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epaulette

[¦ep·ə¦let]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any of the branched or knobbed processes on the oral arms of many Scyphozoa.
The first haired scale at the base of the costal vein in Diptera.
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Later that night, friends found a police epaulette along the short route he had taken from the club.
The Georgia Aquarium currently houses whale sharks, zebra sharks, black-tip reef sharks, tasseled wobbegongs, great hammerhead, bonnethead sharks, bamboo sharks, brown-banded bamboo sharks, white-spotted bamboo sharks, epaulette sharks, swell sharks, horn sharks and now sand tiger sharks.
These are the kind of cops who give the good guys a bad name, the power-mad, bullying kind who think that an epaulette on their shoulder gives them carte blanche to hound law-abiding citizens.
As a special design feature the well-known footwear Formstrip is incorporated into the epaulette.
The species, which stunned scientists by recording a "virgin" birth in captivity, joins other specimens including epaulette sharks and leopard sharks.
Then, the South African owner Jack Gerber and his trainer Paddy O'Gorman were double-handed with the heavily backed favourite, Idler, and the unconsidered 33-1 shot Epaulette.
Stripe details encapsulate the nautical theme which includes rugged pinstripe jackets with epaulette details.
Arnold began her career in small fashion boutique PR agencies, such as Epaulette & Associates and Croft Public Relations, where she worked on the Bausch & Lomb, Malia Mills Swim Wear, John Bartlett and Rene Lezard accounts.
They're either nine stone nerds who couldn't "guard" a cheese sandwich but who think an epaulette on their shoulder gives them the right to act like little Hitlers.
Capabilities wherein the display unit is any of a head mounted display (HMD), a flat panel display (FPD), a wrist display, a torso-worn display, a neck-hung display, a collar-mounted display, a shoulder-supported display, and any combination of these, with the display optionally being attached to an epaulette of the garment;
To set it all off beautifully you'll need the Charlie jacket and waistcoat with gold coloured buttons, the dragon and St David's emblem on each epaulette and plaid pliquettes on the arms and tails.
CONTACT: Suzanne Kramer of Epaulette & Associates, 212-245-5538; or Debra Jansen of Bausch & Lomb, 716-338-8470/