give the wall

give the wall

To give someone else the safest place to walk (which, in earlier times, would have been the walled side of the street). Thank you for giving the wall to me, good sir. I hate walking along such dangerous streets!
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It will be a whole idea soon, and then, oh, unconscious cerebration, you will have to give the wall to your conscious brother.
"However, when you see the piece you will know you are looking at something related to love, passion, and the whole feeling of love."I believe I was invited to be a part of this project because Oman is known for its efforts to build on peace in the world and brotherhood among nations.'Among the artists to paint on the Lennon Wall with Shukairi was Abdullah Mohammad al Maainah, UAE's Ambassador to the Czech Republic, who designed the flag of his country as a student.Meet Art was spearheaded by prominent Czech designer and typographer Pavel Stastny who said the celebrations of 30 Years of Freedom have only just begun and they wanted to give the wall a new face as besides being a Czech symbol, it is also recognised internationally."
How to: Give the wall brackets a few light coats of the gold spray paint, the more coats the more metallic gold it will look.
"You could play with one bright color, or give the wall more impact by painting a bright color within another color."
According to Abrams, the deal will give the wall decor suppliers, as subsidiaries of a public company, access to larger capital markets, and will redirect Megacards into a growth business.
Dieter Neve ATO seal exposed internal brickwork or stonework simply mix up a PVA solution (2 water/1 PVA) and using a large pasting brush give the wall a good soaking.
I usually give the wall a coat of PCA then dotdab plasterboard on to the brick ensuring an even and flush finish.
Following the 20-yearold's murder, his friends have been keen to ensure that not only his name is remembered, but also his talents and last weekend they decided to go back to the skate park and give the wall a new look.
Give the wall a power-wash and scrub, then leave to dry before getting stuck in.
Give the wall a power–wash and scrub, then leave it to dry before getting stuck in.
If you've got an oil-based paint - which is usually shiny - already on the wall, give the wall a coat of acrylic primer before painting on the matt emulsion.
The blocks define the outside of a shower enclosure; lights in the bathroom give the wall a sparkling, faceted glow at night.
Pupils from St Vincent's School in the city have been w orking with community artist Alan Murray to give the wall, previously covered in graffiti, a new-look.
A Before starting to paint, give the wall a good wash down with a high-pressure hose to remove any flaking paint and use a fungicidal solution to remove any slime or moss.
She said: 'I love the way the fireplaces and windows give the wall a face