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i. Specially shaped pieces of sheet metal attached to the leading edge of the wings to increase camber and to improve slow-speed handling characteristics.
ii. A thin, sheet metal, airfoil-shaped covering over the shank of a propeller blade, which forces air through the cowling of an air-cooled engine.
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Gerrard's famous No 8 was encrusted with diamonds on the tie pin and cufflinks.
MANY dealers offer all types of vintage cufflinks for around pounds 15 to pounds 25.
Total quantity or scope: 1 The contract is for the supply of uniforms and equip items in 2014 (sailor collar, tie a sailor~s hat Tatra, Tatra officer~s hat, cufflinks army and air) in the following quantities
There are also sets of diamond cufflinks and a unisex silver ring, set with seven green Alexandrite stones.
The pattern found in each pair of cufflinks varies slightly due to the intricacies of each individual butterfly, yet maintains uniform color variations according to their species.
There are two playful silk ties and, the PS favourite, the shaped cufflinks with embossed paws.
IF you want to treat the man in your life this Valentine's Day, you'll be spoilt for choice with heart-shaped cufflinks, sexy grooming products, or even an aphrodisiac beer which you can sample together down the pub.
Patterned silk ties and sleek cufflinks add interest to a classic suit.
The shirt comes with cufflinks which each have one white diamond and are set in white with black enamel borders.
Add your own personality to the outfit with cufflinks and an interesting tie - but absolutely not one decorated with Fred Flintstone or Homer Simpson unless you're auditioning for the part of office clown.
A friend who spends his time working with affluent parishioners in Notting Hill recently gave me a set of cufflinks with the words "Love God" engraved on them.