tieless


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tieless

(ˈtaɪləs)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) without a tie or necktie
Translations

tieless

[ˈtaɪlɪs] ADJsin corbata
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And I can add that anyone squatting tieless in the Commons will not get my vote.
It comes after Lib Dem Tom Brake asked a question in the Commons while tieless.
Mehmet Harmanci is a youthful, informal-looking man, casual in that tieless Alexis Tsipras kind of way.
Inuvo, which moved from Conway to Little Rock's River Market District at the end of 2105, promotes a casual work atmosphere, and Howe appears tieless in the company's promotional material.
SAN DIEGO -- Going tieless and "bare beneath the elbows" has been touted for infection control.
So hat's off to the tieless organisers of the YES Awards--Hilary Robotham in particular--for enabling such a worthwhile scheme to happen every year.
The 20-minute quick-fire address to delegates in Brighton, delivered tieless, was originally intended to include a passage invoking Margaret Thatcher's 1980s phrase to warn that the Conservatives still regard unions as "the enemy within".
After this tieless work for over three months, it was of the MPs to go for recess, he said.
I am talking about the fact that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, his Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, as well as other members of his newly sworn in cabinet go tieless.
Tough stance of Germany But the tough negotiating stance of Germany and other eurozone countries has obliged the former student radical and his tieless finance minister Varoufakis, 53, to give ground.
He was an awfully nice man," she says, listing his personal idiosyncrasies as "shabby, knitting, nailbitten, tieless, sometimes halting in speech and awkward of manner".