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  • v. Present participle of sellotape.

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Examples

  • Got them working, did the usual 101 demo, (probably contradicting every word the experienced tutor had told them,) showed them all the beginners tricks to get going (sellotaping the leader etc) and then split them into pairs, gave them a wheel each and let them get going.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • On Friday we did gluing and sellotaping with boxes and lollipop sticks.

    Lovely morning

  • Ish. I'm attempting to leave the house at least once a day for a little walk to perk myself up and sellotaping my fingers to my sides so I don't resort to the usual depressive mechanisms of weight loss.

    www.mentallyinteresting.org.uk | Pole to Polar: The Secret Life of a Manic Depressive

  • Ish. I'm attempting to leave the house at least once a day for a little walk to perk myself up and sellotaping my fingers to my sides so I don't resort to the usual depressive mechanisms of weight loss, since I can't keep my head out of the fridge.

    British Blogs

  • Or our daughter Gracie about to be expelled from nursery school for sellotaping plasticine male genitalia to a naked Postman Pat doll 'situation'?

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • 'I'm Your Daddy' come slathered in the kind of sugary guitar distortion last heard sellotaping together

    NME Features

  • You provide a loving, safe, caring, fun home for Charlie and without wrapping him in cotton wool and sellotaping him to a chair, you can’t prevent things going wrong sometimes.

    Parenting is tough.

  • Add two bits of chorizo or other round meat to the end, and spend an hour and a half sellotaping the bloody things together in a way that doesn’t make them fall down or flop.

    Jordan Continues To Exist

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