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“He had that day received from General Nivelle his "cravate" as”
“Souleiado = a maker of Provençal fabrics, clothing, and linens en soie = in silk fera l'affaire = will fit the bill voilà = presto noeud papillon = bow tie une cravate = tie une agrafeuse = a stapler une petite fera l'affaire = a small one will do it le pantalon = pants”
“But you must tuck your shirt in when you wear a cravate!”
“Song tried what must be described as a flashy cravate-kick from four yards ... it was blocked by the defender ... but rebounded back off Song and into the net!”
“He's gone for that full prince of darkness look, black suit complete with extravagant black cravate/scarf.”
“The Man Without a Head' is kind of a ripoff of 'La cravate' by Alejandro Jodorowsky...”
“Or rather, he's wearing Max Factor make-up, has a blow-dry coif, and is slipping into his Armani suit and Hermes cravate.”
“Le noeud est à la cravate ce que le cerveau est à l'homme.”
“Avec les mêmes bas et la même cravate, and the shooting-jacket unchanged, they were visibly disappointed.”
“Thus we have the Lloyd George _cravate_, the Wilson”
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