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sleeve

1. a tubular piece that is forced or shrunk into a cylindrical bore to reduce the diameter of the bore or to line it with a different material; liner
2. a tube fitted externally over two cylindrical parts in order to join them; bush
3. a flat cardboard or plastic container to protect a gramophone record

Sleeve

A tube or tube-like part fitting over or around another part; a pipe used to provide openings for the installation of electric and plumbing services, used in solid concrete floors through which the services must pass. Also called a sleeve chase.

sleeve

[slēv]
(electricity)
The cylindrical contact that is farthest from the tip of a phone plug.
Insulating tubing used over wires or components. Also known as bushing; sleeving.
(engineering)
A cylindrical part designed to fit over another part.

pipe sleeve

pipe sleeve, 1
1. A cylindrical insert, placed in a form for a concrete wall, in a location where a pipe is to pierce the wall; the insert prevents concrete from flowing into the cylindrical opening.
2. A pipe coupling.
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How much ease to build in depends in part on the wearer's preference, but you should also think about how she plans to wear the sleeveless top.
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In contrast, mir Khan and wife Kiran Rao kept it informal, as Khan sported a casual T- shirt, ripped baggy jeans and black sneakers while Kiran wore a sleeveless white and grey dress with earthy- toned ballet flats.
He said security do not allow visitors who turn up in their favourite sleeveless basketball jerseys too.
The suppression of Sleeveless Errand in particular documents the parallel operations of both institutional arbiters of cultural expression, state and critic, and their concomitant discourses of agreement, allowance, and value.
For the modern look, the Kebaya can be worn with pants, over a simple sleeveless or spaghetti-strapped dress or even used over a tank top as a jacket.
* Duncan's Life for 24 hours you must wear no shirt, shades (indoors and out), and a sleeveless denim Dagger's vest and announce every trick done with a bullhorn; end the day with a dinner of nachos and a tall beer
No sleeveless shirts, no shorts, no service with Il Papa.
Above: Walk on the wild side in Baby Phat's animal print, sleeveless A-line minidress with scarf-tie at neckline.
The fetching ensemble of suit pants and a sleeveless undershirt along with the faux New Jersey accent, the imposing senior executive physique--it was the big podium finish before the evening actually ended.
Half an hour later she sweeps into the cocktail bar, bedecked in a sleeveless sequinned dress designed by Chanel, topped off with a Cartier diamond necklace.
* banded shirt with brocade sleeves, sleeveless cloak, striped trunks and tights, gold-trimmed cap.