shoulder piece

shoulder piece

Same as crossette, 2; a bracket.
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The Frenchman, whirling up his sword, showed for an instant a chink betwixt his shoulder piece and the rerebrace which guarded his upper arm.
If you need a little help, perhaps you can consider the key piece from the collection which is Lustre's personal favorite: a yellow one shoulder piece.
Using the shoulder template, cut out one left and right shoulder piece from the lace fabric, making sure to use the lace edges on the shoulder piece perimeters.
Off shoulder piece of clothing does not cover the shoulders.
The pattern, together with the sections that are patterned with specific designs, such as the elaborately decorated shoulder piece at the end, which is known as the pallu, are worked directly into the fabric by the FL 20/16.
Chloe Solomon, aged 21, was crowned as the overall winner for her shoulder piece, created from painted clothing and broken jewellery, whilst Annie Huang, and Rebecca Yang were runners up.
For instance, the self-sufficiently powered Zen for an Eagle Wing, 1994, recalls the feathered shoulder piece manipulated by a performer in Feathers Dancing on Shoulders, 1975.
With a shoulder piece embellished with over 1,000 hand-cut diamonds, the black lace mini-dress is worth pounds 1 million.
Lear himself looks suitably majestic, with a massive shoulder piece turned upward like wings and a high, bejeweled crown.
We had the mould for our Joan of Arc shoulder piece so I adapted the arm design into a Cleopatra headdress.
As part of the contract all ushers will be provided with gloves and epaulettes - ornamental shoulder pieces on uniforms.