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flashy, ostentatious jewelry

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The thing was Nelson loved his bling-bling. In fact on deck he looked more like a Christmas tree than an admiral.
I think overall the bling-bling factor has almost had its run now.
YOU'LL have to wait until tomorrow until the fastest men on earth arrive in Athens, arms pumping, bling-bling chains jangling and flashy footwear flying up the course, writes Phil Agius.
George Kovacs flaunts his stuff in this shiny pendant from the Bling-Bling collection of lamps and fixtures.
But even if you're not into the drama scene, maybe you're looking to put excitement back into the romance--even the most sizzle-fizzle relationships lose some bling-bling over time.
High earners are shunning bling-bling and indulging in a passion for second-hand shopping.
A shot of a gold chain being drawn through the links of a fence begins and ends the video, tying bling-bling to both the chains that ghosts rattle and those that shackled slaves.
With the help of her fellow flight attendants, Montana orchestrates an outrageous coast-to-coast scheme that conveniently puts her on planes with former flames that have the most marriage potential: Damon Diesel, a bling-bling music producer; the Reverend Curtis P.
The film takes the fashions of the 50s/60s and magnifies them until they are bold, bright and with even more bling-bling than Sex and the City.
Buoyant and witty, Spirit in Stone is a welcome tonic for the bling-bling weary.
A small cadre of men wearing a large cache of chains, pierces, cuffs, and assorted sterling silver bling-bling were waiting for their no-doubt-distressed calfskin duffel bags.
Well, then you probably aren't among the estimated 250,000 people who came from far and wide to party to the hip-hop beat, to see and to be seen, wearing bling-bling (and sometimes little else), rolling in tricked out Escalades and 7s, fitted with 20s and spinners.
When the bag was recovered later, the jewellery - or "bling-bling" in rap speak - was missing.
Bling-bling! The streets don't need to be paved with gold this spring because it's your feet that are 22 carat!
Like the black culture that produces it, rap is both a new thing and the same ol' same ol'!" Dyson's remark raises the question, how visionary can a hip-hop political movement be that is closely tied to the same ol', same ol', ghetto bling-bling reportage that dominates so much of the rap music incessantly blared into our communities.