You can view the coat and the shot-through epaulet
Nelson wore at Trafalgar online at Britain's National Maritime Musem, www.
Cyprien Gaillard's small collages (from the series "Floods of the Old and New World," 2011), for instance, pair ancient scenes with labels for products whose names seem abstract stand-ins for disappearing natural and cultural phenomena--polar ice reads one, against the imagery of a midcentury skyscraper and an antique picture postcard of a Jamaican Royal Epaulet
palm--while Trisha Donnelly offers an inscrutable ruin of a pillar in a shed behind the Giardino delle Vergini, and Peter Fischli and David Weiss manage wryly to wed the aesthetics of Minimalism and Stonehenge in their Space Number 23, 2011.
DOWN: 2 Rabbi 3 Tiles 4 Hated 6 Paper 7 Thorn 8 Steer 9 Gates 11 Camel 12 Annoy 13 Eject 14 Glue 18 Befriend 19 Another 20 Epaulet
22 Attract 23 Droop 25 Peter 26 Lords 28 Edith 29 Idealise 30 Barren 31 Kettle 32 Stun 39 Shack 40 Eras 42 Observer 43 Tending 45 Packages 47 Infidel 49 Tap 53 Cop 55 Elope 57 Splatter 58 Scar 59 Asbestos 62 Opaque 63 Sestine 65 Flaked 66 Inertia 67 Italics 70 Abide 71 Oven 72 Inapt 73 Ticks 75 Ensue 82 Ebony 83 Laden 84 Spend 85 Also 86 Habit 87 Amber 88 Lucid 89 Salve 90 Chaps 91 Upper 92 Errol.
A military epaulet
tied to a geometric element leads on to a head wearing a cocked-hat which emerges from some disorderly motifs giving a general impression of chaos.
sleeve (embroidered with his job marks) (max 700 pcs.
Remnant glaciers still ride the mountains' flanks like epaulets
on generals' shoulders, but in a warming world, they're shrinking fast.
Because the new rank designators will go on to the epaulets
rather than the sleeve, the Army estimates a savings of $27.
He was wearing a white shirt with an Air France logo and black jacket with epaulets
on the shoulders.
Naval officers have been spotted wearing metallic chains that match the glimmer of the insignia on their epaulets
Design variations are brought about using details like single and double lipped weld pockets, patch pockets and shoulder epaulets
, leather bindings on collars, checks and plaids.
The Americans took everything from the prisoner's medals, mon ey, epaulets
and badges from the uniforms before transporting them to a POW camp at Tunisia.
Let Mr Plevneliev set foot on the battlefield so that he can win his epaulets
by himself," Kuneva urged Prime Minister Borisov.