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Descriptive of a paint finish that is not smooth owing to undispersed pigment particles or insoluble gel particles in the paint.
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At the same time, it has been careful to distance itself from the seedier elements of the Jade Helm furor, branding itself as an effort to help the military's efforts, not thwart them.
It's Christmas Eve and the hunt goes on through the seedier parts of Los Angeles.
I'm not saying there "I'm not saying there isn't another seedier side isn't another seedier side t't he industry because t't he industry because there is.
s all Just when you thought this debacle couldn't get any seedier.
In his superb 2008 thriller "Revanche," Goetz Spielmann followed his characters from the seedier streets of Vienna to a quiet rural hideaway.
In his latest case, Hole is once again drawn into Oslo's seedier side, the Norwegian capital under attack from a serial killer who likes killing policemen at the scenes of previous unsolved murders.
In a candid interview with Malcolm Conn, one of the journalists, whom Warner insulted on Twitter along with another journalist Robert Craddock for an article by Craddock on the seedier side of the IPL, the cricketer appeared to move on and settled for a handshake and a chat to resolve their differences, News.
In this book, he invites locals and tourists alike to step into Portland, Oregon's seedier side of the 1860s to the early 1900s.
At other times he would leave his palace in disguise to frequent Rome's seedier taverns; bar room brawls were not uncommon.
That the audience of "Forever Crazy" is so different from the seedier clientele of Maameltein's other strip joints is a testament to the position Crazy Horse holds as a linchpin of Paris' tourist circuit, with all the respectability and glamor this confers.
In Green Zone, he has shifted from the seedy side of fictional espionage to the even seedier business of real-world wartime intelligence--specifically, the faulty reports that Saddam Hussein held large stocks of weapons of mass destruction.
I have heard that the closing of the seedier hotels has forced a rethink of the marketing strategies used by certain ladies of ill repute.