Bored, she dropped the sticker, and another child picked it up and copied her.
And they erupted in cheers when she finally put on a sticker that read "I Voted."
The comic in the middle has a 9.0 sticker on the top left corner and a note that says “WHITE pages.”
So, for example, Nissan this year cut the sticker price of the Leaf to $28,000—a reduction of $6,400, or 18 percent.
The marble is cut and polished in Turkey and labeled with a 'Made in Turkey' sticker.
Use cold cream jars to keep pepper, allspice, and other spices in, and label with a sticker or a piece of surgeon's plaster.
It's not in my line, but I think she's a sticker; I like to see perseverance.
The saddle and saddle-cloth were innocent of bur or sticker; the back was smooth and unbroken.
He's a sticker, that's wot 'e is, and it's my misfortune that 'is mother takes after 'im.
I show his drawing of the action--the Southwell sticker action.
To cheat; swindle; esp, to overcharge; shaft: runs the Bowie garage, routinely sticking what customers come his way (1699+)
boom sticks, carry the stick, dipshit, dope stick, fire stick, get on the stick, gob-stick, have a broom up one's ass, jive stick, kick stick, know what one can do with something, make something stick, shitstick, swizzle-stick, tea-stick, tell someone what to do with something