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flip-flop

verb about face, adoption, backsliding, change like a chameleon, change of heart, change of mind, conversion, defection, diametrically opposed stance, divergence, diversion, 180-degree about face, qualification, realignment, regression, restructuring, reversal, reversion, temporizer, tergiversation, turn of the tide, turnabout
Associated concepts: flip-flop on a political stance
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12 and 13 for the Master Slave Flip Flop and Pulsed Latch.
Through the acquisition, Cherokee Global Brands will continue adding new franchises as it expands Flip Flop Shop's assortments of flip flops, casual footwear and accessories by offering new brands from its portfolio through its proprietary 360a-[broken bar] platform including, Cherokee, Tony Hawk, and Everyday California.
Flip flops are usually a summer product, but winters here in Egypt are not of the freezing variety, so you might find the odd one in the street now and then.
Besides stress fractures, the lack of support in the usually flat-bottomed flip flop leaves people vulnerable to stubbing toes, spraining ankles or tearing ligaments, not to mention cuts, scrapes, bruises and blisters.
IF YOU don't have a pair of flip flops for the summer you aren't at the races.
It is the first in what will be a series of adventures for Flip Flop Flo.
Of course, to go with beach bag and flip flops, a towel is needed and new brand Foota Towels has taken advantage of Egypt's most luxurious cotton to produce sumptuously soft towels.
Dragon brocade silk flip flop with sequin upper (pounds 17.
28, 11 British guardsmen protested for a chilled out asylum in flip flops, requesting Angelinos' help in spreading LA's relaxed culture to London at the Santa Monica Blvd.
Choose from Bikini (Yellow), Shades (Pink), Beach Bag (Orange), Flip Flop (Green) and Sun Hat (Hot Pink), PS5 each.
In Arabic, the term for slippers is "shibshib," and three women in their early twenties -Nadia Ahmed, Sarah Hamza and Dina Naguib - have gotten together to create a brand which they've named " Shibshibi" (my slippers) taking the basic form of the flip flop and jazzing it up with bright colors, pompom embellishments and traditional patterns.
By using a flip flop as an iconic symbol, we want to combine LA's chilled out style with the Kiwi quirky attitude to create a unique journey to London.