DRESS


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AcronymDefinition
DRESSDepth-Resolved Surface-Coil Spectroscopy
DRESSDrug Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (medical allergic syndrome)
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That, then, is as much as to refuse, because the dress is wanted for the
No really, my dear, this dress is not pretty," said Lise, looking sideways at Princess Mary from a little distance.
I never wore a turned dress in my life; do you suppose people will know it?
The meaner sort of people here dress themselves very plain; they only wear drawers, and a thick garment of cotton, that covers the rest of their bodies: the people of quality, especially those that frequent the court, run into the contrary extreme, and ruin themselves with costly habits.
She was far too deeply interested on the subject of the dress to notice that she had forgotten herself already, and that she had referred to Magdalen by her own name.
Although her dress, her coiffure, and all the preparations for the ball had cost Kitty great trouble and consideration, at this moment she walked into the ballroom in her elaborate tulle dress over a pink slip as easily and simply as though all the rosettes and lace, all the minute details of her attire, had not cost her or her family a moment's attention, as though she had been born in that tulle and lace, with her hair done up high on her head, and a rose and two leaves on the top of it.
Very good people indeed, you will notice, dress altogether in black, even to gloves and neckties, and they will probably take to black shirts before long.
the less taste a person has in dress, the more obstinate he always seems to be.
I saw that the bride within the bridal dress had withered like the dress, and like the flowers, and had no brightness left but the brightness of her sunken eyes.
The truth was, that she had run into her little cabin, pulled off her dress, blackened her face and hands, put on the fur-skin cloak, and was Cat- skin again.
She wore a pale-blue, pansy-sprinkled muslin dress with more ruffles than one would ever have supposed economical Janet could be guilty of, and a white leghorn hat with pink roses and three ostrich feathers on it.
It would give me such a thrill, Marilla, just to wear a dress with puffed sleeves.