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scarf

Whaling an incision made along a whale's body before stripping off the blubber

scarf

1. The end on one of the pieces of timber forming a scarf joint.
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To mark the occasion, we think the Kelpies should have Falkirk scarves.
The recalled scarves measure 64 inches long by 18 inches wide and were sold in the colors black, brown, burgundy, camel, fuchsia, green, grey, lavender, light blue, light green, light pink, orange, red, turquoise, white and yellow.
I saw a picture on Facebook that somebody had, in a big city, collected scarves and put them on trees in a public area with a tag that said: 'I'm not lost, if you're cold, bundle up.
The children's hospital introduced Matalan's alphabet scarves in October last year, with the help of stars such as Abbey Clancy, Wayne Rooney, Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears.
Of the three, only Nikos Kakoullis carried on the production of printed scarves.
For many women, tying scarves proves to be a pain in the neck.
Since 1986, Eugene artists Steven and Penelope Oshatz have been making the fine silk scarves bearing the reproductions of original musical manuscripts, including a snippet of Bach's "Brandenburg" Concertos and the "Coffee" Cantata - a musical ode to his fondness for the strong, warming beverage.
Then in 2012, the longtime exec with L'Oreal and Dior in Paris decided to combine her love of scarves and luxury brand marketing with a line of her own.
The black, yellow and red scarves, inspired by the "German flag" kit design of the early 1970s were created by lifelong supporter Margaret Decker, 71, who wanted to express the fans' frustration.
scarves, attached specifications, visit mandatory field day monday 01/07/2013 from 11:00 to 13:00 hrs.
On the other hand, why not buy the whole set of scarves for a great discounted price of just PS19.
The event page was created on the day after fans were offered the free red scarves which the club said was a move intended as a gift.