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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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Legend testified in court the cufflinks were given to him by his wife, model Chrissy Teigen.
The collection includes statement cufflinks, lapel pins, tie clips, and handkerchiefs.
The new owners are Adam, Derek and Jacob Broin, three brothers who will operate under the corporate name Cufflinks, LLC.
The cufflinks illustrated are from a small collection to be sold by Surrey fine art auctioneers Ewbank's on September 20.
Telecoms entrepreneur Peter Jones is not far behind, although his cufflinks are somewhat more understated.
A CYBER jihadi who used a James Bond-style cufflink to conceal his support for Islamic State (IS) is part of a "new and dangerous breed of terrorist", a court heard yesterday.
Mari presented the Wales manager with his new cufflinks at a conference before the team left for the tournament.
Total quantity or scope: The contract is for the supply of uniforms and equip items in 2016 (belts, cufflinks, koalicyjki, gloves) divided into 11 parts (tasks) in the following amounts
The increasing online retailing drives the sales of cufflinks, and the market is expected to reach a CAGR of over 9.
Now anyone who has ever been plagued by midge bites - and the lucky few who haven't - can wear the ravenous beasties on earrings, pendants, rings or cufflinks.
On a day he was seen wearing "keep calm and carry on" cufflinks, the panicking UKIP leader revealed he wants the Tories to be the largest party in a hung Parliament after May 7.
CuffloCs are cufflinks that are customizable lockets allowing individuals to change their look for any occasion.