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riding crop

a short whip with a thong at one end and a handle for opening gates at the other
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The state investigation also found Augustus used the riding crops and whips as a "desire to exert dominance over her female patients and her inability to accept personal responsibility," according to NBC-affiliated television station WMC. 
I have illustrated a silver-plated cruet from about 1880 in the form of riding boots and hat, even the tiny salt spoons are modelled on riding crops. These are not to be found easily and would cost now over PS200 from a specialist dealer.
At number two is a 21-inch riding crop, which was ingested by an overexcited boxer dog in Newton Abbot.
Over the course of 15 or so minutes, her naked body is whipped, spanked and teased, with Christian's firm use of a riding crop likely to cause a complaint to the Jockeys' Association in any other situation.
Its official spin-off merchandise includes replicas from the books such as handcuffs, a riding crop, spanking paddle, blindfold, the silver balls and now high-end luxury bondage items.
More than 60 retailers in the shopping village, next to the collecting ring From riding crops to radiance balms - and everything in between - the shopping village will be filled with a selection of make-up and beauty products, branded clothing and accessories with plenty of delicious foodie gifts, too, to take away.
The print features stylish silhouettes of jumping horses and riders, rosettes and trophies as well as saddles, riding crops and bits in muted block colours, and packed with personality it will give any room a hint of individuality from girl's bedrooms to boot rooms.
But the ladies' shopping lists don't end with rope - there are also riding crops and handcuffs and, of course, the book's signature silver-grey tie.
Agent Provocateur, who are fronted by actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, planned saucy ads on the sides of taxi cabs featuring corsets, leather boots and riding crops.
Supporters say the law has been used to secure acquittals for parents accused of beating their children with everything from lumps of wood to electrical cables and riding crops.
For me, a cad (the thing we're consistently told Hewitt is supposed to be) conjures images of Jilly Cooper novels, Carry On movies, riding crops and fumblings in haystacks - certainly not a figure to be taken seriously.
Outside, you could hear the clopping rhythm of real horses, ridden past the bus-stop by straight-backed young women with downy skin, undulating in their pert black helmets, buttoned tunics, jodhpurs and riding crops. The sweat of appreciation glowed beneath the bowlers of the men awaiting a more sedate form of transport.