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modesty

propriety of dress, speech, and conduct in relations between patients and health care personnel, including draping and covering of the patient to the greatest extent possible, depending on the type of care or examination.
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Sweet treats protect a model's modesty BLUSH HOUR 3 The bridal party are in the pink SPOT Z PRIZE Polka-dots are a favourite look
These delightful sets of three pretty modesty panels are available now for only pounds 9.
TEETH JLady Gaga poses with handbag NEW n HEIGHTS Lady uses a board to cover modesty T-RIFFIC JWearing nothing but a T-shirt
at the end of the day, could no longer discover whether Roth really didn't know his name or had only wanted to offer him a small lesson in aggressive modesty.
COVERED With Richie GOING WEST With Viv in March LOW CUT A 2001 top HOLD-UP Scarf saves modesty NIPPY Top starts to slip CHEEKY A flash of her bum REAR VIEW It all falls down BUST IN SHOW She falls out of flimsy top
Because of the modesty of its aims, the diversity of work in the exhibition, as well as the curators' ability to refrain from didacticism and dogmatism, "Love in the Ruins" succeeds where other such ventures have been relatively unsuccessful.
In the virtual world, her character Modesty was a hostess in Holodeck, the fantasy club owned by his character, Dave Barmy.
He said: "I used the modesty gown but had to raise it for the final act.
In its modesty the work appeared as a manifestation of fundamental human rights; but at the same time it could be read as a vision of consumer society, or even as an installation about poverty.
The 23-year-old seemed keen to mingle with friends and make new acquaintances, while constantly pulling down her tiny dress to preserve her modesty.
Stunning Katie Black and Leigh-Anne McGill were left struggling to protect their modesty as their pink campaign cards slipped.
NNA - Interior and Municipalities Minister Nouhad Machnouk explained that Lebanon "is in dire need for a rescuing road map based on the return to Constitution, via electing a president for the country as an initial step, forming a government prone to monitor the approval on a modern electoral ensuring a fair representation of the oppositionists, political forces and independent figures in Parliament and in state institutions, and carrying out thereafter the parliamentary elections that will thereby ensure the outcome of a new political elite on the basis of modesty.