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popper

(pŏp′ər)
n.
Slang An ampoule of amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite, used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation.

popper

(pop′ĕr)
A slang term for any of several nitrites, esp. amyl nitrite, inhaled to induce vasodilation, dizziness, or giddiness as a drug of abuse.
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Her weight loss of six stone impressed Weight Watchers, who contacted her last week and asked her if she would model the dress they had commissioned, which is made from hundreds of pieces from tape measures and has a series of draw strings and press studs to reduce its shape.
The vest consists of a front and rear soft armour panel, which join with hook and loop fasteners and press studs at the shoulders and on the waist.
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My studded watch is from Urban Outfitters in San Francisco - it fastens with press studs.
If you don't want to use a zip as a fastener, then there are several other options, such as press studs which can easily be hand sewn.