bow-tie


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Noun1.bow-tie - a man's tie that ties in a bowbow-tie - 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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Cummerbunds are traditionally worn with a bow-tie and pleated front shirt.
The superstar can be seen with a white collared shirt held tightly in place by a pink bow-tie round the neck.
One of the important types of antennas, used in many broadband applications, is the Bow-Tie antenna which has undergone various attempts to enhance its performance.
9pm one battle Creamy salmon & chive bows INGREDIENTS 350g bow-tie pasta 200g tub light soft cheese A squeeze of lemon juice 145g pack gravadlax, torn into pieces, or smoked salmon trimmings A bunch of chives, snipped METHOD 1 Cook the pasta following pack instructions.
"Maury, I've made it a priority to get a bow-tie from Autism Speaks for April."
AB InBev has fielded a new can for Budweiser, with a prominent red "Bow-tie" as the central graphic element.
Sharply-styled, the Gold Bow-Tie are calling the Cruze a four-door coupe, and it's coming to Europe next spring.
Highlights of the bow-tie era were enhanced faculty scholarship, a multiplication of clinical opportunities, inauguration of a new business law program, including an excellent curriculum in intellectual property, and the founding of two scholarly journals: Animal Law, now in its thirteenth volume, and the Lewis and Clark Law Review, now in its tenth.
Philbert Tiki Yong, wearing a bow-tie in a family wedding photograph, is an ICAF Youth Board Member and a science student in Malaysia.
More medially located sagittal images showed a high-signal area between the anterior and posterior portions of the low-signal medial meniscus, called the "absent bow-tie" sign (Figure 3).
CHEF Jason Whitehouse created a bow-tie shaped pizza to celebrate the success of his employer, the Warwick -based division of contract caterer, Eurest.
Burkard Polster, from the School of Mathematical Sciences at Monash University, in Australia, tested five other ways of lacing and found that the bow-tie method, using all of the shoe's eyelets, took up the least amount of lace.