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jabot

see frilled.
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In this photograph, taken possibly at a Cambridge studio, they wear heavy gowns, the bows, jabots, and frills at different levels of the skirts, a true reflection of European styles of the time.
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.
The words of a prayer two millennia old, the celestial music created by a composer in a wig and jabot make me ask why 1, too, am here, why me?
Michael Jabot, professor of science education State University of New York at Fredonia College of Education
De Jonghe B, Bastuji-Garin S, Fangio P, Lacherade JC, Jabot J, Appere-de-Vecchi C et al.
Time Engineers is an incredibly engaging and equally educational tool," said Michael Jabot, Ph.
Alistair Chisholm stripped down to just his tricorn hat, frilly Jabot (a cravat), and gloves to serenade holidaymakers on the naturist section of Studland beach, in Dorset, at noon on Monday.
Bow tie: A thin tie knotted with two loops from a French tie called a jabot.
Prices for a standard 35-inch window treatment range from around $60 for a simple cotton scallop to $218 for a cascade and jabot style in jacquard damask and crushed velvet.
Micheline, unconsciously duplicating the Queen's gesture, placed the medal back on his neck, patting it into place over his jabot as the cameras whirred and the new knight told us all how delighted he was.
Victor, who has been trying to find out what Ashley's secret project for Jabot is, offered her a job at Newman-Chancellor.