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spray painting

[′sprā ‚pānt·iŋ]
(engineering)
Applying a fine, even coat of paint by means of a spray nozzle.

spray painting

Applying paint by means of a spray gun; provides a very uniform film, can cover evenly an object of irregular shape; esp. useful for painting large areas or mass-produced items.
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Transform a bed, such as the Lucy from Next shown above, using a spraypaint in your favourite colour
The mysteriouslynamed PoSh oNe will be one of a group of people using spraypaint to decorate a vintage railway carriage housing DJs and hip hop artists over the weekend.
If he was not at his regular job he would be in his friend's workshop by the docks helping him spraypaint forklift trucks.
The Chronicle unmasked FECH and identified him as Moore, after he was caught on CCTV daubing his name in alleyways and on buildings, often climbing into dangerous roofs and up tall chimneys to use his spraypaint, mainly in the New Bridge Street area.
They may spraypaint branches silver or gold and then hang baubles and also make their own garlands.
A TEENAGE schoolgirl was so upset when she saw the work of spraypaint vandals outside a pioneering peace centre that she offered to clean up the mess.
The walls are decorated with spraypaint graffiti and it is not uncommon to have to step over a comatose body, with or without a needle by its side'
He was attacked along with two pals including Jonathan McKee who lived because the knife pierced a can of spraypaint in his rucksack.
He was found with a kit bag containing rubber gloves, masks, metal boots, spraypaint canisters and sketched designs.
He tells the heartfelt story of contemporary Irish urban life in Party On, Spraypaint Backalley and Sing All Our Cares Away.
He was linked through DNA to a kit bag containing rubber gloves, masks, spraypaint canisters and sketches.