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attire

Zoology the antlers of a mature male deer
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With a flying, feminine glance she scanned her attire, and made a movement of her head, hardly perceptible, but understood by Kitty, signifying approval of her dress and her looks.
The rosy-cheeked, bright-eyed quartet looked so charming in their light summer attire, clinging to the roadside bank like pigeons on a roof-slope, that he stopped a moment to regard them before coming close.
said the girl, with a glance at Chandler's faultless attire.
Formal attire is usually seen as plain and dull, but you can brighten it up by adding a pair of canvas shoes with an attractive doodle print.
While it is of paramount importance to interact with world leaders and participate in these kinds of events to project a softer image of Pakistan, I was stunned to see the attire of our prime minister.
SAN DIEGO -- Implementation of strict operating room attire policies did not reduce the rates of superficial surgical site infections (SSIs), according to an analysis of more than 6,500 patients.
Ghada Adel CAIRO: Egyptian actress Ghada Adel has been harshly criticized by her followers and fans for her provocative attire during the Dear Guest Festival, which was held recently in a hotel in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Summary: Agartala (Tripura) [India], November 29 (ANI): In a bid to connect with the tribal population of North East, the Tripura Bharatiya Janata Party has come up with a creative decision to depict the Bharat Mata in tribal attire with mongoloid face on various posters.
This attire was in violation of a dress code the chamber and the Speaker's lobby supposedly has in place, (http://www.
Teacher attire is often treated as a reflection of the school where the teacher is employed (Workman & Freeburg, 2010).
The trick is to combine your white and black attire in a way so that it matches and stays classy.