bowtie


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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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Bowtie automatically books clients, answers questions and enables live chat over SMS and web.
The Hat & Bowtie Contest has attracted more than 200 participants in the past.
Balfe was quick to jump on the chance to tease her co-star about the bowtie. Commenting on the post, she jokingly asked if Heughan knew anyone who knows how to tie a bowtie because she is in need of one.
Bowtie up and down, Jerry has been an invaluable scholar, officer, leader, and friend within the NCHC, and we toast him with a Detroit Dirty Martini.
Based on the preferred neckwear of high school science teachers and Winston Churchill, the bowtie model uses the left half of the bow to represent proactive controls used to mitigate the likelihood of risk events and the right half to represent reactive measures to mitigate the impact.
At Bowtie Kids - Courage & Confidence for Kids with Chronic Pain, they say Yes, tying the knot on National Bowtie Day can improve lives.
Position the bowtie over the deer head, centering it over the deer neck.
Ties are in but ditch the clip-on bowtie and learn how to tie a real one.
Expressive drawings by Dougal MacPherson showcase a range of emotions as Teddy's bowtie becomes Tilly's hair bow.
In a two-year process, Gelber allowed the retailer to leave the "Bowtie" on Broadway between 42nd and 47th, while remaining within the epicenter of Times Square's high-impact market.
Bowtie Model: Bowtie is an effective method that allows its users to build barriers to prevent events from occurring.