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sharpie

n. a clever operator; a clever person. She’s a real sharpie. She’ll take you for everything you’ve got.
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In the latest twist in social media, so-called Sharpie parties have become a new form of protest in California, particularly by people upset about the continuing pace of home foreclosures.
With a Sharpie, kids can't erase, which also reminds them that if they create a line they don't like, they can change it by adding another line.
Mr Sharpies, a married man with a grown-up son and daughter, is thought to have left his home in Charnwood Close at about 1.
Creadon has also assembled a great group of celebrity talking heads -- everyone from Bill Clinton to Jon Stewart (whose aggressive solving style is hilarious; the man uses a Sharpie, for crying out loud
We want to know how many times they've looked at shopping pages as opposed to content pages," says Sharpies.
Goodman also shows, but refuses to tell, how the very infrastructure of dubs and booking that helped bring rock to the people came about only because money-grubbing sharpies like Barcelona made it happen - and they made it happen because they knew people's desire for rock music could equal money for them.
Suzanne Sharpies, 45, and Mark Waterhouse, 45, discovered dents and scratches on their blue Citroen Picasso when they went to pick it up the following morning.
Yeah, the Clippers, those sharpies, gaming the system.
With the help of Joseph Sharpies, the author of the latest Pevsner Architectural Guide to Liverpool, and Louise O' Brien, from English Heritage, they researched and collected detailed information surrounding their chosen photographs.
The fest had some top-drawer talent on hand in February and they put their Sharpies to work on the Vespa LX 150.
White-tipped Sharpies are more destructive to the school environment, bus stops and buses,'' said Councilman Frank Ferry, who has proposed the restriction.
I use Sharpies every day -- a simple click and an autograph will get us that much closer to the goal which will help provide kids with the tools they need to succeed.
Brown and Ho combined to shoot 63 in the opening best-ball competition, then 68 in the alternate shot Pinehurst format, where they were challenged by a pair of short-course sharpies.
For me, there's the Seabiscuit statue, honoring Santa Anita's first superstar; the odds board up near the roof on the back of the grandstand, beckoning the real sportsmen among the fancy people in the walking ring; the footpaths to and from the paddock, upon which even a 1/100th owner of a $10,000 claimer feels like a billionaire walking between staring fans; the giant ``Shoe Wants You'' poster that adorns a grandstand stairwell, recalling a classic old ad campaign; Clockers' Corner, one of sports' great gathering spots; the elegant main room of the clubhouse; the clubhouse mezzanine where the jockeys' agents and other sharpies gather; and the underground Paddock Room that's still thick with down-and-dirty atmosphere if no longer with cigarette smoke.