WORN


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WORNWrite Once, Read Never
References in classic literature ?
And as for this necklace, I do not suppose I have worn it six times: it is very pretty, but I never think of it; and though you would be most heartily welcome to any other in my trinket-box, you have happened to fix on the very one which, if I have a choice, I would rather part with and see in your possession than any other.
An old, pointed blue hat, that had belonged to some Munchkin, was perched on his head, and the rest of the figure was a blue suit of clothes, worn and faded, which had also been stuffed with straw.
The worn surfaces of the tested pins were observed by SEM and EDS to identify the main wear mechanisms that took place in the different wear conditions for this study.
The ColdGear piece that works so well on the football field is the same piece worn on the baseball, softball and lacrosse fields, not to mention on the ski slopes by men and women.
Necklace worn over scarf, $19, necklace worn on pants, $13, and earrings, $7, girlprops.
Other characteristics of Masai fashion are loose clothing, and necklaces of bead discs, worn around the neck.
When the time arises to replace worn shredder parts, operators should take care to make sure they're shopping smart and getting the most for their money.
In Do the Right Thing, the white cyclist who runs over Nikes worn by Buggin' Out is initially harangued for his clumsiness, but his critics soon turn to his shirt, a replica Larry Bird jersey, as a more concrete subject of ridicule.
Less than 1 17/32-in thick is unserviceable, A pad worn down enough to allow metal damage to the grouser can cause enough damage to make the track shoe non-repairable.
The screw and barrel were considerably worn at the end of the barrier section.
Similarly, hosiery should always be worn, even in the summer.
16) Although she classifies Egyptian dress according into two larger categories-that worn by the masses of traditional social classes, rural and urban, and that worn by the educated, mostly, urban classes, Rugh manages to go beyond these broad subdivision to describe the differences among the rural areas and the variability in women's clothing.