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dressed

Descriptive of brick, lumber, or stone which has been prepared, shaped, or finished by cutting, planing, rubbing, or sanding one or more of its faces.

dressed

The term is normally used for an engine that has all externally attached accessories, piping, and control systems after it has been serviced.
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Dressed to Rule is largely a history of male fashion, which is somewhat delightful in its irony--until you stop to think about it.
For many men, getting dressed for work isn't as discretionary.
To date, the majority of the betting public have picked Kate Winslet as the most likely best dressed by 23%, following close behind is Hilary Swank with 20% of the vote and Annette Bening at 11%.
Bootsy Collins was dressed head to toe in leopard print.
Other Hollywood divas securing positions on the top-ten best dressed list include Oscar winners Kidman, Berry and Renee Zellweger; Oscar nominee Diane Lane; actress Adamari Lopez; Telemundo's Maria Celeste Arraras; and singer Mille Corretjer.
Often I like to make potato salad this way, dressed with yogurt.
After all, you get more respect when you're dressed up,'' he says.
While the prospect of dressed up Sun employees got the attention of computer systems industry watchers, a quick survey showed the announcement had no impact whatsoever on the buying habits of Northern California haberdashers and women's fashion stores.
Ruthy Wilson and Kendall Capps both dressed to the nines.
Back in the '60s and '70s, the taller half of ``Sonny and Cher'' recording fame dressed up in feathers and fringe, as well as those fool-the-eye ensembles by Bob Mackie that featured nude linings and lots of sequins.
This couldn't be the same shy teen-age girl who had walked into the La Canada Flintridge church gymnasium only a few hours earlier dressed in sweatpants and a T-shirt, could it?