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scarf

Whaling an incision made along a whale's body before stripping off the blubber
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scarf

1. The end on one of the pieces of timber forming a scarf joint.
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The brand aims to meet the needs of the modest wear clientele globally, starting with the Middle East market by introducing a design of scarves that are easy to manage and yet look elegant.
In his station, guests watched him stamp horse prints and polka dots directly onto silk scarves.
For those who prefer nonchalance, the unstructured knots and unfussy wrapping can go a long way to making scarves look casual and sporty.
The patterns on the scarves are of the logo of Barisan Nasional, Umno, Parti Keadilan Rakyat, PAS and Parti Amanah Negara.
Gethin Ceidiog Hughes says reaction from potential customers has already been strong and he is aiming to sign lucrative deals with top-end boutiques to showcase the scarves right across the UK.
Eight elegant limited edition scarves, entitled The City, were showcased at the Yateem House on Sunday in old Manama.
Superb quality has been a defining characteristic of each of the sisters' former projects; the scarves are no different and come in four different imported fabrics: silk, wool, thick wool, and wool with fur trim.
"We formed a non-profit social business, which sells handcrafted scarves made by these women on our e-commerce webpage and to fair trade boutiques."
SCOTLAND'S famous Kelpies could be swathed in dark blue and white scarves to mark Falkirk getting to the Scottish Cup Final.
Starting at about 10:30, Angie Dunkle, her husband, Kyle, Charleston City Councilwoman Susie Salisbury and Salisbury's daughter, Carmen, began knotting colorful knitted, crocheted, woolen and fleece scarves, as well as gloves and hand-warming packets, around the flagpoles and trees that dot the plaza.