Noun : an LP that can hold nearly 10 times as much as the old shellac. From Dictionary.com.
Hint: he won't touch that one with a ten-foot bottle of hair shellack. From Wordnik.com. ["Leave Christmas ALONE!!!!"] Reference
And, you need to stain the hardwood, and put a finishing gloss, or shellack. From Wordnik.com. [Sexy Old Album Covers From My Father.] Reference
However, these themes are hidden beneath a shellack of style and action, fun to look at and watch though they are. From Wordnik.com. [Brandon's Word: The Book of Eli is Stylish, But Also Slight « FirstShowing.net] Reference
Many other forms are of value to man by producing material of commercial value such as lac, shellack, dyes, medicines, etc. From Wordnik.com. [An Elementary Study of Insects] Reference
The Democrats are between a rock and a hard place ~ they can go against Patraeus's optimistic September report and we will shellack them with accusations of deserting the troops and believe me ~ they'll fold faster than a tent in a sandstorm. From Wordnik.com. [MEMO TO THE PRESIDENT / KARL ROVE] Reference
That would build your reputations as posters with personal integrity (in low supply among neo-cons, I know) who prefer to elevate these conversations into an honest sharing of opinons, rather than seizing on the openings others provide to shellack them. From Wordnik.com. [Think Progress » Harry Reid: No Good Military Options in Iran] Reference
I sanded down the whole thing to get rid of the bad shellack job (not mine), then gave it 4 coats of paint and one coat of clear lacquer. From Wordnik.com. [ikea hacker] Reference
On behalf of Brown and the CIA, Ferri-Pisani (a drug smuggler connected with Marseilles crime lord Antoine Guerini), hired goons to shellack striking Communist dock workers. From Wordnik.com. [Dandelion Salad] Reference
While Republicans posted two hard-fought gubernatorial victories on Nov. 3, McDonnell's path to victory is the one that most encourages the GOP, a remarkable case of a social conservative who made his name in politics as an abortion opponent yet managed to reverse a Democratic trend in Virginia and shellack his opponent by nearly 18 percent while largely steering clear of cultural issues. From Wordnik.com. [AroundTheCapitol.com] Reference
2. Is the shellack only to protect the cardboard or also to protect the pencildrawing. From Wordnik.com. [Scumbling the Lights] Reference
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