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gown

(goun)
n.
A robe or smock worn in operating rooms and other parts of hospitals as a guard against contamination.
tr.v. gowned, gowning, gowns
To clothe (oneself or another) with a gown.

gown

Graduate education The black sari worn during graduation from an educational experience Infectious control A cloth, paper, or synthetic garment which covers the body to a greater–from the wrists and neck northward to the knees or below, southward–surgical gowns, or lesser–from upper arms and neck to mid-thigh for Pt gowns–degree. See Personal protection garment.

gown,

n the protective garment worn by health care provider designed to prevent the spread of infection between the health care provider and the patient.

gown

protective garment, usually of fabric or paper; used in surgery as a barrier between the patient and the operating personnel.
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You need n't save any old silk gowns for me; I don't mean to be a fine lady when I grow up, I 'm going to be a farmer's wife, and make butter and cheese, and have ten children, and raise pigs," she added in one enthusiastic burst.
The crystal mesh wedding gown on display at Harvey Nichols, Mall of the Emirates.
31, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Finding the perfect gown for one of the most important days of your life is no easy feat
This past fall, Naeem Khan launched a new website that exhibited a strong wedding gown presence—further creating a partnership between the specialty event planner and the talented wedding gown designer.
uk Hit Gwyneth Paltrow, 42 The actress looked divine in her Ralph & Russo gown with oversize flower.
This soft, lightweight gown is four times more protective than other comparable surgical gowns and provides users with unsurpassed comfort.
Kim Kardashian who recently walked the aisle on May 24 with fiance Kanye West looking stunning in her Givenchy wedding gown designed by designer friend Riccardo Tisci.
JOHANSS0N The Avengers star, shone in a Dolce Gabbana gown & with a gold and jewelled bodice tulle fishtail.
Visitors to the exhibition will be able to gaze upon the Queen's wedding gown from 1947, designed by Norman Hartnell; her coronation robes; the bridal dress of Florentine princess Marie de Medici, who married the King of France, Henry IV, in 1600; also the wedding gown of Princess Charlotte of Wales, wife of Prince Leopold, who died in 1817 just a year after her marriage.
MY aim is to give the bride-to-be a luxurious and diverse opportunity to choose the gown they have always dreamed of in a colour, shape and fabric that reflects their own style.
The WCBF estimates that the new gowning approach allows employees to gown up in about three-quarters of the time they used to spend on the gowning process with their previous disposable gowns.
She had Hart's 1950s lace gown repaired, cleaned and preserved, boxed up and ready for another bride in the family.