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stuccoed

slang Drunk. Likely a play on the more common slang term "plastered." I'll come with you for a beer or too, but I don't want to get totally stuccoed tonight.

stuccoed

(ˈstəkod)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (A play on plastered.) The guy was too stuccoed to drive and couldn’t stand up to walk.
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For the stuccoed wall area my initial thought was to stuff the pallet walls with grass insulation, which in turn would fill the gaps between the slats and provide a sufficient base for the stucco finish.
Over time, almost all of Europe "got stuccoed" (Photo 4).
The 2-by-6s were nailed in place after the house and both walls had been stuccoed. To help support the curved end of the counter, a shallow knee brace extends from under the counter back to the bouse wall.
baroque room trays / wall surfaces with plastic stucco ornaments, stuccoed window niches, polished hard stucco surfaces and elaborately stuccoed ceiling surfaces with vaulted cove areas.
I built a tire-house (or earthship) here, and to minimize upkeep I stuccoed all exterior walls that were exposed.
Here the traditional stuccoed buildings are painted earth shades of ochre and terracotta, and agricultural greenhouses cling to terraced mountainsides.
The restaurant's east end responds to the north-south axis of the Platzgasse opposite on the square's northern frontage, while the stuccoed rotunda, centred on its masonry cube, provides the formal culmination and the essential turning movement into the square itself, from the major Hirschstrasse approach.