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jabot

see frilled.
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Number of Uredinales species in the most representative families of PARNA Itatiaia and rust/host relationship Families Number of Number of Rust/Host botanical Uredinales ** Relationship species * Asteraceae 218 42 1:5 Orchidaceae 173 1 1:173 Leguminosae 154 24 1:6 Myrtaceae 96 2 1:48 Rubiaceae 73 8 1:9 Piperaceae 65 2 1:33 Solanaceae 62 6 1:10 Poaceae 42 18 1:2 Euphorbiaceae 31 8 1:4 Cyperaceae 29 5 1:6 Total 943 116 1:8 * Data from JABOT Jan/2009 (RB--Herbarium of Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro), ** data from this study.
4) Blouses were elaborate, modelled on current styles prevalent in the West: thus high collars with ribbons, frills, jabots, and brooches were popular from the 1870s till the turn of the century and a few women also wore mutton-chop sleeves, peaked at the shoulder.
tu trouveras ton bien dans les plus eloignes des mots tresor protege des oies au jabot rouge c'est le minerai qui n'est pas a ciel ouvert c'est l'union des usages contraires de la parole .
Notable examples include Peri's Austrian of heavyweight silk dupioni tuck; Springs' Dutchess Satin three-piece jabot and toga-top treatments; and Richloom's opulent Medici group in gold and burgundy.
The velvet jacket, lace jabot, hairy sporran, and so on should only be worn, if at all, for occasions such as weddings and investitures.
Pundits often wonder, If she will be the first Chief Justice to wear a jabot.
Boys donned a white shirt with a jabot and waist frills, a flannel waistcoat, and black breeches.
He wore a splendid velvet smoking-jacket, and announced that normally for dinner he also wore his jabot and lace cuffs, but that he restrained himself "when traveling in the colonies.
Three-piece ensemble with printed blouse, with jabot and buttons down front, leather blazer, satin skirt, and crushed-satin headpiece, by Black designer Lawrence Steele.
a pleated jabot of cheap lace, caught with a large novelty pin of imitation