about this weekend, particularly if we are asked by our barber/hairdresser: Anything for the weekend?

    Convention Update

  • The scissors had made it through the TSA screening while my 1. 5-ounce hair-spray canister had not.

    Letters to the Magazine

  • She parted her black hair in the centre and sleeked it down to turn inwards just above her shoulders, using a little hair-spray to hold it in place.

    Barefoot Bride

  • In the hair-spray incident, both mother and daughter got tangled up in what Kastner describes as emotional flooding.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Well, the blame for what little we have left of an ozone layer can be laid squarely on the back-combed bonces of this trio of '80s hair-spray metal bands from the US.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • No amount of hair-spray can overcome basic bore-stroke incompatibility, so there is a degree beyond which credulity cannot be stretched.


  • These machines, along with $27 million worth of bottle cappers, hair-spray fillers, potato-chip sorters and other huge gizmos, once the humming machines of American manufacturing, now sit ghostlike in Loeb Equipment & Appraisal Co. 's warehouses. -


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