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- n. a type of lac or vanish
- n. to get defeated in competition
- v. to apply shellack on something
- v. to beat repeatedly
- v. to defeat decisively
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cover with shellac
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Anybody can paint a stencil or shellack a poster on a wall. c-lo to bad your gay. markjpeg
However, these themes are hidden beneath a shellack of style and action, fun to look at and watch though they are.
And, you need to stain the hardwood, and put a finishing gloss, or shellack.
That would build your reputations as posters with personal integrity (in low supply among neo-cons, I know) who prefer to elevate these conversations into an honest sharing of opinons, rather than seizing on the openings others provide to shellack them.
Hint: he won't touch that one with a ten-foot bottle of hair shellack.
The Democrats are between a rock and a hard place ~ they can go against Patraeus's optimistic September report and we will shellack them with accusations of deserting the troops and believe me ~ they'll fold faster than a tent in a sandstorm.
Frigid females scorn sexy skimpily sheathed strumpet stage show, shellack sons and seniors with serious snowballs.
Many other forms are of value to man by producing material of commercial value such as lac, shellack, dyes, medicines, etc.
I sanded down the whole thing to get rid of the bad shellack job (not mine), then gave it 4 coats of paint and one coat of clear lacquer.
While Republicans posted two hard-fought gubernatorial victories on Nov. 3, McDonnell's path to victory is the one that most encourages the GOP, a remarkable case of a social conservative who made his name in politics as an abortion opponent yet managed to reverse a Democratic trend in Virginia and shellack his opponent by nearly 18 percent while largely steering clear of cultural issues.