paper handkerchief


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paper handkerchief

nfazzolettino di carta
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These dolls marched and danced before the visitors, and then they all waved their paper handkerchiefs and sang in a sweet chorus a song called "The Flag of Our Native Land."
This sits alongside paper handkerchief laundering and the pulping of someone's business card.
Surely nobody would waste their hard earned, credit crunched dirhams on a paper handkerchief containing somebody elses' diseases and makeup stains.
The original cover price was 2/6d and they are in very good condition, so they should make pounds 30-pounds 40."; NOT TO BE SNIFFED AT: John says: "This is a Titanic tissue paper handkerchief. I have seen these before, but they are not as common as they were a few years ago, and they are very fragile so it's important to have one like this which has been kept in good condition.
"There's also the Paper Handkerchief tree, the Davidia Involucrata which looks like it has white paper handkerchiefs hanging down.
Last Saturday morning, we were doing our routine weekend chores when my husband discovered that I had left a paper handkerchief in a pocket of one of my garments and it had shredded in the washing machine, covering his clothes with little bits of tissue.
"One minute I can be sorting out an awkward invoice, the next I'm handing out a paper handkerchief to a child with the sniffles."
So, too, does Kleenex hope to escape from being confused with every other paper handkerchief on the market.
However, he has claimed he would still rather be playing for Rangers and would never have gone looking for another team if the Ibrox club hadn't discarded him `like an old paper handkerchief'.
IF THE dress rehearsal had all the impact of a slap across the face with a paper handkerchief, the performance reached the heights of a dramatic masterpiece.
A woman sobbed into a green paper handkerchief as 3.10pm approached, the time when the bomb exploded.