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tassel

anything resembling this tuft, esp the tuft of stamens at the tip of a maize inflorescence

tassel

[′tas·əl]
(botany)
The male inflorescence of corn and certain other plants.
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Made from natural leather, the MIXIT Lightning to USB Tassel disguises itself as a purse accessory while cleverly hiding the premium metallic charging cable to enhance the elegance of an iPhone and ensure safe and rapid charging.
Working with his team, Van Tassel plans what alterations are needed in the homes to provide better access for disabled veterans who often must use a wheelchair, such as wider doorways, customized kitchens and bathrooms, and lower counters and light switches.
Shouldering a 5lb penalty against the colts, Tassel may have hung a little in the finish but was still good enough to win by a neck from a fair yardstick in Bravo Youmzain.
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Van Tassel, Professor Emeritus of Economics at Clark University, passed away on March 23, 2012.
It's the first time I've seen Tassel since the yearling parade, when she was much smaller," said an expectant Lewis.
It is the kind of shop you go to when your boutique lady starts charging phenomenal amounts for adding just one tassel to your blouse.
Van Tassel went to Cruise's Beverly Hills mansion on December 3 and again last Sunday in an attempt to deliver the letter.
The rows were long and required a motion of grasping the tassel, pulling it out, and throwing it on the ground--repeatedly.
Digital Rights Management: Protecting and Monetizing Content (NAB Executive Technology Briefings) by Joan Van Tassel Burlington, MA: Focal Press, 2006 ISBN: 0-240-80722-7 280 pages $39.
The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio has promoted Debbie Van Tassel to new assistant managing editor for features.