from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. defeat, beating
- v. Present participle of paste.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The operation of treating with paste, or of applying paste.
- n. The operation or process of reducing to the form of a paste.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
_book-binding_, gilding, lettering, and what they called pasting-printing, by the use of the rolling press.
“Flunkie” means (copy-pasting from the dictionary) a follower, gopher, or yes-man, none of which describe Holden Caulfield.
Jim Bowie says: really what she do to be a warrior? scholar? poet well if what you are cut and pasting is her poetry, well its not good at all you can do better,,,,
"It is extremely easy for students to make the mistake of cutting and pasting from the Internet," said Catharine O'Connell, vice president for academic affairs and academic dean at Defiance College.
It's all well and good for some to say that it's wrong for children to be advised to hit back, but I'm afraid I'd rather my son or daughter protected themselves against a pasting from a bully rather than wait for a teacher to come to their aid.
Cutting and pasting from the Organization for Transformative Works blog:
You need to catch up on your news the procescuters lied and got caught, reported yesterday and this liberal bs you are pasting is newsprint.
"Joe" So, now you are copying and pasting from a fascist like Dr. Jack Wheeler??
So, now you are copying and pasting from a FASCIST like Dr. Jack Wheeler??
If you head to the Cyrillic alphabet page on Wikipedia, you can grab a few letters by copying and pasting from the bottom of the Letter-forms and typography section.