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duds

(dədz)
n. clothes. (Always plural.) Are those new duds?
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Retail Excellence Ireland boss David Fitzsimons said shop workers carry out the important task of taking the duds out of circulation.
Another problem as ammo ages is primer decay, leading to duds or hangfires.
The duds were creating the obvious problems of restricting training, and then we had the range fires to prevent.
The prevalence of drug use, weekly drug use, and DUDS increased with increasing levels of alcohol consumption and the presence of AUDs.
They can afford these duds because much of the rest of the world is paying the piper.
The key is to keep your taste Duds buzzing so your salad stays fresh in both senses of the word.
The movie's joke tally runs about 70% winners to 30% duds, a high-enough ratio to make this raunchy rule-breaker more than the title suggests.
With $100 gift certificates in hand, 45 children picked through aisles of clothes, searching for the perfect duds Aug.
But McLeish roasted for signing duds like Emerson and Nuno Capucho says there are no guarantees with any player.
As with all comps, there's always one or two duds in the mix but this one's got a ton of killer stuff and fills out the two CDs well.
Most adults picked whichever Barbie was dressed in the frilly party duds.
Daddy is an action figure modeled after the architect; Mommy, who also moves, is modeled after Simmons--and dons her best Donna Karan duds.
Behind a red scrim covered with white spots, the company is hudled in a cluster, dressed in colorful 1960s duds.
Here's where people plunked down their dough for duds (including both brick-and-mortar and online sales):
Instead, give a gift that will keep the women on your list warm long after the wrapping paper's been cleared and the eggnog's been drunk: Cuddl Duds warm wear.