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pinstripe

in textiles
a. a very narrow stripe in fabric or the fabric itself, used esp for men's suits
b. (as modifier): a pinstripe suit
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The Reds would go on to win a treble under Joe Fagan, also wearing pinstripes, the following season.
ButLiverpool's current kit manufacturershad some inspiration from the past, with next season's pinstripe design paying tribute to an iconic kit from the eighties.
Pinstripes is at 7 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 575-8700,
More than anything, Tenorio's biggest takeaway from the jerseys wasn't the pinstripes. What stood out for him was the words written on the front.
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Petticoats and Pinstripes explores the history of women in finance in America, beginning with the colonial period and finishing at the end of the twentieth century.
The fabric would have taken around three months to weave, with a two-piece costing in the region of 10,000 pounds according to cloth manufacturer Holland and Sherry, which makes bespoke pinstripes.
A Stratford-based printing firm founded in the 1860s has been bought by Birmingham firm Pinstripe to create one of the largest independent printing groups in the region.
The vehicle is offered for members in Arctic White with Red and Gold pinstripes or for Jester members in Concord Purple with Violet and Burgundy pinstripes.
For the first time, Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, Canada, conquers the top spot of the 2009-2010 Beyond Grey Pinstripes rankings.
Beyond Grey Pinstripes is a research survey and alternative ranking of business schools that spotlights innovative full-time MBA programs leading the way in integrating social and environmental stewardship into their curriculum and scholarly research.
The Mini 50 Mayfair has special 17in, 12-spoke alloy wheels painted white, three-dimensional bonnet stripes in a new toffee metallic finish, additional headlights on the radiator grille, mirror caps in black with hot chocolate pinstripes and a discreet Mayfair logo next to the indicator lenses.