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(of a glutinous liquid such as paint) not completely dried and slightly sticky to the touch

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Tacky Jacks also places importance on tourism, keeping close ties with the Tourism Bureau of Gulf Shores/Orange Beach.
Former committee chairman Coun Peter Douglas Osborn (Con, Weoley) still believes the screens are tacky.
Thom presents Tacky House, which can be seen every Wednesday at 10pm on The Style Network
Wrap the small square around it and secure with tacky glue.
Many of the horses are owned by hunters and longtime fanciers, and while their gentle nature and smaller size (13 1/2 to 15 hands) make the Marsh Tacky an ideal mount for beginning riders and children, the breed's strength and fearlessness in the field have made it a popular working animal for hunting and herding.
The origin of the Marsh Tacky horse can be attributed to Spanish stock that arrived on the coast and islands of South Carolina as "drop offs" by Spanish explorers and to stock brought over by Spanish settlers in the 1500s.
But for goodness sakes, Jaz, ditch your I'm A Celebrity wannabe pal Scott Henshall's tacky, tacky "designer" dresses (if you can call them that
Tacky elastomers can also be treated by spraying or dipping.
The method comprises two steps, the first of which is providing a laminate tape comprised of: a) a tacky first layer made of asphalt, rubber and particulate cork filler and having a thickness of from about 0.
As the non-tacky prepreg materials are dry, they eliminate the need to use the release film found on conventionally tacky prepregs.
What: Telefilmed sequel to the hilarious musical miniseries; this time, David Morrissey's beleaguered scam artist runs a tacky, Vegas-style wedding chapel and attempts to steal a World Cup.
Usually managers are happy to win ugly but did Sheffield Wednesday manager Paul Sturrock mean to say tacky, tacky, tacky instead?
Nothing dreadful happens, so the book is fine for middle/high school girls (ages 12-16) who will identify with the frazzled emotions, misunderstandings, blabber-mouths, and a desperate desire for a pair of tacky glitter boots.
Like additional stigmata turned into tacky spouts, the nipples of the beheaded Christ gushed steady streams of water into a round hole cut roughly into the floor.
One Redcar estate has already fallen victim to the style scrooges who have sent off poison pen letters to householders complaining about their tacky lights.