dog collar

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Synonyms for dog collar

a collar for a dog

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a stiff white collar with no opening in the front

necklace that fits tightly around a woman's neck

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I'm not going to wear a dog collar until Mugabe is gone.
The receiver includes a high resolution screen, video and audio output and Internet Protocol (IP) streaming, allowing video received from the dog collar to be streamed immediately to control rooms or other rescuers.
com)-- ALU[R] Collars are adjustable dog collars and come in four different sizes, Mini (8" - 14"), Medium (14" - 18"), Large (16" - 20"), and X-Large (18" - 24").
The team of academics, who presented their findings at the 2013 UbiComp conference in Zurich, created a hitech, waterproof dog collar for the study.
1 DOG COLLAR MUSEUM, Leeds Castle, Maidstone A COLLECTION of more than 100 dog collars, mostly dating from the Middle Ages.
said Tuesday it will launch a cloud computing health management service for dogs on Wednesday, using a pedometer that can be attached to a dog collar.
Answer: The primary use of a dog collar is to restrain your dog's movements.
The Retrieva dog collar includes Podsystem's MultiNet Europe SIM, which roams on every network in every European country for a fixed low cost and automatically switches between networks if coverage is patchy or if a network is not available, so that the device remains connected.
A wireless dog collar set to hit the market this year is just one of a plethora of new devices the telephone company hopes will catch on with U.
For people who don't carry Swiss Army knives, Bark4Beer has developed a dog collar and bottle opener in one.
Vicar of Moseley, the Rev Jeremy Dussek, said he won't be the only one wearing a dog collar at St Mary's, Moseley, with about 50 animals expected.
The original version of the toy, which has a handset and a microphone attached to a dog collar, won the Ig Nobel Prize in 2002.
Trinny meets mayor Louise Eastwood, whose very English style is making her look a good decade older than her actual age, while Susannah spends time with vicar Rosie Harper, who thinks it's hard to feel feminine in a dog collar.
Putin recently had his totalitarian techs whip up a satellite-tracked dog collar for his black labrador, Koni.