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sleeve
 v.— «Now all my ink is thought out and is done by noneother than paul booth, he just sleeved my arm last week.» —“achtison ink” by geoiv@aol.com (GeoIV) Usenet: rec.arts.bodyart Apr. 3, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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