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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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The latter included some fabulous metallic tassels which has sparked a trend for sequinned fringing on the high street.
Pointing to the activities of Procter & Gamble in Azerbaijan, Loic Tassel noted that the company is not only engaged in the sale of consumer goods, but also significantly contributes to the development of the advertising market in the country.
Tassel noted that Procter and Gamble is keen to expand its activity in the region by taking use of emerging business environment.
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The new fashion cables are available in three design options: a leather tassel, a braided USB clip and a metallic keychain are available today just in time for back to school.
Operation: Coming Home has become a beloved project for Van Tassel, who serves as an ambassador for the program and assisted in its launch in 2008, when he signed his firm up to partner with Atreus Homes and Communities to provide the first Hero Home.
Again Tassel failed to hit the mark and her last place in the Albany Stakes was followed by a lengthy break, during which it was discovered that the filly was suffering from a liver problem.
She teamed her tasseled garment with gold strapped shoes and completed her look with statement earrings.
"If the water is above the lower sidewalls of your vehicle's tires, you don't want to drive through that water," Van Tassel said.
(Evans) Van Tassel, 87, of Briarwood Circle, West Boylston, formerly of Holden, passed away peacefully at home on Monday, July 2.
For her new collection with Arteriors Home, designer Laura Kirar said she was working on her fabric designs and therefore in a textiles-frame of mind when she created Tassel, shown here.