In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Another method is to apply wide Scotch tape across the label, rub thoroughly with a solid, flat object, then pull the tape off & trim the edges.
- Do you have a tabloid sized newspaper, some Scotch tape, string, scissors and an appreciation of simple joys?
- Carefully secure the edges with a hot-glue gun (don't bother with Scotch tape - it won't hold!
- It makes me feel old - which is an okay thing to be - except that I still have Scotch tape holding my lampshade together.
- Next, I placed the glass on top of the liner and taped it to the liner using Scotch tape.
- Currently sprawled out all over the thick carpet of Gabby and Rebecca's room were rolls of Christmas wrapping paper, multiple pairs of scissors, and several rolls of Scotch tape.
- The scenes on the board are typed up and then ‘literally cut apart with scissors’ and then ‘married’ together with Scotch tape in the order of the complete script.
- You can take a sample from a surface with some Scotch tape and send it off to a lab to see if it's mold.
- She took a roll of Scotch tape out of her bag and retrieved some pictures from her new binder to hang on her locker door.
- I slid the photograph inside and sealed it shut with Scotch tape.
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