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dotted or adorned with or as with studs or nailheads

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Fun Bumps not only take pleasure to the next level with a studded condom experience like no other, but the touch of mint flavoring adds an additional sensation to this latest offering in our condom collection.
Members of the public who testified on the bills were largely supportive of the concept, noting that studded tires, whose use is allowed only in winter in Oregon, cause $40 million or more in damage to the state's roads every year.
Short of an outright ban on studded tires, drivers who want to use them should pay for the damage they cause, said Peter Dinsdale, a Salem resident.
BAG this black studded shopper, PS39, at Dorothy Perkins.
MIX your trends with this Reverse studded leopard print cardigan, PS48, Republic.
LIVEN up a little black dress with these studded metal bangles pounds 10 from Freedom at Topshop.
These studded heel platform shoes cost just pounds 15 from Primark.
03 GET the look of girl band The Saturdays with a studded boobtube dress, designed by Una for Rare and available in grey, black and navy.
When they were first introduced in Ontario in the late 1960s, studded tire use rose rapidly from about two per cent to 32 per cent in 1970, causing severe pavement damage and increased safety hazards, prompting a ban in 1971.
It's should be a legislative no-brainer, then, that the 16 percent of Oregon motorists who insist on using studded tires, despite the availability of effective alternatives, should pay for the damage they cause.
Purple velour coat, pounds 85, black faux leather trousers, pounds 45, studded slouch bag, pounds 40, and leather gloves, pounds 28, all Wallis
Daffodils are blooming, frogs are croaking, cats are in heat - and still, some drivers in Western Oregon persist in keeping studded tires on their cars and trucks.