argyles


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argyles

Socks with diamond-shaped patterns in various colors on a background of a single color.
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References in classic literature ?
If I had been better versed in these things, I would have known the tartan to be of the Argyle (or Campbell) colours.
As they entered Argyle Buildings, however, she was roused by this address from her companion, "Who is that girl who looked at you so hard as she went by?"
LAW firm GloverPriest Solicitors has completed the acquisition of Tamworth-based Argyles Solicitors.
Argyles, believed to be one of the oldest law firms in the country, provides a range of services, including family, employment and conveyancing.
The addition of Argyles will bring GloverPriest's portfolio of offices to seven, adding to operations in King Heath, Quinton, Stourbridge, Cradley Heath, Acocks Green and Wellingborough.
For example, when determining the chance of drawing an argyle sock with a hole, students could spread the pieces out face up and note that three socks are argyles with holes; therefore, the probability should be 3 out of 18, or 1/6.
On one foot, she has a red-and-white-striped sock and on the other, she has an argyle sock.
A set with three designs (plain, striped, and argyle), three colors (red, yellow, and blue), and two states of repair (with a hole and without a hole) will have eighteen distinct socks.