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Synonyms for pasty

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Synonyms for pasty

small meat pie or turnover

(usually used in the plural) one of a pair of adhesive patches worn to cover the nipples of exotic dancers and striptease performers

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resembling paste in color

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having the sticky properties of an adhesive

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John Pastier examines the possibilities for a public transport system in a city that caters exclusively for the private car.
THE URBAN TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM 311 (1965) (reporting that one-quarter of Los Angeles is dedicated to automobiles); John Pastier, New Open Space in L.
As the silken Lord Rathbone--who, like first pic's Sheriff Van Cleef, is a bad guy named after an actor famed for villainous roles--Gillen (Showtime's "Queer as Folk") looks like a younger, pastier Gary Oldman, and proves to be a surprisingly good sport during climactic sword fight with Chan.
We also look pastier in winter because the blood supply to our skin's outermost layers shuts down in the cold.
The model suggests that the moon's crust may be thicker there or the lava that emerges may be pastier.
9 Looks knockout with a tan, but will also carry you through your pastier days in style - cotton camisole, pounds 17.
I want to thank the SABR members who served as peer reviewers for the articles here, as well as in the forthcoming BRJ: Ed Hartig, Phil Birnbaum, John Pastier, Steve Boren, Voros McCracken, Marshall Wright, Kevin Saldana, David Vincent, Dick Thompson, Rob Neyer, Jeff Orleans, Leslie Heaphy, Rob Wood, Gene Karst, Lyle Spatz, Neal Traven, Fred Ivor-Campbell, Bill Deane, Eric Enders, and Pete Bjarkman.
Ballparks, especially the older ones, were dynamic functional entities that were frequently expanded, remodeled and repaired," says architectural critic and baseball historian John Pastier.
Pastier, Movement for affordable housing, in Architecture, July 1988, pp.
50) is thicker and pastier than the softer, liquid dip found in most Greek restaurants.
What do you do when your legs are looking pastier than a plucked chicken but you're determined to wear that flirty skirt?
From Brittany, Jean Pastier is around sixty-five years old and has lived secluded in Hiva Oa since his wife Anna left him there forty years before.
Pastier was appointed to the office of Grand Charity, Jessica A.
Consequently, both buckwheat soba and the pastier wheat flour udon noodles are contentedly slurped at Sushi On Tap in numerous dishes, both hot and cold.
Emily Barton, Courtney Beaudry, Devynn Boudreau, Emily Briggs, Nicholas Bruzios, Laura Cleary, Shannon Courtney, Kathryn Devon, Roni Dupont, Nicole Fiorentino, Eoghan Gallivan, Savannah Goodrich, Jaclyn Green, Connor Guerin, Laura Holmes, Stephen Johnson, Jared Kennen, Mark Fugatt-Krevosky, Jonathan Lancey, Nicholas Lemay, Nicole Mangaudis, Kayla McCarthy, Jacob Mercure, Nicole Miller, Shannon Morgan, Jeremy O'Connor, Jordan Orrell, Cassandra Pastier, Somesh Patel, Susan Poutre, Lauren Puishys, Christopher Reardon, Katherine Shaw, Michelle Williams, Kandice Wilmot and Jennifer Wyrick.