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“Few family feuds feature gem-studded automatons facing off against zombies, but this quirky short fantasy by Hugo-winner Bear (By the Mountain Bound) is the exception.”
“Two men stepped out of a Bentley Continental Flying Spur limousine, pretended to be shoppers and chatted up store staff before producing handguns and stealing diamond and gem-studded rings, necklaces, pendants and earrings.”
“The third show, "A Night in India," is up through Wednesday at Nirvana International, a jewelry and fine-art boutique on West Broadway in TriBeCa, where gemologist Amit Sharma designs contemporary pieces and sells them alongside colorful, gem-studded vintage jewelry.”
“Poor people living in rags walk into churches in Rome that are filled with gold, gem-studded statues (idols?) of dead people whom the Church has anointed as spiritual celebrities (saints).”
“In a promo for the show, Mr. Weir participates in a photo shoot in which he, wearing nothing but women's high heels, gloves and gem-studded leggings, emerges from a giant gold Fabergé egg.”
“He also presented Clinton with a gem-studded portrait of her and her daughter, laughing and wearing conical Vietnamese hats, copied from a photograph taken during the 2000 visit.”
“He also presented Clinton with a gem-studded portrait of her and her daughter, laughing and wearing Vietnamese conical hats, copied from a photograph taken during the 2000 visit.”
“She was over six feet tall, with a magnificent body only nominally covered by her brief clothing, and strapped to her hip was a gem-studded blaster.”
“Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images A model displayed a gem-studded necklace by an Indian designer during a fashion show in New Delhi.”
“Ms. Cressler, who keeps her business cards in a gem-studded case bearing a martini insignia, would not take no for an answer.”
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