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see costumecostume,
distinctive forms of clothing, including official or ceremonial attire such as ecclesiastical vestments, coronation robes, academic gowns, armor, and theatrical dress.
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To prepare or finish a wood member by planning, or cutting a stone piece by chipping away at the irregularities.


(civil engineering)
To smooth the surface of concrete or stone.
The arrangement of connecting wires in a circuit to prevent undesirable coupling and feedback.
(mechanical engineering)
To shape a tool.
To restore a tool to its original shape and sharpness.
(mining engineering)
To sort, grind, clean, and concentrate ore.
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Since January, Andersen's has allowed its employees to wear 'business appropriate' clothes - giving them the freedom to dress down, or up, to meet the occasion.
County Council workers swapped their suits and ties for jeans and T-shirts as part of a monthly dress down day.
February's dress down day raised $850 for the Salvation Army's Good Neighbor Energy Fund.
WORKERS at a Solihull company swapped their dress down Friday for a bit of glamour to hand over funds for charity.
DRESS DOWN Workers at business communications firm Cellular Solutions Ltd dressed in yellow
Washington, Feb 20 (ANI): Jennifer Lopez reckons ladies stepping out on the red carpet for the Oscars shouldn't dress down because of the ongoing recession.
I think the student vibe has taken off so people tend to dress down rather than dress up.
They were taking part in the Royal National Lifeboat Institution's annual SOS Dress Down Day.
the thirty-ninth highest performing publicly traded community bank under $1 billion in assets in the nation according to US Banker, announced today that WGNB employees raised nearly $7,000 through the Bank's Dress Down Program.
They wouldn't dress down in front of their customers, so what gives us the right to dress down in front of them?