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rivet

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a person regarded as physically attractive

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a man who is virile and sexually active

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ornament consisting of a circular rounded protuberance (as on a vault or shield or belt)

an upright in house framing

adult male horse kept for breeding

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poker in which each player receives hole cards and the remainder are dealt face up

scatter or intersperse like dots or studs

provide with or construct with studs

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Holes in bearing wall studs (exterior and interior walls that bear the weight of the roof and/or other stories above) may not exceed 40 percent of the width of the stud.
In previous stud-removal operations with traditional removal equipment, the company dedicated more than 20 hours to remove each stud and used up to 120 tons of force to push and pull a total of 16 studs.
The 35-year-old was handed the Stud Staff Award, with a prize of PS10,000, and Employee of the Year Award, which has a prize of PS15,000 for Jess and PS15,000 for the stud, at the glittering Godolphin Stud And Stable Staff Awards, organised by the British Horseracing Authority at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in London on Monday.
GIRLIE girls show your teeth with this lady bow spike stud bag, PS25 at Topshop.
com)-- Stud Construction Products, LLC announced today the national launch of their innovative new patent pending product, Stud-Tape[TM], designed with both the independent and commercial contractor in mind.
Misu Bond moves to Norton Grove Stud Group 1 winners Aussie Rules (above left) and Indian Haven (below right) are relocating to British studs from Ireland
Technology: Fitted to the end of Arnold Wragg's EcoStud is a stainless steel rotor which is locked when the stud is tight but becomes free to spin when the stud begins to lose load.
The new studs will be available shortly, as applicable accessories to a range of new-bodied sensors, and will be supplied with grub screws and Allen keys.
3 To stiffen up the partition, cut timber dwangs and fit them between the centres of the vertical studs.
The embroidered emblem "Studs" sits on the front and backs of Brignac's garments, allowing wearers to open up about their stud identity.
Mechanics need help removing broken bolts and studs.
MULTISCANNER[R] 1520 ONESTEP[TM] has four scanning modes including stud scan to find wood and metal studs or joists up to 3/4" deep, deep stud scan to find wood and metal studs or joists up to 1-1/2" deep, metal mode to search for metal pipes or wire up to three inches deep, and AC scan mode to map out the sub-surface location of hot electrical wires.
The boot, designed by a company in Cambridge,has ``springy'' studs which act like acar's suspension system.