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


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  • CoupIed with vigorous brushing, damage results in a unique "sandblasted" effect on tooth enamel.

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  • The abrasive particles 'sandblasted' the windscreens, making forward visibility all but impossible.

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  • One contractor said it couldn't be sandblasted because that would damage the underlying wood.

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  • Sun floods down through a skylight and down to the ground level via a sandblasted panel in the floor so light penetrates the entire building.

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  • He sandblasted his eyeballs so he could see in the dark?!?

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  • On the street there was very little graffiti, may be it was erase quickly although it is difficult as the building are made out of limestone and the graffti would have to be sandblasted.


  • Stamped 1.75 inch hard enamel brass coin; 4 colors on the front, 5 colors on the back, gold plated, sandblasted, comes with individual soft plastic pouch. UM Opens a New Online Store

  • One might volunteer straight away, for example, only to have her confident strut and entire story sandblasted away by the blinding spotlight that gives the illusion of being very large and about five feet away.

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  • Strangely though, earlier this month, the NYC DOT sandblasted away a bike lane on Bedford Avenue, between Flushing Avenue and Division Street, forcing many Brooklynites to leave their bikes at home.

    Olivia Chen | Inhabitat

  • Mark Peterman for The Wall Street Journal To note the separation between the gallery space and the living space, Mr. Jones sandblasted into the concrete walls outside the galleries a pattern of two eyes: One is wide-open, with eyelashes, for Ms. Logan, and one is narrower and more calculating, for Mr. Logan – both seen here in the wall.

    Museum Living


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