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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sticker.

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Examples

  • All that was needed as a "To: FCW" label stickered on him.

    PWTorch.com

  • Perhaps the most omnipresent name stickered throughout the city, Bankrupt Slut embodies its mantra of "Get up, Stay up."

    John Wellington Ennis: Bankrupt Slut Christens the Sunset Strip Music Fest

  • Perhaps the most omnipresent name stickered throughout the city, Bankrupt Slut embodies its mantra of "Get up, Stay up."

    John Wellington Ennis: Bankrupt Slut Christens the Sunset Strip Music Fest

  • Perhaps the most omnipresent name stickered throughout the city, Bankrupt Slut embodies its mantra of "Get up, Stay up."

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • On Saturday, he was a rookie with his last name stickered to the front of his helmet to make sure everyone knew who he was, trying to remember the playbook that at first glance seemed to be written in a foreign language.

    The Seattle Times

  • On Saturday, he was a rookie with his last name stickered to the front of his helmet to make sure everyone knew who he was, trying to remember the playbook that at first glance seemed to be written in a foreign language.

    The Seattle Times

  • However.......she was out canvassing at the weekend with Denise Jeffries and Mark Burns-Williams cllrs, and I know that cos my old mum got 'stickered'.

    Labour: Taking the North for Granted

  • Whether it was bumpers "stickered," leaflets passed out, voters registered, or declarations signed, we always kept accurate tallies.

    In These Times

  • Am I correct in assuming that if one wants to have the motorcycle stickered independent of the car or truck, and there are two of you, the way to do it is to put the car in one person's name and the motorcycle in anothers?

    Pickup and motorcycle

  • The stickered cost upon it was 199, a review of it says it proposed at 269 though twenty bucks?!

    Archive 2009-11-01

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