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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - of a shirt; not buttoned at the neck; "dressed casually in shorts and an open-collared shirt"
unbuttoned, unfastened - not buttoned; "the wind picked up the hem of her unbuttoned coat"
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Rowe, wearing a grey suit and open-collared white shirt, showed no emotion as he was handed a life sentence with a minimum term of 12 years at Brighton Crown Court yesterday.
Tattooed Buckley, in an open-collared blue shirt, turned repeatedly to the public gallery but remained silent following the verdict that he was guilty on both counts.
Indeed, Skarsgard's turn as an overbearing, open-collared Russian stereotype proves to be the film's strongest asset.
Sitting with Jebraily at a small, microphone-studded table, Zibakalam, dressed in an open-collared shirt and dark blue sports coat over his trademark suspenders, first argued that conservatives' anti-American rhetoric was harming Iran's national interest.
Dressed in a dark grey suit and white open-collared shirt he spoke only to confirm his name, address and date of birth during the brief hearing.
Wearing a blue suit jacket, a white open-collared shirt and bangles, he entered no pleas to all five offences.
He wasn't helped by the regal costume design of Anne Patterson--black suits and open-collared Shirts for the men, a little more concert-style variety for the ladies--nor was the production enhanced by the oval and rectangular-framed projections that passed for scenery Still, I doubt that anyone at Bard that late afternoon and early evening had, during a very vocal final ovation, any serious regrets about how he'd been spending his time.
Star Wars Ties ( PS39.99, The tie appears to be making a bit of a comeback, with open-collared shirts falling out of favour with the entrepreneur.
The president, dressed in tan slacks and a white, open-collared shirt with sleeves rolled up, walked down South Woodlawn Avenue alongside senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, both clearly enjoying the sunny and seasonable weather, according to pool reporters on scene.
Swann, wearing jeans and a white open-collared shirt, earlier told the court he believed the speeding matter had been dealt with.
He does this while wearing a winning smile, a nice suit and an open-collared shirt, a look his orchestra mimics.