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  • noun Plural form of Adidas.

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Examples

  • Divided equally in two parts, the first half explores the too-hip arena of limited issue designer Nikes, Adidases, Converses and other brands that Turtle would likely covet.

    Book Faire : Scrubbles.net

  • Divided equally in two parts, the first half explores the too-hip arena of limited issue designer Nikes, Adidases, Converses and other brands that Turtle would likely covet.

    2009 January : Scrubbles.net

  • Susan's previous image-Patagonia-wearing Northwest good girl-had been shed away for a radicalized look: bent shades, striped Fortrel too-tight top, Angela Bowie hairdo, dirty suede vest, flares, and Adidases.

    Microserfs

  • Great, more domination by the Nikes, Adidases and the like.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • Steve Zissou has now been succeeded by Lotus's badass-looking, overpaid-and-underperforming-while-at-Toyota technical director Mike Gascoyne and his team of lightness-adders, pictured at Jerez wearing custom pairs of yellow-and-green Adidases which match the new Malaysian

    Jalopnik

  • You have to get to the point where your Adidases and Coca-Colas and other major brand advertisers view the mobile channel and say, I understand how to use this.

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  • I myself have a pair of ratty, one year-old pair of green striped Adidases (or Adidi or whatever the plural form of an Adidas shoe is) and they were quite fly in their time.

    Silver Chips Online

  • On another note, two people I interviewed on this blog have recently left their motherships: Stuart Smith from Wieden + Kennedy London has gone to Google Labs in New York, and Dave Birss has left Poke London to focus on his own business, Unchained – a great site that promotes boutique, one-off stores as opposed to the Sainsbury’s, Boots, and Adidases of the world.

    The calculated economics or utter randomness of it all « One Size Fits One

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