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LAPELSLouisiana Professional Engineering and Land Surveying Board (Baton Rouge, LA)
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He wore a silk hat and a frock coat, the lapel of which was adorned with a white geranium surrounded by leaves.
She pulled him down to her by the lapel of his coat, kissed him, and held him fast for a minute.
"If I wasn't as weak as a brimstone baby, sir," whispers Grandfather Smallweed, drawing the lawyer down to his level by the lapel of his coat and flashing some half-quenched green fire out of his angry eyes, "I'd tear the writing away from him.
It is not often of much use, but still - He only half expected to find anything useful, but certainly he did not expect to find - not under the collar at all, but stitched carefully on the under side of the lapel - a square piece of calico with an address written on it in marking ink.
He displayed a brochette of all sorts of decorations on the lapel of his frac and had a broad ribbon of some order across his shirt front.
Hilbery, and stood erect, holding one lapel of his coat, and gazing into the center of the fire.
Five years later, everything was longer and or wider: the ties were brightly coloured and very wide and the lapels had quadrupled in width as had the collars.
The final line of floral embroidered jackets with beaded lapels and contrast collars was a great offering for the fashion-conscious male.
Mark a horizontal line parallel to the center front at the lapel beginning point, approximately 1" above the bustline.
Notch lapel The classic option for single-breasted tuxedos, this is the safest collar you can opt for.
"I believe there are markets outside the United States that will be as strong, if not stronger, because of the lack of quality competition and the importance of quality garments and the care of those garments," said Michael Eisner, Director of Franchise Development for Lapels Dry Cleaning.
"Before I knew it I had him by the lapels and was screaming at him.