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che·mise

(shem-ēz'),
A square of gauze fastened to a catheter passed through its center; used to retain a tampon packed around the catheter inserted into a wound, such as that resulting from a perineal resection.
[Fr. shirt]
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Chemise eventually finished 9th of 12 and the fines seem way out of proportion.
Above, Center: Simple yet classy sleeveless, collarless chemise has tucking around bodice and at hemline.
Even the chapter titles burst out of literary convention's tight chemise: "My friends!
Watch out for the chemise - it may feel cold outside, but this little number is "hot, hot, hot".
"Hair black as midnight," said Tarsha, adjusting her amethyst ankle bracelet in the dry noon heat while Juney fingered six crisp green bills that protruded from her Mordoni chemise and a hummingbird zoned in on the flamelike phalanx of orchids.
Slip into something a lot more comfortable with a matching chemise and gown.
This silky chemise is PS20 at BHS Fashionably | on time...
This |slinky short chemise is PS14 at BHS |Pencil us in...
L'etude prend en compte le prix d'un sandwich commande au titre du service de chambre, du nettoyage a sec d'une chemise, et des consommations du mini-bar: une bouteille d'eau, les amuse-bouches, une mini bouteille de vodka, et une canette de soda.
Appretee d'un mini-short en jean, d'un debardeur noir et d'une chemise a carreaux nouee autour de la taille, la jeune femme avait anticipe la presence des paparazzi en se planquant derriere ses lunettes de soleil.
"The garments date back to the 1880s and include her silk undergarments, comprising a pair of silk bloomers and a chemise," the BBC quoted Charles Hanson, manager of Hanson's auctioneers in Etwall, as saying.