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TO BRAND. An ancient mode of punishment, which was to inflict a mark on an offender with a hot iron. This barbarous punishment has been generally disused.

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Olsen now calls the loss of her clothing label a "blessing in disguise."
He said the experience he acquired from other entrepreneurs like him helped him to push hard something which opened his mind to think about more opportunities he could venture into, citing that as a result in 2018 he introduced another clothing label called Phuas 08, which was doing well in the market.
LIVERPOOL actor Scot Williams supported a new clothing label for LFC fans by modelling it in Europe's fashion capital.
Andy Clarke, a former Asda store manager who took on the chain's top job in May, said its mid-tier Chosen By You range and George clothing label also boosted customer numbers.
The heavily musicinfluenced clothing label stocks its jackets, T-shirts and denim in more than 60 independent stores around the UK.
DANNII Minogue is preparing to return to the UK to launch her clothing label Project D.
The 23-year-old set up organic clothing label Green Nippers after graduating from the University of Huddersfield in 2008 with a BA in Fashion Design with Manufacture, Marketing and Promotion.
"Tsubi is a fantastic, fun and innovative clothing label and a lifestyle created by a group of young Australian guys," notes Mr.
The almost complete skeleton is believed to be that of a woman in her late teens or early twenties, about five feet, 4 inches in height and with a petite build.Crime scene detectives found a number of items with the skeleton: a dime or ten cent piece minted in 1968, a Bulova watch, a gold signet ring imprinted with initials 'PMcG', a size-32A bra, panty-hose, seven buttons, part of a bag of rat poison, a clothing label and a plastic toy soldier.
A CLOTHING label popular with Cardiff City supporters has seen a Christmas sales surge - but it may not be their design for life.
The company, which spent pounds 4 million launching its designer clothing label last year, said it racked up pre-tax losses of pounds 10.9 million in the six months to September 30, up from pounds 3.5 million.

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