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  • She was wearing a pair of reading glasses that had a Pop Art zaniness of character, teardrop frames polka-dotted with drops of primary color.

    Excerpt: The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris

  • Noah Webb for The Wall Street Journal In the living room, undulating, polka-dotted prototypes for "Ravioli" chairs Mr. Lynn designed for Swiss furniture company Vitra stand out against a wall of books; limited-edition skateboards hung tip-to-tip circle the room.

    Packed with Design

  • DETROIT -- Tyree Guyton is best known for transforming a deteriorating Detroit neighborhood into a colorful, outdoor polka-dotted art gallery.

    Detroit Artist Uses 10,000 Shoes To Bring Together Community, Raise Homelessness Awareness (PHOTOS)

  • In the living room, undulating, polka-dotted prototypes for "Ravioli" chairs Mr. Lynn designed for Swiss furniture company Vitra stand out against a wall of books; limited-edition skateboards hung tip-to-tip circle the room.

    Little House, Packed With Design

  • Far from being the docile “cows” of the insect world, these polka-dotted wonders are more like leopards!

    2009 June | ScienceJunkies.com

  • Eliza Doolittle: a different color nail polish for each fingernail and a red polka-dotted dress dressed up her music which makes for cute, frivolous fun.

    Mark R. Collins: Totally Tweetable Reference Guide to the Buzz Bands of SXSW

  • And dark chocolate cookies with red bits of candy in them ... candy corn to be precise ... well, that conjured up pretty images of polka-dotted discs just waiting to be set upon by a particular sugar-loving fiend.

    Good in Theory

  • Missions are related to the fictional company Socks Inc., which is headed by Mr. Barnsworth, a polka-dotted sock puppet with a pipe-cleaner mustache.

    New Games Link Tech and Reality

  • The stage histories are recounted with snippets of flair, as the flamboyantly arrayed Bourne, in what appear to be red polka-dotted tap shoes, gingerly ventures a verse or two of song and dance.

    Theater review: 'On the Fringe: Eye on Edinburgh' at the Kennedy Center

  • But the bathroom was deserted too, the pink polka-dotted shower curtain pushed to one side.

    Choker

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