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overall

adjective all in one, all-embracing, all-inclusive, blanket, complete, entire, extended, extensive, general, globally, inclusive, panoramic, sweeping, total, undivided, universal, whole, wholesale, with all sides considered, with every aspect
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The collars were deemed to be lower than desired so future designs will incorporate the design utilized in the current coverall.
In 2013, she started Covergalls with special female-fitted coveralls that included special "trap doors" for using the washroom.
Whilst you may not think too hard about how you put on your clothing in the morning, putting on a protective coverall correctly is instrumental to the performance of the garment.
In all cases except earplugs/muffs and coveralls, the industry leaders cited "employers don't require/enforce usage" as the number one barrier.
Prina, who always chooses the clothing for his performances with care, wears red coveralls designed by the artist J.
Range maintenance employees should wear disposable coveralls and air purifying masks while cleaning and/or repairing indoor ranges.
I put on paper coveralls to be transported to the decontamination room.
Quick Quote Award: Police Scotland Specialist Firearms Officers require two piece coveralls, the coveralls must offer a minimum protection level of non-melt non-drip material and the fabric should be 50/50 NYCO or equivalent.
It's no surprise then that she followed in their footsteps, entering the industry herself--only now she's making a positive impact on women like her, by creating coveralls designed for women.
And yet it has been launched at the same price as Tyvek Classic, so that workers can be protected with enhanced coveralls that remain economically viable for businesses.
Market-leading safety equipment provider uvex has just launched three new products in a brand new line of high-performance disposable coveralls that scale new heights in protection standards, uvex sil-Wear.
Romero was still dressed in the clothes he had been arrested in, rather than jail coveralls.