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In those days such a coat would often be worn by workmen for ease in working, but it has come down to us only as the gayly colored coat worn by heralds.
I don't think veils are usually worn with any but white dresses," admitted Anne, "but that is merely a convention; and I am like Mr.
Our outside and often thin and fanciful clothes are our epidermis, or false skin, which partakes not of our life, and may be stripped off here and there without fatal injury; our thicker garments, constantly worn, are our cellular integument, or cortex; but our shirts are our liber, or true bark, which cannot be removed without girdling and so destroying the man.
Figure 2 shows the effects of a worn impeller on blade and wheel wear.
A man in the same study rejects a thoroughly laundered sweater once worn by a hepatitis victim.
There you'll find photos, descriptions and even the episode in which the particular item of clothing was worn and by whom.
At a time when manufacturers are trying to push more dress and tailored clothing trends, innerwear and active apparel have become more widely worn by consumers," said Marshal Cohen, chief industry analyst, The NPD Group.
Pinned accessories were very fashionable, from the green glass ribbons worn by virtually everybody to raise funds for charities, including the Celia Cruz Foundation to buttons printed with various band names like the ``ornaments'' worn by Kinky's Ulises under his thrift store polyester suit jacket.
Helmets should also be worn when riding a scooter, skateboard or skates," said Dr.
Looks great when worn with the shell-colored spring-weight cord pant ($74) and velour hoodie in tangerine (sold as a set with elastic-drawstring pants; $98).
Jewelry dictated the gown that would be worn by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Then the white third jersey that Kobe Bryant wears on Sundays, then the blue Hardwood Classics jersey he's worn twice this season.