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  • Dolls are Bounts' power given a physical form and act as their weapons.
  • Dolls are very similar to puppets, but as Doll Hidou stated many times Dolls don't share the same weaknesses as puppets because: 1. * The joints of a doll aren't as exposed so can't be targeted like puppet joints. 2. * They can conceal weapons much more effectively. 3. * They can be fit with 'Fake' souls and given heat signatures and maintain personalities. Human Puppets have extra benefits: 1. * They don't need living cells to have a chakra network. 2. * They can perform Jutsu of the original person 3. * They can maintain the personalities of the original person.
  • Dolls are usually market towards girls.
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  • Dolls is the thirteenth episode of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the third episode of season 2.
  • The gruesome discovery of a 5-year-old girl's body puts Detective Benson and Stabler on a desperate hunt for a serial kidnapper, whose latest victim's life hangs in the balance.
  • Acting as the eye candy of Midan's dirty streets, The Midian City Dolls are the city's beloved whores. Gritty and tough ladies who offer up the darkest fantasies, sexual needs and more to the city's residents. Constantly tempting and teasing, you often can't resist their natural charm and promises of what's to come.Coralie and her girls presently operate out of the Peep Show (Faction HQ). Looking for a time you won't forget? They'll make sure of it... for the right price.
  • Dolls are emotionless "mediums" which seem like poorly responsive but otherwise normal human beings.
  • "Dolls" is the fourth episode of Season 2 of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the fourteenth episode in the series overall. It originally aired as the seasons third episode on December 2nd, 2007.
  • Dolls is a oneshot fanfiction written and published on FanFiction.Net by Mariani.
  • Dolls (ドールズ Dolls) is a 2002 Japanese movie featuring three separate stories written and directed by Takeshi Kitano.
  • The Dolls are horrific toy babies made of old porcelain whose colors have faded, wear an old fashioned dress, and have cracks in their head. Their heads can be blown off with a shotgun, or beaten with a baseball bat leaving behind their beheaded bodies (and surprisingly, blood). They are exclusive to Conker: Live and Reloaded and first appear in the Barn Boys (specifically when Conker must get the last wad of cash in the locked tunnel area) and later, the Spooky chapters. Their blood appears to be a dark black paint or ink.
  • Dolls are a frequent motif in Lost. With their recurrence, they likely symbolically represent a tragic loss involving children or innocent people. * Jack saw a doll just under the water, along with other former passenger possessions and debris from the former cargo compartment of the plane. ("White Rabbit") * Charlie had a dream about his childhood where his father, a butcher, was ridiculing music as a career to young Charlie and decapitating a doll on a butcher's cutting block. ("Fire + Water") * Kate saw a doll on the ground while traveling with Jack to the Line. She picked it up without thinking and ended up getting caught in one of Danielle's traps with Jack. ("S.O.S.") * Sawyer almost fell for a similar trap, but Kate stopped him before he triggered it. ("Live Together
  • A violent thunderstorm strands six people in the gothic English countryside including little Judy, who's traveling with her selfish, uncaring father, David Bower, and her callous, arrogant stepmother Rosemary. They are accompanied by an amiable, mild-mannered businessman Ralph, who has given a ride to Isabel and Enid, two British punk rock girls who are hitchhiking. They all wind up at a mansion inhabited by Gabriel and Hilary Hartwicke, a kindly elderly people who appear to be toy makers; their house literally abounds with dolls, puppets, and other beautifully detailed toys. They give Judy a new doll, Mr. Punch, after she had been forced to give up her old teddy bear by her cruel stepmother before they arrived at the house. The Hartwickes invite the stranded travelers to join them for din
  • "Dolls" is an original song by Rozenkreuz-P featuring Kagamine Rin. It was first an original song featuring Hatsune Miku but this version was deleted. No YouTube reprint can be found of the original video; however, a fanmade PV version of it can be found on YouTube. A doll with a living mind inside of her wonders why she was born and why her heart is made of silver after her creator passes away. For many years she sings, dances and hopes that one day she could go to 'that place' where her creator has gone.
  • Means by which KAOS smuggles information and contraband. The first known occurrence of KAOS's use of dolls is the case of agents led by the infamous Herr Bunny operating out of Bowers Department Store who substitute recorded voice cartridges in Polly Dolly dolls with cartridges containing stolen information on Project Skyblast and then send the dolls out of the country [Episode #4: "Our Man in Toyland"].
  • The dolls of Monster High belong to one of five size classes: preadolescent (14-) female, adolescent (15-17) female, adult (18+) female, and two types of adolescent (15-17) male. The dolls of each group share roughly the same body mold, ranging from 25 cm for the preadolescent female body mold, to 27 cm for the adolescent female body mold, to 29 cm for the adult female and the smaller adolescent male body molds, to 31 cm for the larger adolescent male body mold. By far most female dolls utilize the adolescent mold and the male ones favor the smaller adolescent mold. The bodies are made from ABS plastic, while the heads are made from soft PVC plastic. Nearly each character has a unique head sculpt and since Late 2012 torso and limb sculpts have become increasingly diversified too. The hair
  • It started out with a prank. My father would set the doll in my room to scare me. I brushed it off as harmless, just bring the doll back to him, and going on with my day. Since then I've moved out, and I live on my own. I refuse to have any putrid dolls in my home, due to my everlasting fear of them. Upon arrival, we talked a bit, and after a while of conversing, I bring up the fact that weird stuff has been happening. I mentioned too, that I had noticed the doll they used to terrorize me. The shock and horror on their faces was unbelievable. "Welcome home," it said with a reassuring smile.
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  • This Occupation has been listed in two different Departments on IMDb. Since there are hundreds of Occupations that are listed in one or more Departments, the editors of this Wikia have not gotten around them all. You can help by finding out what Departments already link to this Occupations and putting them here. There's already a form you can fill out when you edit this page. Thank you.
  • "Dolls" is an original song by Rozenkreuz-P featuring Kagamine Rin. It was first an original song featuring Hatsune Miku but this version was deleted. No YouTube reprint can be found of the original video; however, a fanmade PV version of it can be found on YouTube. A doll with a living mind inside of her wonders why she was born and why her heart is made of silver after her creator passes away. For many years she sings, dances and hopes that one day she could go to 'that place' where her creator has gone. After many years, she attempts to 'go' to that place with her body which was almost broken and she finally sees the creator she lost so long ago.
  • Dolls are a frequent motif in Lost. With their recurrence, they likely symbolically represent a tragic loss involving children or innocent people. * Jack saw a doll just under the water, along with other former passenger possessions and debris from the former cargo compartment of the plane. ("White Rabbit") * Charlie had a dream about his childhood where his father, a butcher, was ridiculing music as a career to young Charlie and decapitating a doll on a butcher's cutting block. ("Fire + Water") * Kate saw a doll on the ground while traveling with Jack to the Line. She picked it up without thinking and ended up getting caught in one of Danielle's traps with Jack. ("S.O.S.") * Sawyer almost fell for a similar trap, but Kate stopped him before he triggered it. ("Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1") * A sequence of close ups of doll's faces appeared in the brainwashing video shown to Karl in the Room 23. ("Not in Portland") * A Matryoshka doll doll is seen in "Exposé". The doll was used to store diamonds stolen by Nikki and Paulo. * A Hula doll was found by Charlie in "Catch-22". It is assumed that the doll fell out of the helicopter which crashed near the Island. As it was not in the bag with Naomi's other personal items, it's likely that the doll could have been on the helicopter dashboard, or in Naomi's hand as she jumped. * Annie presented Ben with a pair of hand-carved wooden dolls in "The Man Behind the Curtain", designed to represent the two of them. These dolls were a birthday gift, and Ben continued to cherish the "Annie" doll throughout his adulthood. The whereabouts of the "Ben" doll are unknown. * Acccording to The Man in Black, Jacob pulled Sawyer's strings like he was a puppet. ("The Substitute") * Claire kept a substitute baby doll constructed from an animal carcass and fur in a cradle in her hut on the Island, evidently as a replacement for Aaron, whose whereabouts were unknown to her. ("Lighthouse")
  • The Dolls are horrific toy babies made of old porcelain whose colors have faded, wear an old fashioned dress, and have cracks in their head. Their heads can be blown off with a shotgun, or beaten with a baseball bat leaving behind their beheaded bodies (and surprisingly, blood). They are exclusive to Conker: Live and Reloaded and first appear in the Barn Boys (specifically when Conker must get the last wad of cash in the locked tunnel area) and later, the Spooky chapters. Their blood appears to be a dark black paint or ink. They also have minor voicing, if Conker is near them they will say (in a creepy, little demented girl fashion), "We're gonna get you!"; they also grunt when they swipe their hands at Conker.
  • Dolls are Bounts' power given a physical form and act as their weapons.
  • Dolls are very similar to puppets, but as Doll Hidou stated many times Dolls don't share the same weaknesses as puppets because: 1. * The joints of a doll aren't as exposed so can't be targeted like puppet joints. 2. * They can conceal weapons much more effectively. 3. * They can be fit with 'Fake' souls and given heat signatures and maintain personalities. Human Puppets have extra benefits: 1. * They don't need living cells to have a chakra network. 2. * They can perform Jutsu of the original person 3. * They can maintain the personalities of the original person.
  • Dolls are usually market towards girls.
  • The dolls of Monster High belong to one of five size classes: preadolescent (14-) female, adolescent (15-17) female, adult (18+) female, and two types of adolescent (15-17) male. The dolls of each group share roughly the same body mold, ranging from 25 cm for the preadolescent female body mold, to 27 cm for the adolescent female body mold, to 29 cm for the adult female and the smaller adolescent male body molds, to 31 cm for the larger adolescent male body mold. By far most female dolls utilize the adolescent mold and the male ones favor the smaller adolescent mold. The bodies are made from ABS plastic, while the heads are made from soft PVC plastic. Nearly each character has a unique head sculpt and since Late 2012 torso and limb sculpts have become increasingly diversified too. The hair is made of saran or kanekalon fibers, sometimes with tinsel mixed in, but most of the male dolls have molded plastic hair. Female dolls generally feature eleven articulation points, lacking articulated ankles. The male dolls started out with eleven articulation points too, lacking articulated wrists, but since Late 2011 they too have articulated wrists and thus thirteen articulation points under most circumstances. The dolls and accessories are manufactured in Indonesia and China. The degree of difference between dolls and accessories manufactured in Indonesia and dolls and accessories manufactured in China differs between releases. Also, prior to December 2011, all dolls were packaged with stands and brushes of appropriate color. Since then, stands and brushes have been absent from certain lines and packs, usually the budget ones, and those that do have them have them all in the same color, usually black or grey. Each doll comes with a unique haircut and unique outfit, though sometimes a piece of clothing or an accessory may be reused, with small alterations, for another doll. Some dolls are only sold in multipacks or with a playset. 'Signature' and 'Signature'-style dolls as well as San Diego Comic-Con International dolls are almost always packaged with diaries, an extra that is included only with some other doll lines. A variety of other types of doll logs is included with the remaining doll lines. Pet figurines are a kind of doll accessory with a particular history. Prior to 2012, the first doll of a character released in a 'Signature' subline was guaranteed to come with a pet figurine. Starting Late 2011, characters were introduced that do not have a pet according to their profile, and as such when their 'Signature' dolls were released, there was no pet figurine included. Though introduced slowly, nowadays half of the cast has no pet.
  • A violent thunderstorm strands six people in the gothic English countryside including little Judy, who's traveling with her selfish, uncaring father, David Bower, and her callous, arrogant stepmother Rosemary. They are accompanied by an amiable, mild-mannered businessman Ralph, who has given a ride to Isabel and Enid, two British punk rock girls who are hitchhiking. They all wind up at a mansion inhabited by Gabriel and Hilary Hartwicke, a kindly elderly people who appear to be toy makers; their house literally abounds with dolls, puppets, and other beautifully detailed toys. They give Judy a new doll, Mr. Punch, after she had been forced to give up her old teddy bear by her cruel stepmother before they arrived at the house. The Hartwickes invite the stranded travelers to join them for dinner and stay as guests until the storm ends. One by one, the overnight guests are attacked by dolls, who turn out to be cursed, immoral people that have been killed and imprisoned in toys to pay for their crimes. The first to suffer the wrath of the dolls are the two female punks, for trying to steal antiques from the house they believe to be valuable: Isabel, who's beautiful but rude and vain, is brutally beaten by the dolls, who smash her head into a wall before dragging her into the attic to become one of them; Enid is shot by a group of toy soldiers after finding her nearly transformed friend and attempting to escape. For her constant berating of her stepdaughter, Rosemary ends up being ambushed and stabbed repeatedly by the toys before leaping to her death out of the window into a mutilated mess. Her body is brought back to the bedroom, where she is found by her husband. Thinking that Ralph murdered her, David prepares to kill him. In the meantime, Ralph accompanies Judy for her search of the first punk girl after he notices blood on the little girl's slippers. They encounter the dolls, but out of fear, Ralph initially refuses to believe that they are really alive and attempts to fight his way through them. He is overwhelmed, but spared from death when Judy pleads for his life. Right afterwards, however, they are both attacked and knocked out by Judy's maddened father, but before a killing blow can be struck, the dolls intervene, dragging the unconscious Ralph and Judy away while Mr. Punch distracts David. Mr. Punch is destroyed by David, who is then confronted by Gabriel and Hilary. It is revealed that Gabriel and Hilary are actually witches who see toys as the heart and soul of childhood and believe toys will be around for as long as children want them. They also believe that the bitterness adults feel can turn to love if they surrender to the goodwill that toys provide. They explain that people come to their house every now and then and spend the night. When this happens, they test their visitors to see if they can change, giving them a sporting chance to save themselves. Some people like Ralph -people who are able to see the love and respect of childhood- are saved and leave the house with a much better perspective of life. But the ones like David, Rosemary and the two punk girls who refuse to show respect to childhood and don't change their ways, never leave and have to start over and play a new role in the world of children by becoming toys. It is shown what that new role is when David is transformed into a doll to replace Mr. Punch. The next morning, Ralph and Judy wake up, being convinced by Gabriel and Hilary that the night's events were just a dream, and receive a letter saying that David is leaving her behind because he never was a good father to her and that she will be much happier living in Boston with her mother. The letter also states that her father and stepmother are moving to another country and changing their names and have taken the two girls with them, but have left enough money behind for Judy and Ralph to buy plane tickets back to Boston. Though the letter was really written by the Hartwickles and that Ralph was a little suspicious that the letter wasn't written by David, in a twisted way, everything in it is the truth. Ralph and Judy then leave the house together after being bid farewell by Gabriel and Hilary, who even invite them to come back whenever they want and even rejoin Judy with her lost teddy. After Judy returns Teddy to the old people as a gift, she and Ralph then drive off for the airport. Judy, who has grown quite fond of Ralph, tells him that he'll really like her mother and hints to him if he'd like to stay with her and her mother and be Judy's new father. Though Ralph doesn't answer, he seems interested in the idea. The movie ends with the Bowers and the punk girls sitting on a shelf as dolls. Just then, another car with another family with a set of obnoxious parents suddenly arrives and their car gets stuck in a plot hole, yards from the mansion.
  • It started out with a prank. My father would set the doll in my room to scare me. I brushed it off as harmless, just bring the doll back to him, and going on with my day. Since then I've moved out, and I live on my own. I refuse to have any putrid dolls in my home, due to my everlasting fear of them. Everywhere I go, I see them. I do not just see any doll, but the one my father had used to torment me. I didn't notice it at first, catching just a slight glimpse of it in my peripheral vision. When I first started to see it, it was on a park bench, or sitting in a coffee shop. But then it got closer. I had been working all week, and wanted the weekend to rest. Friday night, I get home, walk in the door, glance around as if it were a ritual, and continue after noticing nothing out-of-the-ordinary. But then, I noticed. Stuff was misplaced. Stuff went missing. It was nothing at first again, but then it got to be heavier stuff, like my whole table. With me on the verge of insanity, I decided to go to my parents for the weekend. Upon arrival, we talked a bit, and after a while of conversing, I bring up the fact that weird stuff has been happening. I mentioned too, that I had noticed the doll they used to terrorize me. The shock and horror on their faces was unbelievable. "We've never owned any dolls before," they said. I sunk. My insides exploded. I went insane. The whole rest of the weekend, they could barely look at me. I left early Sunday morning. Three hour drive, and it was all spent thinking about that doll. Finally at home, I reach for my keys, unlock the door, and dropped my stuff. Walking in, I saw it. The red eyes, red hair, white face. It just sat there and glared at me. "Welcome home," it said with a reassuring smile.
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  • Means by which KAOS smuggles information and contraband. The first known occurrence of KAOS's use of dolls is the case of agents led by the infamous Herr Bunny operating out of Bowers Department Store who substitute recorded voice cartridges in Polly Dolly dolls with cartridges containing stolen information on Project Skyblast and then send the dolls out of the country [Episode #4: "Our Man in Toyland"]. Four years later, Miss Valerie's team reverses the process and uses talking dolls to smuggle a formula for a deadly explosive into the country. A number of dolls are also rigged as explosive devices in their own right [Episode #115: "Valerie of the Dolls"]. In addition, the sinister Waxman uses kewpie dolls given away as prizes at a shooting gallery to smuggle out shipments of Plutonium from his base at the amusement park [Episode #80: "The Wax Max"].
  • Dolls is the thirteenth episode of Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the third episode of season 2.
  • The gruesome discovery of a 5-year-old girl's body puts Detective Benson and Stabler on a desperate hunt for a serial kidnapper, whose latest victim's life hangs in the balance.
  • Acting as the eye candy of Midan's dirty streets, The Midian City Dolls are the city's beloved whores. Gritty and tough ladies who offer up the darkest fantasies, sexual needs and more to the city's residents. Constantly tempting and teasing, you often can't resist their natural charm and promises of what's to come.Coralie and her girls presently operate out of the Peep Show (Faction HQ). Looking for a time you won't forget? They'll make sure of it... for the right price.
  • Dolls are emotionless "mediums" which seem like poorly responsive but otherwise normal human beings.
  • "Dolls" is the fourth episode of Season 2 of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, and the fourteenth episode in the series overall. It originally aired as the seasons third episode on December 2nd, 2007.
  • Dolls is a oneshot fanfiction written and published on FanFiction.Net by Mariani.
  • Dolls (ドールズ Dolls) is a 2002 Japanese movie featuring three separate stories written and directed by Takeshi Kitano.
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