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earing

[′ir·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Formation of scallops around the top edge of a deep- drawn product due to differences in the directional properties of the metal sheet.
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My brother has worn one of the stick pins to Ascot, while my wife Amanda wore Princess Margaret's coral and diamond earings to an evening do once," he said.
Lola Cashman had insisted she was gifted the Stetson hat, a pair of metal hooped earings, a green sweatshirt and a pair of black trousers.
Holmes also said accessories such a hoop earings, gem-studded broaches and shoulder wear, such as furry shrugs, are making a comeback.
He was wearing big long earings with his lumberjack shirt back in the early '60s," Timmons said.
100 YEARS AGO: The fashion for wearing earings seems to have waxed and waned of late.
We expect this to result in a sawtooth earings profile for Biogen during the coming year.
There are a range of accessories in this classic line including a small and large broach, earings and silk scarf, priced from $40 to $120.
First nine months Operating profit SEK 364 M (413) SEK 1,339 M (1,343) Profit before tax SEK 285 M (381) SEK 1,116 M (1,193) Profit for the period SEK 201 M (276) SEK 788 M (868) Earings per share SEK 2:20 (3:00) SEK 8:60 (9:50)
Companies set to report second quarter results today include Intel (INTC) after the market's close, with analysts expecting earings of 7 cents per share.
Welsh Grand Slam rugby winning stars Tom Shanklin and Alun Wyn Jones also attended and drew the prize draw and prizes included signed rugby memorabilia, membership for the Vale of Glamorgan Hotel Fitness Centre, equipment from Bang and Olufsen and diamond earings from jewellers Christopher George.
Earings, brooches, strings of beads, all kinds of things, considered needs.