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shoe polish

n. liquor; whiskey; inferior whiskey. The old lush would be delighted to get some of your shoe polish.
See also: polish, shoe
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Some mums even admitted to craving the smell of tree bark and shoe polish, while some claimed to have craved combinations of foods, including bananas with marmite, ice cream and chips and Nutella-topped cheese and onion crisps.
Also, what if no one knew the shoe polish repels water?
Make sure the surface is clean and dry, then work the shoe polish into the scratch.
Michael Willoughby of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office said the shoe polish could easily be removed.
Shoe polish, eyebrow pencils, markers, watercolors, fingernail polish and iodine thinned to the right shade with denatured alcohol are just a few of the possibilities.
Shoe polish Did you know there are at least 10 grades of shoe leather polish?
I'd simply give it a good polish with a neutral shoe polish (paste), buff it up and then admire your handiwork.
Boys aged 12-17 years were more likely to inhale nitrous oxide, sometimes sold in vials called whippets, to get high, but girls in that age range were more likely to use other forms of inhalants, including glue, shoe polish, spray paint, and aerosol hair sprays.
If his hearing fails him, sometimes he will look for evidence-like shoe polish.
The types of inhalants most frequently mentioned as having been used by recent initiates included glue, shoe polish, or toluene (30.
Such products include glue, shoe polish, gasoline, lighter fluid, and the propellants in spray deodorant, hair sprays, and canned whipped cream.
The most commonly used inhalants reported were glue, shoe polish and gasoline.
And it is clear from the start that their clumsy attempts to fool Padraig by painting an orange cat with black shoe polish are doomed to failure.
the USA-based maker of Kiwi shoe polish, is suing Pell Inc.