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HABERDASHER. A dealer in miscellaneous goods and merchandise.

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Fiona was appointed as an English teacher at Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls in North London, where she gained her teaching qualification and remained until her love of science took her back to university to study medicine at King's College London.
Haberdashers' Monmouth School for Girls have won an energy makeover worth up to PS100,000 after facing Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School from Beddau 'TOTALLY AMAZING' Catrin, aged 10, from Radyr Primary School, said: "It was amazing when we found out we had won.
The Aigburth lads lost 1-0 to Haberdashers Knights' Academy, from Bromley, in the U15 ESFA PlayStation Schools' Cup Final.
"Like an off-the-rack suit that fits perfectly," Garcetti respondsa metaphor that perfectly befits the scion of Louis Roth & Co., one of the city's oldest haberdashers.
Available in a range of colours and fabric options from haberdashers and department stores or pick up cheaper alternatives when shopping for Christmas decs.
. THE GREAT BRITISH SEWING BEE (8pm BBC2) THE series has barely started, Claudia Winkleman, pictured below, still hasn't learned how to say the word "Haberdashers" and we're at the semi-final already!
I've had several bespoke suits made by Cairene haberdashers - some are better than others, and I would encourage you to try and get a recommendation before you invest your time, hope and money.
Arguably the single greatest change in shopping in recent decades has been the department store which turned haberdashers and dry-goods stores into palatial emporiums complete with restaurants and tea rooms.
St John teaches history at Haberdashers' Aske's School, Hertfordshire, UK.
I am thinking here of a haberdashers and a shop where you can get material to make your own clothes.
Now Sian is using those qualifications to set up The Haberdashers' Hub in Nuneaton town centre, where customers can not only buy fabrics and have alterations done but also learn sewing skills by attending special teaching classes.
A helipad is being built at Beckingham Palace so Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, eight, and Cruz, six, can be flown to Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School in Elstree.