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tailor

1. a person who makes, repairs, or alters outer garments, esp menswear
2. a voracious and active marine food fish, Pomatomus saltator, of Australia with scissor-like teeth
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Jeppesen Tailored Charts for Avionics is being introduced initially with Honeywell Primus Epic INAV avionics systems for tailored chart customers operating Embraer E2 commercial aircraft.
Tailored Brands closed the sale of its corporate apparel business to a group led by the existing corporate apparel U.K.
Others get their fabrics tailored," explained Malik.
Hat, PS25; Linen Miracle suit: jacket PS99, trousers PS49.50, waistcoat PS39.50; umbrella PS25 *All clothes from the SS18 collection for M&S Tailored Adventure Campaign
15 March 2018 - US-based specialty retailer Tailored Brands, Inc.
Proactively tailored acquisition models can offer a solution to these challenges by enabling the acquisition workforce to navigate the complex acquisition life cycle more efficiently and effectively.
The case retrieval-based method formulates a tailored software process based on retrieving a tailored process from a library of historical projects (Ahn, Ahn, & Park, 2003; Park & Bae, 2013).
How is a tailored suit di erent from a bespoke suit?
"Days are coming when people will prefer readymade dresses to tailored ones," he said, citing the trend in Islamabad.
He added that he ordered two items to be tailored for himself during the first week of Ramadan because he knew that shops would eventually close due to high demand, each of which cost him SR750.
Aluminium specialist Novelis is working with steel giant Thyssen-Krupp Tailored Blanks to develop a joining technology that could help carmakers to dramatically reduce the weight of vehicles.

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