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DMS

Abbrev. for Director of Medical Services.
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Boots, $130, Doc Martens. Sandals, $168, Maria Sharapova by Cole Haan.
McQueen developed a widespread following for his rebellious style, which was not to everyone's liking - dubbed the "hooligan of English fashion" for his close-cropped hair and Doc Martens by the French press.
P.S.: I no longer own that hideous suit, but 1 think I still have the brown wingtip Doc Martens.
We filmed in 111 degree heat but I was there in a Barbour jacket, moleskin trousers and Doc Martens because Tony comes ill-equipped wardrobe-wise."
"I was managing director of Doc Martens for many years but this is much more fun," he said after his wife's horse Defining, trained by James Fanshawe, had just got the better of a very tight finish to the ten-furlong handicap.
Paintings like Kristin with Kristin's Eyes in Her Head, 2001, a sketchy, drippy acrylic portrait of a young woman sitting at a desk staring blankly out at the viewer, and Jill, Tasty, On the Floor, 2001, a girl in red-and-black plaid pants and punky Doc Martens sitting on a floor strewn with CDs, video-game controls, and a boom box, call to mind days devoted to youthful boredom and disaffection--hanging out listening to music, playing games, and doodling.
Yet this former "punk rock kid in Doc Martens and a trench coat listening to goth" admits that the publication world has changed in recent years, making saucy and sordid the priority if you want to move copies--which isn't entirely bad for the queer reader.
The Mark Morris Dance Group made its San Francisco Bay Area debut in June 1985 at the then-intimate Mission District New Performance Gallery, and a community, then grappling with diluted Cunningham maneuvers, was stunned down to its Doc Martens. The program, one recalls, included The Vacant Chair (Morris in his underwear with a brown paper bag over his head) and Lovey (dolls are abused and ripped apart to recordings by the Violent Femmes).
* Dot-com Al Gore: Black Metallica T-shirt, ripped jeans, Doc Martens. Three piercings, two visible.
Jane showers paeans on Doc Martens boots in its fashion section, just after an ad for the shoeware.
By refusing to change her Doc Martens for proper gym footwear and by refusing to participate in the phys ed curriculum, Tish, like so many students, is telling us the only way she knows how that she has bruises, welts, or that she can't uncover her body for anyone's eyes because she believes others can see her sexual abuse.
He matched an eye-catching Asos suit with an H&M shirt and tie and Doc Martens shoes, proving you don't have to break the bank to win Plate Day's fashion stakes.