The celebrity vacuum has been filled with tackier
Assistant coach Mike Ford said: "Jonny was our top tackier
It preserves darity in lower-density plastomer resins, which tend to be tackier
and more likely to block.
We're due for countless more movie-to-Broadway musical adaptations, but you won't find many with a bigger heart, tackier
clothes and, OK, a better beat than ``Hairspray.
CHEAP tacky shirts, Now even cheaper, TACKIER
crest, nuff said.
What he doesn't seem to understand is that announcing your reservations about something you're going to do anyway only makes you look tackier
JUST when racing thought itsimage couldn't get much tackier
along comes a sensational new book.
Because Trisha, ITV's tackier
version of Kilroy, was questioning a man about his sex life with a woman who used to be his wife and is now his lover once again.
Glue this small piece to the bottom of the bracket with molding glue (a tackier
woodworking glue) or carpenter's glue.
The poorer, tackier
but infinitely more fun version of the BAFTAs is the celebrity awards do at its best.
Bluegrass Odyssey features relatively few shots of the newgrass movement (though it is neither hidden nor denigrated by the book), and the Stoneman Family is about as close as the book gets to the tackier
side of bluegrass commercialism; both of these are, I think, part of bluegrass history.
It's worth a visit if you can ignore some of the tackier
shops selling kitsch, and venture instead to the water-operated cliff railway which links the town to the picturesque harbour village of Lynton 900 foot above.
But the company's 60,000-square-foot locations also boast a much flashier -- some might say tackier
-- section called the "Million Dollar Midway" that's something akin to a Chuck E Chese for adults.
There's no question that the script of the now legendary Northwest Gate Incident, one of the tackier
defining moments of the president's high school romance turned grounds for impeachment, would have been totally different.
But the narrator resolves "de ne pas m'en tenir a ces mots opaques et de tackier
de voir plus clair dans mon ravissement" (1: 153).