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WEAR. A great dam made across a river, accommodated for the taking of fish, or to convey a stream to a mill. Jacob's Law Dict. h.t. Vide Dam.

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16, they toned it down a bit and featured pants with a "tame" red, white and blue circle pattern.
MINI REVIEW: At 5'2", I wasn't sure if the wide-legged crop pants style would work for me, but I'm quite sold now.
Women have worn pants forever to stay warm and fight battles, like this Amazon warrior (left).
For one simple reason, it is not possible for a baby diaper machine to make baby pants--the process is just too different to allow for a baby diaper machine to be easily converted into a baby pant without a major capital investment.
With the new Huggies Dry Pants, both babies and mommies can say goodbye to tedious diaper changing and say hello to the convenience of easypalit.
Above: Jacket Patagonia, sweater GAP, pants Band of Outsiders, shoes Redwing Heritage.
You get the ease of pants, but all you have to do is add earrings and a cuff bracelet.
The pants donated by generous Scots can help to protect them and Jo is always looking for new donations.
Big size/elastic pants can be held by the pants holding device in case the waist band cannot be supplied with strong tension by air pressure.
com's first batch of “custom” sized pants are now available: women's casual pants in size 0 long (size 0L), a size that's nearly impossible to find in retail outlets.
STUDENTS at a Teesside college had a really pants day - in aid of charity.
Leave it to a professional painter like Josh Banks to make painter's pants that really work.