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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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I think people in the past excused the fact that she's lip zinced because she's been able to dance and light up the stage performing.
With this object in view aluminium has been added from a separate crucible to the molten zinc at the moment of dipping the article to be zinced, so as to form a compound surface of zinco-aluminium, and to reduce the ashes formed from the protective coverings of sal-ammoniac, fat, glycerine, etc.
So I won't be going down to Williamstown beach to compete with 10,000 zinced-up lunatics for a square yard of sand on which to lay my Australian flag beach towel.
She did want to collapse, but it seemed necessary to explain to the tourists passing with their neon-zinced noses and wet towels yoking their necks how it came to be that she was walking down this sandy street with her grandmother on one arm and her grandmother’s urn in the other.
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