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bootie

(bo͞o′tē)
n.
1. A soft, usually knitted shoe for a baby. Also called bootee.
2. An ankle-length disposable foot covering, used by medical personnel and others in sterile environments.
3. A shoe or low boot extending to either just below or just above the anklebone.
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Red Square: Flowers of Romance embroidered off-shoulder top, $154; True Religion flare jeans, $219; Black open-toe Bedstu booties, $220; Handbag, $220; Jewelry by local designer Brown Water Design, prices vary
The dog's owner said he had tried to put booties on her several times and she always squirmed and kicked so much he gave up.
So rush those twinkle toes to your nearest Gini & Jony store, match and grab the best pair of Gini & Jony Happy Feet Booties.
3 Reboot for Sarasota in flirty cut-out suede booties by Diane von Furstenberg ($435).
According to the company, Nooby's Booties fill a need for disposable dog booties that are not only effective but are priced right.
Baby booties, pillows, glass holders and ornaments are some of the newer items available.
What the women fashion with their careful stitches are infant burial gowns and blankets, preemie day gowns, bonnets, booties and "lovie dolls.
It had pink frosting booties on it, and I could not resist.
And if it is known that a person was sick with SARS on the site, cleaners should be wearing proper masks, booties, gloves, and "HAZMAT" suits.
Northern outfitters EXP boots, 145 [pounds sterling]; dog booties 2 [pounds sterling]
That's why chips are assembled in clean rooms, where the air is filtered and everyone entering must, like surgeons, don protective caps, gowns, and booties.
Recommended by experts and the first choice of many parents, Robeez shoes and booties are available in a wide range of designs and are sold internationally at thousands of boutiques and specialty stores, including Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's and Neiman Marcus, as well as in over 350 Stride Rite retail and licensed partner stores.