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plonked

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LIKE a green and orange island plonked on top of the planet, the world of the Wickerman Festival surprises many with its weekend of music and fun.
A hat that matched her hair colour exactly (it would have looked great on a brunette) and looked like she'd plonked a bird's nest on top of her head.
If a housing estate is plonked on top of the reservoir, all that will change.
This renders the 32 double page images on which they are plonked only partially readable.
George, 35, casually dressed and barely noticed by passers-by, plonked himself down on a milk crate at a street corner near Central Park as he browsed the films on offer.
Yet defender Nemanja Vidic (right) raised a few smiles by refusing to let go of the fake Russian bearskin or the replica Moscow Police hat that were both plonked on his head by delighted United fans after the game.
These baby barn owls have been plonked in wine glasses to be fed their daily morsels of meat.
The outcome is that from Dallas to Dubai, models developed in temperate climates, such as the glass curtained, air-conditioned, energy-guzzling office block are simply plonked down in patently unsuitable settings.
Vic decided she didn't want to sit with the plebs so plonked herself in a seat at the top table.
The most conspicuous intervention is the Monolith, a 34m cube clad in craggy rusted Cor-Ten plating and plonked in the lake, where it broods enigmatically.
Tina Fey stars as the producer of a live TV sketch show who suddenly has new boss Alec Baldwin plonked on her.