pocket handkerchief


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pocket handkerchief

nfazzoletto da taschino
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LITTLE Benjamin said that the first thing to be done was to get back Peter's clothes, in order that they might be able to use the pocket handkerchief.
Natasha, throwing a clean pocket handkerchief over her hair and holding an end of it in each hand, went out into the street.
The pocket handkerchief and the cravat to finish off an outfit is very British.
However, not everyone is a martyr to courtesy, and, regretfully, not everyone carries a pocket handkerchief nowadays.
Business cards and a pocket handkerchief, because you never know.
"Wildlife needs to be able to break out of its nature reserves prison, you can't keep these guys in small, pocket handkerchief reserves, it's really essential, particularly with climate change as a lot of things need to move north.
Police were contacted and when searched the man's pockets were found to contain a glove, a small quantity of powder, a penknife, a pencil, a sixpence, a penny, a pocket handkerchief and part of a letter addressed to John Holme, of Milton Road, Edge Lane, Liverpool.
Dressed in black with a red pocket handkerchief and tinted glasses, Reynolds said the 1979 comedy "Starting Over" about a man torn between his girlfriend and ex-wife was among his favorites.
Dom says a great watch, a statement tie and a pocket handkerchief can make a big difference for men.
Embracing the yellow theme that seems to accompany the last day of the transfer window, the former Manchester United defender-turned-pundit sported a blue blazer and yellow pocket handkerchief, looking for all the world like Michael Caine in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
It's a pocket handkerchief castle you'd snap up if you ever won the National Lottery.