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- n. Variant of bling bling.
- n. Ostentatious display of richness or style.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. flashy, ostentatious jewelry
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These dress-code offenders wear baggy pants, du-rags, flash their \ "bling bling\" like gold chains, and \ "decorative orthodontic appliances\" like gold teeth, and tattoos, bringing too much of black urban ghetto life to an elite college that fashions itself as the paragon of black manhood.
* bling bling* how do u make the chain photo frames at the bottom? so nice!
(In fact, its around that time the term bling was born.) "It was about creating a signature," according to Memsor Kamarake, fashion director of Vibe magazine.
I have to admit that the woman with the 'bling' is actually from Guatemala, Santiago Atitlan on the shores of Lake Atitlan.
Was the dress, with strategically placed holes that revealed what Ciara called "a little skin bling" — aka sparkly body lotion — from Lord & Taylor?
Inside, the vehicle is the ultimate in bling-chic, with electric curtains, massaging seats, plasma TVs, racks for glasses, decanters and – most importantly of all – a safe in which real estate or coal mining barons can store the sky-scraping piles of banknotes that drive their businesses.
Momon told jurors he initially tried to cover his tracks—burning between $30,000 and $60,000 in cash in a "turkey fryer" in his suburban Washington home, and filing down the engravings on jewelry he called "bling," that he said he tossed into the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers.
Jennifer Meyer's bling is a favorite of Hollywood's finest, and now her Star necklace, which benefits Stand Up to Cancer, is hanging from the necks of Jennifer Aniston and Meryl Streep.
The Christmas bling is over here now Naval Warfare Britain which I'm sure you will all agree is a very important category of a sub-category of a sub-sub category indeed.
After X3 & Wolvie, when I think of Hugh Jackman & FOX, I think of them as the parents who have iPhones & use the word bling bling around their kids trying to impress them with their so called "acute" knowledge of whats hip.. only inciting absolute embarrassment at the mere attempt instead.
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