The little courtyard was used to hang out on wire cords embroidered handkerchiefs, collarets
, capes, cuffs, frilled shirts, cravats, laces, embroidered dresses,--in short, all the fine linen of the best families of the town.
White flowers made of cloth formed clusters on tilted headbands, the cuffs and around the necks of models -- somewhat like the frilled collaret
of pantomime character Pierrot of the early 18th century.
Often, papules, pustules or epidermal collaret
are seen because of secondary bacterial infection.
On dermatological examination erythematous patch with fine collaret
scales that covered about 5cm area was seen on the palmar aspect of the right hand (Figure-1).
Language Name English Ringed snake (alternative name) German Ringelnatter Dutch Ringslang Luxembourg Rengelnatter French Couleuvre a collier Italian Biscia dal collare Natrice dal collare Spanish (Castilian) Culebra de collar Catalan Serp de collaret
Portuguese Cobra-de-agua-de-colar Basque Suge gorbataduna House 24% Stable/Barn 10% Dung 29% Elsewhere 5% Unknown 32% Figure 2.
This study aimed to assess practice and perception of diabetic patients regarding self-Management in Taif region as well as to collaret
specific demographic characteristics associated with practice that may affect patients' perceptions regarding diabetes self-management.
Un fill d'aquest sang s'havia escorregut coll avall, havia pintat un roig collaret
entorn d'un pit .
Yousefzada's jewellery includes a hand-made collaret
with an 18k snakeskin chain with two bevelled square-rock crystals suspended froman 18k white gold bar with round brilliant cut diamonds set with two faceted sapphires.
The location very strongly collarets
with the permitted use (eventually "the highest and best use"), where "the highest and best use" (probably permitted use in the zoning) may represent the highest economic potential of property in cash--a market value (see Apraisal Institute 2008).
It is therefore advisable that practitioners get into the habit of looking carefully at the iris collarets
, of any patients at risk.
Around his neck and across his breast, his wife and mourners had placed a collarets
made of cornflowers, lilies and lotus.