sarafan


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sarafan

(ˈsærəˌfæn)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a Russian woman's cloak
[Russian]
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Home Care Assistance CEO Lily Sarafan was also named Health Care Executives' 2016 Woman of the Year.
(1.) Fakoor M, Sarafan N, Mohammadhoseini P, Khorami M, Arti H, Mosavi S, et al.
Next, poems by the Iranian poets, Afshin Ala, Qasem Sarafan and Fatemeh Mousavi were read out about the lifestyle and struggle of Zakzaki as well as the Zaria martyrs.
Murphy, Carol Neel, Jamie Peng, Sergio Portesan, Bryant Ragan, Jamal Ratchford, Natasha Riveron, Alyson Lynn Roberts, Jacob Rothman, Jamie Anne Sarafan, Dennis Showalter, Katherine J.
Stratford Place Stud, which is based near Cheltenham and managed by John Wall, is no stranger to success on the world stage having bred the 2008 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf hero Donativum and American Grade 1 winner Sarafan in addition to domestic stakes winners such as High Heel Sneakers, Silver Pivotal and Waveband.
Dulux's Summer Medley 3 is a good match, pounds 10.75 for 1L ( , 0330 123 9234) Wallpaper from the Sarafan collection at the Designers Guild from pounds 47 a roll (www.designersguild.com).
Randy Sarafan's device could be the answer to millions of men and women's problems who struggle with unhooking bra clasps, Metro in the UK reported.
The fitful breeze played upon the tails of his white sarafan and the voluminous handkerchief knotted to his belt.
Some guests also wore sarafan, the Russian folk costume.
The low turnout was "kind of sad," said Tanya Beede of Eugene, one of the organizers who was dressed in a red sarafan, a traditional Russian dress.
Each bag takes one of the spies' original code names, like Mischief, Solange, Sarafan, and Odette and the key style, "Mischief" has a secret compartment, accessed via a double zip at the base of the bag.