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flapper

(in the 1920s) a young woman, esp one flaunting her unconventional dress and behaviour
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Tender notice number : AL-56210 BARRIERS IN FLAPPERS, CONVEYORS/SCRAPPER
The zigzag fur coats were worn over lace flapper dresses.
Acknowledging that flappers are not precision devices, it turns out that toilets are more complicated than assumed.
Musotica's clients love books, so why not have an homage to the flappers in "The Great Gatsby.
DeaAnne McClenahan, Greystar's senior director for procurement and sustainability, said her firm takes toilet flappers seriously--enough that it monitors portfolio-wide purchases of flappers to determine if proper repairs and leak precautions are being taken by apartment community maintenance crews.
In their various attempts to live and die in their own way," argues Mackrell, "the flappers represented a genuinely subversive force.
The Flappers trilogy concludes with the madcap adventures of Clara, Lorraine, and Gloria, but not all is well with the glamorous trio as they navigate through Manhattan's upper crust.
VINTAGE GATSBY Step back in time to a fancy-free era of flappers and fringing.
When flappers or flush valve seats wear out, water trickles out, causing the water valve to open to refill the tank.
Top high street store Miss Selfridge's latest collection features boho/festival chic, 20s flappers looks, and a black-and-white section which includes vests, poufy skirts and dresses.
For the past three months, more than 3,000 people - from toddlers to pensioners - have built their own flappers from recycled materials.
In Britain, it was picked up in bohemian Bloomsbury circles and then by flappers in the 1920s.