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  • Vans teams up with Eric "Adorn" Elms for this signature pair of Vans.

    Comments for Weekly Drop

  • The Tacori diamond ad puts it well, Adorn her like a queen.

    Claire Wasserman: How to Make Chess Cool (and Other Marketing Conundrums)

  • We couldn't quite decipher the themed floor plan ("Muse," "Relish," "Adorn," etc.), but Starhill has two unique attributes to recommend it: a staggering array of more than 100 watch designers (including many who rarely operate stand-alone boutiques, such as Audemars Piguet and Ulysse Nardin) and "Feast Village," a clever and creative place to have a meal.

    Kuala Lumpur Update

  • But should not the same Heroic Virtue, the same Fortitude, patience and Resolution, that Crowns the memory of the ancient Matron, Adorn the Character of Each modern Fair who Adopts the signature of Portia.6

    Caesars’ Wives

  • Adorn eyes with silver tinsel lashes by Manic Panic.

    Pandora Young: Sparkling Cosmetics for a Stellar New Year's Eve

  • Adorn your atrocious human rights record by appointing a "human rights" chief, and lo and behold, grievous government wrongs are transformed magically into robust human rights protections.

    Alemayehu G. Mariam: Ethiopian Groundhog Year 2010

  •   Adorn my old girlfriends in pink widow's veils and Victoria's Secret smuttery, and have them sing an A Cappella version of “Just a Gigolo.”

    My Totally Awesome Funeral

  • His motto was Cherish the Past, Adorn the Present, Construct for the Future, which could come straight from an American mangement guru.

    A note from Portmeirion

  • Adorn thy bridal chamber, O Sion, and receive Christ the King.

    Candlemas Day

  • Adorn your back yard with a sweet fabric scrap banner.

    The Crafty Cookout

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