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  • An actor like Daniel Day-Lewis builds a performance from the marrow outwards; Depp's roles are more like spray-on tans or automobile paint-jobs.

    Johnny Depp is back as a very different Hunter S Thompson

  • Scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently determined that poly (3-hexylthiopene), or P3HT, may be a useful material for creating spray-on transistors.

    Sarah Parsons | Inhabitat

  • First the spray-on six-pack pitch in Dragons' Den, and now Darryn "Mr Paparazzi" Lyons's belly implants on Big Brother?!

    The Populist: the column that wants to rap battle Anne Hathaway

  • Wanda's work draws comparisons to modern masters such as Alexander Calder for her gravity-defying use of spray-on butter substitutes to create light, airy confections that challenge our very conception of what a “stick of butter” means.

    Whither Butter Sculpture?

  • Wanda's work draws comparisons to modern masters such as Alexander Calder for her gravity-defying use of spray-on butter substitutes to create light, airy confections that challenge our very conception of what a “stick of butter” means.

    Whither Butter Sculpture?

  • And so the paint is all nontoxic, and the spray-on insulation that coats the ceiling is made from castor oil.

    An Elevation in Red Hook

  • Trotting along bright-hearted, laughing his spray-on headache of a laugh, he will not succumb to complication.

    SpongeBob's Golden Dream

  • Though it was invented in Turkey, the patent for spray-on liquid glass is held by the German company Nanopool.

    Spray-on liquid glass

  • Trotting along bright-hearted, laughing his spray-on headache of a laugh, he will not succumb to complication.

    SpongeBob's Golden Dream

  • A 23 year old with big hair, a spray-on tan, and no discernible history of ever having to actually work for the riches she's received will be signing books while I'm rifling my car for change to buy my next cup of coffee.

    Jane Devin: A Writer's Rant About Simon & Schuster's Dip Into the Celebrity Cesspool

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