jupon


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jupon

(ˈʒuːpɒn)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a short close-fitting sleeveless padded garment, used in the late 14th and early 15th centuries with armour. Also called: gipon
[C15: from Old French, from Old French jupe; see jumper1]
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He had thrown off his green jerkin, and his chest was covered only by a pink silk jupon, or undershirt, cut low in the neck and sleeveless.
In this show, her work comprises three kinds of structures: five large, leather-covered resin sculptures in pale, dusty colors, hanging from the walls like lungs, chunks of brain, or soft prostheses, each titled Chin Up (all works 2015); bony, delicate, polished steel-and-silicone structures set on the floor like remnants of a cyborg whale, such as Jupon des corps (Body's Underskirt); and white resin-and-plaster shells with chrome tubes that recall some kind of carapace, body armor, or shelter (Second Choices, Sample A; Second Choices, Sample B; Second Choices, Sample C; and Second Choices, Sample D).
Nous ne mentionnerons que deux cas dans lesquels il semble etre intervenu en tant qu'inquisiteur: le rituel du cheval jupon et le pelerinage sur la tombe de saint Guignefort.
If it is expected to wear a denim shirt with a denim jeans, do the unexpected and wear the denim shirt with a pink ballerina jupon."
Pour la femme, ce costume est plus complexe et plus riche: il se compose d'un ipil, d'un jupon, et de bijoux en or (collier, boucles d'oreille, fleur dans les cheveux...).
Le jupon qui depasse est a la mode, mais, nous dira-t-on, c'est par souci de transparence que Fon montre son jupon ...
Although the market kept in-line with the island's culture it also highlighted more modern businesses showcasing baking prowess with cookies, cupcakes and Arabic sweets, or other stalls exhibiting beautiful jalabiyas and trendy T-shirts.Badreya Al Alawai, 25, who works with the Ministry of Culture, started a fashion boutique in Riffa with her sister Sara, 29, called Jupon. Together, the fashionistas designed jalabiyas, Bisht, kimonos and abayas.Ms Al Alawai said: "Jupon is French and is the puffy thing you put under a dress.
Badreya Khaled Al Alawi, owner of Jupon Tailoring, specialised in designing and sale of traditional Abaya and Jallabiyas, said that this is her second participation with Tamkeen's support through Tarweej Programme.
L'ensemble complet a emprunte des accessoires a d'autres cultures : l'ebasi (modele) europeen, le jupon togolais et l'echarpe igbo du Nigeria, jetee avec elegance sur l'epaule gauche.
Given the law's historic co-optation of concepts from the health care field to increase its coercive power over women, the reliance of Beetz Jupon the tradition and history of state interest in foetal viability and preservation to add legitimacy to its criminalization of abortion is problematic, to say the least: see Carol Smart, Feminism and the Power of Law (London: Routledge, 1989) regarding the interaction of medical knowledge regarding the viability of the foetus with the criminalization of abortion.
Variable Mixto 10,2 -9,6 3,57 -1,9 Variable Euro -1,1 -20,5 3,83 -3,1 Variable Europa 0,6 -19,5 4,16 -3,1 Variable USA 0,4 -14,0 3,79 -8,4 Vunublti Jupon -6,2 -23,2 4,04 -12,5 Variable 9,1 -16,8 6,10 2,6 Variable Resto -0,1 -27,2 5,80 -2,8 Globales 6.9 -26,2 4,77 2,7 Garantizados R.
La mere Rollet la couvrit d'un jupon et resta debout pres d'elle.