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tabard

a sleeveless or short-sleeved jacket, esp one worn by a herald, bearing a coat of arms, or by a knight over his armour
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Emma added: "I'm whipping off Honey's Minute Mart tabard and diving right in to all the glitter and sparkle."
Jim Gardner, Corps Sergeant Major of the Bedworth Salvation Army, said: "What concerns me is they stole the tabard too.
As a result, the 86-year-old's sons installed hidden cameras in the kitchen which captured Fillis taking money out of an envelope in the microwave oven and putting it in her tabard.
"With over 66 percent of consumers eating a greater variety of ethnic foods today than five years ago, it makes sense that the consumer response to tropicals has been overwhelmingly positive," says Marion Tabard, director of marketing for Turbana Corp., in Coral Gables, Fla.
Ritchie doesn't think Phil will be taking off his prison tabard any time soon and Sharon decides the best way forward is to raise some money to help fund his case by selling off part of his garage.
These features -- sometimes minimalist, sometimes festive -- combined with colorful page's stripes, medieval short tabard coats and Juliette sleeves to produce a veritable display from yesteryear.
THE TABARD 44ml reposado tequila, 15ml amontillado sherry, 15ml Drambuie, dash of orange bitters Half-fill a mixing glass with ice.
Then, some 30 minutes later, a chirpy woman in a high-vis tabard knocked on my door and asked me to sign a chit confirming receipt of said flyer!
Brunch remains a good time to tweak drinks with lower alcohol liqueurs, says Chantal Tseng, head bartender at the 40-room Hotel Tabard Inn in Washington, D.C.
At the Tabard Inn, thirty travelers from a diversity of classes and occupations are planning to make the annual pilgrimage to Becket's shrine at Canterbury.
Chris Hunt, 43, who runs The Tabard, a pub in Rotherham, shaved the 31-year-old UK spurdog boat-fishing record with a giant of 20lb 9oz (pictured) on a run from Oban in the Laura Dawn, skippered by Ronnie Campbell.
Some of the projects, such as the Tabard, are very advanced.