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Tiny holes punctured in the baggy throats into which our heads were thrust permitted us to see well enough to guide our progress.
Now that Martin was aroused in such matters, he swiftly noted the difference between the baggy knees of the trousers worn by the working class and the straight line from knee to foot of those worn by the men above the working class.
The day after his arrival the prince, in his long overcoat, with his Russian wrinkles and baggy cheeks propped up by a starched collar, set off with his daughter to the spring in the greatest good humor.
Hermann, an engaging, stout housewife, wore on board baggy blue dresses with white dots.
Hermann's baggy cotton gowns had some sort of rudimentary frills at neck and bottom, but this girl's print frocks hadn't even a wrinkle; nothing but a few straight folds in the skirt falling to her feet, and these, when she stood still, had a severe and statuesque quality.
The study also suggests parents especially hate it when their kids wear jeans with holes, baggy or grungy clothes, flannel shirts and anything that is too tight.
PRINCESS JASMINE- light blue baggy pants, cropped light blue shirt, long black dress, black cape, clogs
au, Warne's criticism came just three days after he ironically presented Australia's latest Test debutant James Faulkner with his baggy green cap on the first morning of the last and fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
They also noted that long shirts over baggy pants can conceal weapons.
With two styles to choose from -- Solid Baggy and Colorblock -- these colorful and comfortable trunks are the ultimate in versatile, recreational swimwear.
The laughter became even louder when some wag belted out: "Come on the baggy lads
Melbourne, July 1(ANI): A baggy green cap owned by Australian cricket legend Donald Bradman was passed in at an auction held in Melbourne.