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Perfect positioning with both the nonwoven and the elasticized material--whether it is shaped or rectangular ears--and their corresponding tapes is guaranteed.
This fully elasticized shoe hugs the foot, contouring the arch and toes, and now comes in two new colors: caramel and suntan.
The sleek athletic cut is designed to move with a woman's body as she shoots, and the shirt includes an elasticized back pocket to hold various items without interfering with the shot.
There is a generous 39-inch back-drop and a removable, elasticized detachable strap that keeps the cover securely in place.
In the front you will find a box-call pouch, a divided slate-call pouch that can hold two calls, a triple striker pouch and an elasticized mesh pocket for diaphragm calls.
Self-dressing means settling for wide-neck tops over long pants held up by elasticized waist bands.
Plus it has multiple, elasticized and zippered interior pockets, perfect for separating food, clothing and nappy change items and includes a large coordinated change mat.
London, Dec 20 (ANI): Abdominal binders, elasticized wraps that are applied around the lower part of the torso to support the abdomen, may endanger women's lives, say experts.
According to Mast, Ratatat's sound--dueling guitar and bass hand-jiving over vintage synth lines and elasticized drum loops--has always been the result of wily experimentation.
Features include leather top collar and leather trimmed epaulets, 100-percent cotton sewn lining, side entry hand warmer roomy patch pockets, pencil pocket, cloth adjustable cuffs, elasticized waistband, inside wallet pocket with zip closure and cell phone pocket.
The injection unit is operated by electrical power, enabling the production of high quality elasticized rubber products by the precise control of the injection speed and pressure by minute adjustment to fill rubber into the exact product formation inside the mold.
Plague, alchemy, the 'Europeanization' of fourteenth-century England, autobiography, metonymy, Chaucer's theory of reading, bodily diet, translation: 'circulation' is a concept elasticized to accommodate all these and more.