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Some of whom wear heeled shoes to work, some of whom like wearing skirts, some of whom believe that ancient clothes with mud-stains and rips are appropriate for the office, some of whom either own about 20 identical multi-coloured argyll sweaters or have invented an amazingly hard-wearing substance for making one such sweater since they wear such a sweater most days three seasons of the year for eleven years ...
Second is the current sideways cardigan using argyll mohair and an unnamed mohair.
So one thin silkwood, 1 coned moss greenbut light mossmohair unknown name and 1 argyll Rossini greens/golds mohairs I've started again.
O'Donnell@dunoongrammar.argyll-bute.sch.uk or email@example.com
From his Birkenstock sandals and argyll socks to his tweed jacket and his polo shirt, David was eclecticism personified, the sartorial despair of his family.
Dialogue between the Duke of argyll and the Earl of Angus, and the character of his own first wife under that of Penelope.
To find out more about living & working in argyll & bute visit www. argyll-bute.gov.uk
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