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To be frank, they got plastered.
In the forest w/ plastered eyes.
And he plastered it on his wall.
Luny Toon sticker plastered to it.
His hair was plastered with rain.
Plastered up zits and silicon tits.
I plastered a smile and waved back.

Here, these walls were plastered into the.
It ought to be plastered, said Tíkhonovna.
We found this plastered against the wall.
The word Elmwood would be plastered on every.
Tom with a wide grin plastered across his face.
Complicit grins of relief plastered their faces.
An eye pad is applied to the eye and plastered on.
These are plastered on every street, every corner.
ING A NEWSPAPER, HIS PLASTERED LEG RESTING ON A STOOL.
The room was large, the mud walls smoothly plastered.
Alice plastered herself against the side of the house.
Hundreds of black flies were plastered all over his body.
Frank, with a huge smile plastered across his face, did so.
Xen plastered a fake smile on her lips while she whispered.
It was painted white and plastered with Johnny Depp posters.
His hair, darker than his beard, was plastered down neatly.
Her hair was plastered to her face, as she looked up at John.
It’s the real kitty his image is plastered on every police.
Bolt stares out the window, a silly grin plastered on his face.
For the past two days it had been plastered all over the news.
His skin, his brown hair, was plastered against his shirt collar.
Isabella’s long blonde hair was plastered across her white face.
Sweat streaked his dark blonde hair, plastered it to his forehead.
I saw loads of flyers similar to this plastered around Woodford.
Up close, they could see it was plastered and had carved hieroglyphs.
All I could see, though, was black plastered against a barred window.
Her hair was plastered to her face and neck, her clothes soaking wet.
The big boy strode toward him with a scowl plastered across his face.
Plastered in powdered pigment, it was obvious he was the grunt worker.
That man had the widest smile of his life plastered across his throat.
He already had his gloves on and sweat plastered the back of his shirt.
It was a good living-room,—the walls were plastered smooth with clay.
Shock plastered his face as he grabbed at his back and staggered around.
She passed repairmen plastering over cracks in cement.
He pushed his weight into her, plastering her face to the cold glass.
To my left, the jaded-looking wife was more interested in plastering her.
Coke has spent billions of dollars plastering the world’s billboards with.
The Germans had been plastering us for about 12 hours with "all calibres," to say nothing of continual gassing.
I would not be one of those who will foolishly drive a nail into mere lath and plastering; such a deed would keep me awake nights.
Sunday, 7am and Clegg awoke with bars of sunlight cutting across his bunk and plastering themselves to the wall of his Mt Eden cell.
Oh, it could happen to anyone, Sandy, my boy, said Rufus, surrendering to the situation and plastering a grin on his gaunt face.
The local news was plastering every staged and over the top moment on their 6 o’clock coverage, just the way Booker and Big Whig drew it up.
Who have you been hanging with in college that has succeeded in plastering your tongue with such profanity? I mumble, marveling at the estate.
At length the winter set in good earnest, just as I had finished plastering, and the wind began to howl around the house as if it had not had permission to do so till then.
Miss Simone ran her hands through her golden hair and, in the blink of an eye, it too was dry, somehow tumbling across her shoulders instead of plastering itself to her face.
Perched on an uncomfortable wooden chair, Amaranthe flirted with making up an identity, but with her wanted posters plastering the city, the soldiers would figure it out sooner or later.
I admired anew the economy and convenience of plastering, which so effectually shuts out the cold and takes a handsome finish, and I learned the various casualties to which the plasterer is liable.
These recollections clashed with her present views of life, and for that reason were entirely effaced from her memory, or, rather, were preserved somewhere in her memory, but were covered up, as it were, with a thick plastering, to prevent any access to them.
There, no more false appearances, no plastering over is possible, filth removes its shirt, absolute denudation puts to the rout all illusions and mirages, there is nothing more except what really exists, presenting the sinister form of that which is coming to an end.
The moles nested in my cellar, nibbling every third potato, and making a snug bed even there of some hair left after plastering and of brown paper; for even the wildest animals love comfort and warmth as well as man, and they survive the winter only because they are so careful to secure them.
He was the only man in all of Dublin I saw in the downpours and drizzles who stood by the hour alone with the drench mizzling his ears, threading his ash-red hair, plastering it over his skull, rivuleting his eyebrows, and washing over the coal-black insect lenses of the glasses on his rain-pearled nose.
On this accursed bed Don Quixote stretched himself, and the hostess and her daughter soon covered him with plasters from top to toe, while Maritornes--for that was the name of the Asturian--held the light for them, and while plastering him, the hostess, observing how full of wheals Don Quixote was in some places, remarked that this had more the look of blows than of a fall.
For instance, we can understand, on the principle of inheritance, how it is that the thrush of tropical South America lines its nest with mud, in the same peculiar manner as does our British thrush; how it is that the Hornbills of Africa and India have the same extraordinary instinct of plastering up and imprisoning the females in a hole in a tree, with only a small hole left in the plaster through which the males feed them and their young when hatched; how it is that the male wrens (Troglodytes) of North America, build "cock-nests," to roost in, like the males of our Kitty-wrens,—a habit wholly unlike that of any other known bird.
I sometimes dream of a larger and more populous house, standing in a golden age, of enduring materials, and without gingerbread work, which shall still consist of only one room, a vast, rude, substantial, primitive hall, without ceiling or plastering, with bare rafters and purlins supporting a sort of lower heaven over one's head—useful to keep off rain and snow, where the king and queen posts stand out to receive your homage, when you have done reverence to the prostrate Saturn of an older dynasty on stepping over the sill; a cavernous house, wherein you must reach up a torch upon a pole to see the roof; where some may live in the fireplace, some in the recess of a window, and some on settles, some at one end of the hall, some at another, and some aloft on rafters with the spiders, if they choose; a house which you have got into when you have opened the outside door, and the ceremony is over; where the weary traveller may wash, and eat, and converse, and sleep, without further journey; such a shelter as you would be glad to reach in a tempestuous night, containing all the essentials of a house, and nothing for house-keeping; where you can see all the treasures of the house at one view, and everything hangs upon its peg, that a man should use; at once kitchen, pantry, parlor, chamber, storehouse, and garret; where you can see so necessary a thing, as a barrel or a ladder, so convenient a thing as a cupboard, and hear the pot boil, and pay your respects to the fire that cooks your dinner, and the oven that bakes your bread, and the necessary furniture and utensils are the chief ornaments; where the washing is not put out, nor the fire, nor the mistress, and perhaps you are sometimes requested to move from off the trap-door, when the cook would descend into the cellar, and so learn whether the ground is solid or hollow beneath you without stamping.
Plasters on a sore eye.
Quakerlyster plasters blisters.
I mean, c’mon, she was fine – plasters on.
It smelt of plasters and medicaments of all kinds.
He had been nice to her when she put the plasters on him.
She made a small playful act of removing the plasters and they came off in two sharp movements, 145.
Polymer cement mortars are used also for adhesion of different facing materials, plasters and facade decorations.
In his treatment of the animals he used syringes, plasters, and various other remedies and appliances of his own invention.
This however, was nothing compared to the reaction at me helping him slap a packet of plasters on his bruised legs and ego.
Then I busied myself in the kitchen preparing mustard plasters for her and succeeded in making two capital ones with my own hand.
Boxes and bottles of every sort, containing pills, potions, powders, salves, and plasters imbedded with medicine, were everywhere.
She smiled widely at him as she climbed against his chest, her half nakedness pressing tightly to his skin, he could feel the plasters.
Certainly, at the time I put it on, it was saturated with lotions, and stained by contact with poultices and plasters of all imaginable kinds.
Blom, who in other respects had not proved to be very enterprising, managed to find a pair of socks and put sticking plasters on the boy’s feet.
She had told Philip this after she’d put those plasters on his poor bruised face, but he claimed that Nanny Moon was not real, but just a character on Eastenders.
Brigit had kept on some of her bandages, but others she had removed and replaced with plasters she had found in the bathroom, or left scratches and cuts open to the air.
She grabbed for the nearest piece of cloth to shoo them away and her heart froze with terror as she connected her daughter’s evening baths with the mustard plasters that rolled onto the floor.
She also taught her how to avoid an un-wanted conception by means of the evaporation of mustard plasters and gave her recipes for potions that in cases of trouble could expel even the remorse of con-science.
Secure in the knowledge that no one would dare enter her sanctum without first knocking, the headmistress and her ancient acolyte tutted concern and gently swabbed and applied ointment and plasters to gashes and grazes.
On this accursed bed Don Quixote stretched himself, and the hostess and her daughter soon covered him with plasters from top to toe, while Maritornes--for that was the name of the Asturian--held the light for them, and while plastering him, the hostess, observing how full of wheals Don Quixote was in some places, remarked that this had more the look of blows than of a fall.
While he was taken up with these vagaries, then, the time and the hour--an unlucky one for him--arrived for the Asturian to come, who in her smock, with bare feet and her hair gathered into a fustian coif, with noiseless and cautious steps entered the chamber where the three were quartered, in quest of the carrier; but scarcely had she gained the door when Don Quixote perceived her, and sitting up in his bed in spite of his plasters and the pain of his ribs, he stretched out his arms to receive his beauteous damsel.
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A plaster is much more.
The plaster was scored with claw-.
Bits of plaster fell all around them.
Plaster, on the setting of, xvii, 371.
Windows shattered and plaster crumbled.
There wasn’t even plaster on the walls.
Chunks of plaster melted off the ceiling.
As you can see I am in plaster again!.
Chunks of plaster rained from the ceiling.
Casts, plaster, method of coating, xxx, 171.
Tiny faces up there in the plaster medallion.
Leese plaster it with their dung, it hardens.
My head rocked back, my skull hitting plaster.
I landed hard on splintering wood and plaster.
I did not plaster till it was freezing weather.
Nowadays we use these electric plaster saws.
Big Dave crashed, smearing the plaster with a.
I held it down, while she cut a strip of plaster.
You should have just cast your boner in plaster.
The plaster fell away revealing the stone backing.
Plaster is suggested for the walls to add texture.
Plaster cracks with the fading echo of low voices.
I just took a chunk out of the plaster in the hall.
I wrapped a plaster over the sore, and got dressed.
I placed many in the plaster where I may need them.
The white plaster ceiling was stained with nicotine.
After much discussion, the plaster idea was scrapped.
A wall of burning Sheetrock and plaster hung above me.
The apartment building rattles and plaster dust falls.
Rory pulled up his shirt, and lifted the plaster aside.
Six plaster casts of Napoleon were drying in the passage.
Off-white plaster cracked in places, forming the façade.
Plaster scraped against her back as she went to the floor.
They pulled me through the gap - bits of pink plaster came.
To mix the plaster they would need over 100 liters of water.
I shall have to put a bit of flesh-coloured plaster over it.
At lunch time, a doctor came in, and looked under the plaster.
Here are over 450 works in wax, plaster and bronze, of which Mr.
I got in the car and tried so hard to plaster a smile on my face.
His beard was white, even when he did not work with the plaster.