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


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  • So I say yes and eager pudginess begins, smattering drops of white, baptizing lathed dolls in primer and dreams of yellow dresses with daisies and firemen with red suspenders.

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  • I don't have a TV to watch the game, but I'll probably listen to it while making some spinners and putting the finishing touches on paint on some of my home - lathed plugs.

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  • The 2 Bore Blackpowder Shell with about 500 grains of powder and 3600 grain bronze lathed shell should be up there: P. +2 Good Comment?

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  • These got too dry to smooth out, so I sort of lathed them on the giffin grip, which means that they have a concentric circle pattern from several different ordinals.

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  • In the pantry, he poured water from a bucket into a shallow metal bowl and lathed his hands and forearms.


  • A random collection of posts held the roof up—one of them a pressure-treated four-by-four, one a turned and lathed column; another was a formerly straight whitewashed post with chipping paint.


  • If you're a rapper, you're best off seeking out a cute-little-indie-girl-du-jour, or your reverb lathed garage band will most easily flex its "diverse record collection" by covering a Robyn song that you've heard twice on a blog you pretend not to read.

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  • He lathed her soft flesh with his tongue, moaning in enjoyment at the tart taste of her womanhood.

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  • Desperate to be free, Royce lathed the sensitive, raised skin.

    Pure Paradise

  • Slowly and sensually, Royce lathed her cupped palm until it unfurled in surrender.

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