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mannequin

(man'i-kin) [Fr. fr. D. manneken, little man] See: manikin

man·ne·quin

, mannikin (man'i-kin)
A model, especially one with removable pieces, of the human body or any of its parts.
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In 2013, Shiv Sena corporator Ritu Tawde and others had made national news for demanding the removal of mannequins at lingerie shops in the city.
The famous retailer launched its first plus size collection back in 2017 and has since stated that they have plans to introduce the mannequins to other stores worldwide.
For being forced to shorten his fences, a man in Santa Rosa, California found a way to get even through a hilarious display in his lawn - a nude mannequin garden party.
sig pr ta wt As a result, the PHA produced a set of mannequins taken from casts of women which were painted to reflect these less well-known signs for an awareness film.
Rainbows Head of Retail, Karen Bilsby, said: "We're asking local people to have a summer clear-out to see if they can come up with outfits to kit out our shop mannequins with style, male, or female!" The best outfits will be displayed across the charity's five shop window displays - and there's even an opportunity the those who donate them to be pictured with the mannequins and featured on the Rainbows website!
"In the next year, due to the increased number of inquiries we are getting, we anticipate doubling our sales of bariatric mannequins.
To address that need, Simetri is in the second phase of building and testing a "female retrofit" kit for male mannequins. That would allow instructors to put female body features on existing male mannequins "for a much lower cost than buying a second mannequin that would be on the shelf," Alban said.
The mention of the China-made mannequins made one turn around to glance back at the one missing an eyelash.
In 2008, the municipality had issued a circular stipulating that the mannequins should be headless and displayed with decent clothes.
THIS bonkers team scaled Moel Famau in near freezing temperatures in just their swim wear to pull off an eye-watering Mannequin Challenge.
Alessandro Fongaro, Chief Executive at Lideimmagine said the company's goal was to create "lightness, versatility and flexibility" in the new mannequins.
But the "magnetic bodies" in this show are the plastic mannequins that can be seen in shop windows around Cairo.