- n a small sharp-pointed tip resembling a spike on a stem or leaf
- n an adhesive label
- n a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem
- n a short knife with a pointed blade used for piercing or stabbing
- Slapping unwanted bumper stickers on SUVs, he claims, "is just fighting the good fight with a sense of humor.
- The Queen Of Stickers .
- Sorkin's station KSFO started printing the sticker, and before it knew what had happened, 60,000 had been given away.
- John Edwards in Forbes
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards called President Bush's global war on terrorism a "political slogan, a bumper sticker, that's all it is" in the second primary debate pitting the eight Democratic candidates.
- Mitt Romney in Guardian Unlimited
Besides his criticism of Obama, Romney said: "It's my personal belief that having someone like John Edwards, a senator, who goes out and communicates that there is no global war on terror - that it's just a Bush bumper sticker - I think that is a...
- Kent Conrad in Washington Post
It just gives you sticker shock. Every time you turn around it's another $100 billion,Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, DN.D., said of Bush's war spending.