wire-rimmed

wire-rimmed

adj
(Clothing & Fashion) (of spectacles) having thin wirelike metal frames
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We need to calm these people down.' The taller of the two pushed his wire-rimmed glasses up on his nose and nodded, glancing at the other man who was also nodding as he wiped tears from his eyes.
"We have a perfect right to take back control of our borders," he insisted in a broadcast to the nation, wire-rimmed glasses glistening with subdued rage.
Wearing a grey jumper and wire-rimmed spectacles, he spoke only to confirm his personal details.
(Cuadros and Aguilar became friends in the 1970s while attending the same high school in Montebello, California.) Cuadros's style proves him to be a queer of his moment: He is pictured wearing a V-neck sweater-vest, wire-rimmed glasses, one hoop earring, and a flannel tied around his waist.
And they were the years of short, informative films, covering such topics as Crofting on the Isle of Mull, Look At These Grimy Northern Homes and Black Country Children with Wire-Rimmed Glasses And Rickets.
He has long orange- blonde straight hair and was wearing wire-rimmed reading glasses, a black and red jacket, and green jogging pants, police said.
Mallya's reported net worth of $1.2 billion (Dh4.41 billion) allowed him the bandwidth to live life king-size - from indulging in designer sunglasses to refurbishing the interiors of an Airbus A319 for $40 million to serve as his private, in-air hospitality lounge-cum-office, to buying Mahatma Gandhi's wire-rimmed glasses and other personal belongings at a New York auction for an astronomical $1.8 million ...
They were both sporting the same suit and wire-rimmed glasses, and even wore the same mustache and receding hairline.
To her right, a girl of 5 or 6, earnest in her wire-rimmed glasses, places a hand on the shoulder of her younger brother, who looks like he is about to cry.
Outfitted in a grey wig, wire-rimmed glasses, and period jacket by Marianne Glittenberg, Finley's Alfonso conjured up a roll on a snare drum with a snap of his fingers, and made a small chorus appear from behind the shrubbery with a wave of his handkerchief.
The film opens in 2001, with the Steve Jobs (Ashton Kutcher) - wire-rimmed glasses, trimmed grey beard, black turtleneck and jeans - presenting the first iPod, the gadget that would revolutionize our music systems.
If nothing else, it proves the popularity of wire-rimmed glasses and flesh-coloured hearing aids.