Doc Martens


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Doc Martens

(dɒk ˈmɑːtənz)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) trademark a brand of lace-up boots with thick lightweight resistant soles. In full: Doctor Martens Abbreviation: DMs
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Doc Martens®

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In the astonishing Amadeus, written by Peter Shaffer, he dazzles both audience and lovers alike in pink Doc Martens.
Drama student Rebecca Johnston of Newcastle wore a coat from Tesco and shoes from Doc Martens.
It was all flares and sideburns and Doc Martens as Boro won 3-1 in April 1973 with a brace from Alan Foggan and a John Hickton goal.
Girls in bands in those days, like Bananarama and Alison Moyet, they were wearing dungarees and Doc Martens.
The ECHO previously reported a PS2,800 one-of-a-kind pair of Liverpool FC Adidas Sambas being listed on e-Bay, as well as Doc Martens featuring LFC's famous logo.
Cinderella is no simpering heroine but a feisty girl who wears sparkly Doc Martens to the ball.
I'M assuming that there can't be many reading this who hasn't worn a pair of Doc Martens at some time or other, or had a relation that did.
Audrey Handem, 17, Luxem-|bourg: Boots - Doc Martens, Jeggins - American Eagle, Plaid Top and Varsity Jacket - Forvever 21, Scarf - H&M, Bag - Vanessa Bruno
On one night there had been a lot of trouble with skinheads ghting and, instead of banning them, because he would lose out on their beer money, he made them hand in their Doc Martens and they where walking around in their socks, still thinking they looked hard.
Sparks' three-minute film will be played in Newcastle's Doc Martens store on Grainger Street throughout the summer.
She was followed by the Doctor, looking dapper in his outfit of three-button wool coat, dark trousers, polished Doc Martens and white shirt with the top button done up.