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thick

1. mod. stupid; thickheaded. She’s sort of thick, but she means well.
2. mod. involved (with someone). They’re thick as can be.
3. mod. unbelievable. This story is too thick for me. I’m cruising outa here.
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As well as avoiding painting the wall too thickly, the reason for this is that you might use tester colours on the wall that are hard to cover with the colour you choose - ie dark under light.
According to media reports, three children died and their parents were injured due to collapse of dilapidated home roof in thickly populated Deen Bahar colony area of Peshawar .
KARACHI -- A known social worker and Secretary General of Khadmin-e-Millat Pakistan (KMP) Saghir Ali Siddiqui has demanded of the authorities concerned for setting up traffic signals here at Faria Chowk in a thickly populated locality in Gulzar-e-Hijri (Scheme 33).
But Slimming World has come up with an Irish Stew recipe that doesn't pile on the pounds: 800g neck fillet of lamb, with fat removed; 1.2 litres of stock 250g swede, peeled and thickly sliced and 250g carrots, peeled and thickly sliced 500g peeled shallots, 3 thyme sprigs 5 tbsp chopped flat-leaf parsley, salt and freshly ground black pepper Cut lamb into bite-sized chunks and place ingredients in pan.
INGREDIENTS: 2tbsp olive oil, plus extra for frying the almonds; 1 carrot, thickly chopped; 1 stalk celery, thickly chopped; 1 onion, thickly chopped; 1 turnip, thickly chopped; 2 garlic cloves, chopped; 150g/51/2oz baby button mushrooms, halved; 250g/9oz green lentils; 1.2 litres/2 pints vegetable stock; 1 bay leaf; 1 sprig rosemary; 4 sprigs thyme; handful almonds; 1tbsp ground cinnamon; 10 cherry or baby plum tomatoes, quartered Almond lentil stew (serves 3-4) then reduce the heat and simmer for around 45 minutes.
Ronseal Anti-Damp Paint often covers in one coat, but some stains require a couple of (thin) coats - don''t apply it too thickly because you''ll get a poor finish.
Ingredients 200g Essential Waitrose tagliatelle 2 tbsp Essential Waitrose mild and light olive oil 1 essential Waitrose leek, thinly sliced and rinsed 1 clove of garlic, crushed 2 tbsp fresh thyme, chopped 250g Essential Waitrose mushrooms, thickly sliced ' x 250g bag Essential Waitrose spinach, washed thoroughly and drained Method Cook the tagliatelle according to the pack instructions.
Fortunately, the DS's roof was thickly padded, the single spoke steering wheel collapsible and the spare wheel in front of the radiator, taking the brunt of the impact.
I WAS walking through Liverpool city centre on Saturday and, as I looked towards Williamson Square, I could see crowds of people packed in thickly.
The photographer Peter Moore was the visual historian of a thickly busy period in New York art that began in the early '60s, when he grew fascinated by the blossoming of what his archive calls "Fluxus, happenings, performance art, experimental music, and dance." With his wife, Barbara Moore, he was a part of this community as well as its observer and documentarian.
Slice potatoes thickly and blanch in lightly salted boiling water.
Charlotte uses bright colours and thickly layered paint in her floral and landscape paintings.
A train 'shrieks and cries(6) as it comes tearing on resistless to the goal: and now its way, still like the way of Death, is strewn with ashes thickly. Everything around is blackened.
NA 243 constituency includes the thickly populated Gulshan e Iqbal as well as several of its surrounding localities.
However team did not reach scores of medical stores and clinics of quacks situated in thickly populated areas of Manoabad, Gharibabad, Liaquatabad, Taj Colony and old city area.