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sticker

1. A narrow rectangular strip of wood used to separate pieces of lumber in piles.
2. A piece from which molding is cut.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Give them an American history lesson, says a new group of gay and lesbian activists, who plastered the state capital, Boise, with 170 stickers that read HETEROSEXUALS ONLY.
The Philippine National Police Highway Patrol Group (PNP-HPG) operatives have apprehended motorists using stickers bearing HPG's logo and name, averaging 10 violators per week in the province.
The Facebook-owned service announced the launch of new chat sticker in Stories, called "Join Chat" sticker, the official tweet revealed.
Vehicle sticker prices are $45 for passenger automobiles; $30 for motorcycles and motorbikes; and $68 for Class B trucks.
The sticker section has three main icons - clock, star and heart.
In celebration of its seventh anniversary in Taiwan on June 23, LINE is offering three sets of animated stickers featuring popular LINE characters and BT21 UNIVERSTARS in a thank-you event - for free.
They write: "Young football fans will have to pay an absolute fortune to get their hands on every sticker this summer, thanks to a hefty price hike.
He said: "The first sticker you buy is absolutely guaranteed not to be a duplicate.
Harper said: "The first sticker you buy is absolutely guaranteed not to be a duplicate.
In 2016 Prof Harper calculated that the average cost of filling the brand's 680-space Euro sticker book was PS374, meaning the cost has more than doubled from that this year.