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“Would you be interested in buying a diamond-studded teabag necklace from me? jb says:”
“CLEVELAND mdash; Daniel Gibson slipped an expensive gold chain over his head and touched its dangling diamond-studded medallion.”
“CLEVELAND — Daniel Gibson slipped an expensive gold chain over his head and touched its dangling diamond-studded medallion.”
“The pear-shaped pearl, which dangled from a diamond-studded Cartier necklace, was only expected to sell for up to $3 million, but at least a dozen bidders chased after the piece and a telephone bidder ultimately won it.”
“Mr. Hirst's dead sharks and electrocuted flies, butchered lambs and diamond-studded crania are all reminders of the futility of human struggle and the inevitability of death.”
“Mad Men siren Christina Hendricks sported a $250,000 Neil Lane gold and diamond-studded hair pin Sunday.”
“He tried to look past her diamond-studded nose into the apartment.”
“On his lapel, Danny wore a custom-designed diamond-studded I.L.A. pin.”
“For the ceremony, I had my team cover the walls with white drapery and build two magnificent archways uplit in white, and decked with diamond-studded white roses.”
“What people might be less familiar with, however, is the soundtrack from the film â€ and if you're a diamond-studded vampire looking to woo your lady love with some sweet, sweet music like I am, then Amazon has the deal for you.”
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