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Ms Short said: "She's a very attractive woman and showed it off, but it's funny to be both doing that and then accusing of being used for window dressing because she was window dressing herself, wasn't she?
6 (ANI): Caroline Flint, who resigned as Britain's Europe Minister, has accused Prime Minister Gordon Brown of using his women ministers as mere 'female window dressings.
This is a significant U-turn and shows that their attempts to portray themselves as Welsh was nothing more than window dressing.
Your content continues to be excellent, and that's why, window dressing or not, I will continue to support SJR.
One thing that might help the category is the change in how the consumer perceives window dressings.
I don't believe in creating marketing programs that are fluffy, or window dressing to make a client look good so they can just check it off their list.
So it is difficult to see, in the often chaotic display of ecological projects, just what will really count and what is mere window dressing.
I'm tempted to bet that this kind of realist impulse is Bock's core motivation, and that the Barney and McCarthy borrowings, with their transformative, fictional implications, are window dressing.
Where the latter signaled a war on racism and poverty, only to accelerate neighborhood decay and offer window dressing, the former has sent different signals.
In our view, the testimony about consultation was mere window dressing to conceal tax motives.
Prosecutors plan to establish a case against three former executives of the failed Nippon Credit Bank (NCB) over alleged window dressing of financial statements, investigation sources said Wednesday.
From America, to where the innovating torch passed by the turn of the century, came advances in window dressing, new managerial and merchandising practices, and the palpable transfer of all these techniques with the building of Selfridge's.