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Noun1.bowtie - a man's tie that ties in a bowbowtie - a man's tie that ties in a bow  
black tie - a black bow tie worn with a dinner jacket
necktie, tie - neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) under a collar and tied in knot at the front; "he stood in front of the mirror tightening his necktie"; "he wore a vest and tie"
white tie - bow tie worn as part of a man's formal evening dress
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The 'Quincy Orange' bowtie is a great occasion piece, while the textured detailing of the 'Jacob Blue' tie also makes a statement.
The mixed-use development will also include 76,000 square feet of retail space of varying sizes, with more than 200 feet of wraparound frontage on the bowtie and a 26-foot-tall glass storefront.
2) BWT [7] based approaches, such as BowTie [20] and BWA [22], create a BWT based index and use an iterative prefix matching technique to find an alignment.
Surprisingly, we also found that when arranged in an array, the 3-D bowtie resonators could emit light at specific angles according to the lattice parameters," Odom said.
We believe the bowtie should be an open accessory not restricted by gender.
Beyond the stereotype of glasses, bowties, and tweed jackets, the authors also examined how faculty race and gender were portrayed in film, and how these depictions may influence student evaluations of professors.
The sheep, basically large white circles, are amusing differentiated by small details of bowtie, hair bows, glasses and so on.
Perhaps the most obvious was Matt Smith's Doctor Who, with singer Brendon Urie wearing braces, a bowtie and a foppish side parting.
To create a bowtie fold, bend a paper plate in half.
Milano's Italian Grille offers items such as Chicken Milano--a grilled chicken breast and bowtie pasta smothered with sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms in a garlic cream sauce.
There's pictures of me in a tuxedo and gold bowtie.
Who wore a bowtie sometimes, and a vest, I think even a hanky in his jacket pocket.