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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 PS79 Alice Temperley emperley T @ John Lewis
If your partner is a little more open and confident in her body, the chemise is perfect," she said.
Chemise had proved a handful on the way to the start and had to be resaddled and regirthed before diving badly right out of the stalls and eventually finishing ninth, beaten around 12 lengths.
SPREE Multi colour floral print georgette chemise dress EUR165 3
Nothing can beat the feeling of slipping into a freshly made bed, so relive that just-laundered moment with Cyberjammies' Breezy White embroidered Flippy cotton chemise, pounds 22, and Aimee cotton pointelle jersey night-dress with floral lace trim, pounds 28 at The White Company.
Short and sweet this is a cropped satin shrug that echoes the Smooth Hazelnut Praline Chemise with its simple lines.
shimmer & sparkle Half-cup bra [euro]73, shorty [euro]44, chemise [euro]105
A touch of luxury Give your nightwear collection a luxurious upgrade with the Colette chemise.
This |slinky short chemise is PS14 at BHS |Pencil us in.
It'll be all bright on the night in this Boux Avenue Cheryl chemise robe set, PS40, (bouxavenue.
Contract awarded for Poleras pique 80% cotton, 20% polyester, 230 grams, short sleeves, neck chemise 3 buttons botamanga woven terminated tajali, embroidered city logo in full color on side upper front left of the shirt.
This was what the picture caption said: "Curators at Kensington Palace inspecting the fine linen chemise and split drawers which were worn by Queen Victoria.