Their hats, coats, waistcoats and neckwear
were soon removed and thrown outside the door, in the passage.
Little by little he changed his tone when speaking of his "friend," whom Long Jack had christened "the Crazy Kid," "the Gilt-edged Baby," "the Suckin' Vanderpoop," and other pet names; and with his sea-booted feet cocked up on the table would even invent histories about silk pajamas and specially imported neckwear
, to the "friend's" discredit.
A plant from whose fibrous bark is made an article of neckwear
which is frequently put on after public speaking in the open air and prevents the wearer from taking cold.
Spanning 11 countries, the company manufactures, sources and assembles products for its portfolio of 50+ brands, which include neckwear
, jewelry, belts, furnishings, wallets and luggage.
It said it was not only blue collar workers ditching the neckwear
for interviews as more people seeking management roles were now going without ties.
Randa, a privately-held company founded in 1910, produces belts, wallets, headwear, slippers, luggage, neckwear
, jewelry, and other accessories under 50 brands, including Levi's, Tommy Hilfiger, Columbia Sportswear, Dickies, and Kenneth Cole.
James is keen on baseball caps, bandanas, neckwear
, socks, all of which offer style points and practical use in and out of the city.
She's also this distinctive character who is 85 years old and has her fabulous neckwear
I feel that, at the present moment in this country, I am on a magical mystery tour" Labour veteran Barry Sheerman explains his gaudy neckwear
to fellow MPs "Like much of our establishment, our universities are too male, pale and stale and do not represent the communities that they serve or modern Britain" Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner
Which "C" means to capture and is an item of neckwear
You can substitute your neckwear
for an appropriate bead, the use of hand beads is also considered appropriate.
And old chum Mike Shaw, former editor of the Colne Valley Guardian, again added to the neckwear