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  • Beach Blanket Bingo Bikinis for those who want to go girly Jets by Jessika Allen black-and-white gingham, "Romance" gathered bandeau halter top, £111, and deep-cut tie bottom, £67

    Becoming a Bathing Beauty

  • There had been parties on the street before, only on this particular Friday evening two months ago, guests wore Ray-Bans, deep-cut v-neck T-shirts and skinny jeans.

    Why do people hate hipsters?

  • From the opposite bank she drew in her gaze to the brook itself, the deep-cut and rocky bed smoothing out under her walls to the broad stretch of the ford.

    A Caregiver's Homage To The Very Old

  • The external 'inspection trap' for the wastepipe to the sewer is simply a hole hacked in the sidewalk that has no proper connection on the pipes (like a deep-cut clay raceway, as would be common practice in England).

    Help on New House

  • The $30 kit includes a new key and lock, using bars instead of the usual pins and tumblers -- a feature the company says will foil burglars 'deep-cut "bump" keys.

    The Can-Do Home Show

  • Mud villages and castles here and there, the deep-cut water-courses, the gleam of reservoirs, occasional belts of cultivation, isolated groves of trees - all in a sparkling atmosphere backed by serrated cliffs - but of a British-Indian brigade, no sign.

    Churchill On The Frontier - Mamund Valley

  • Soon I was on a road between hedges, and dipping to the deep-cut glen of a stream.

    The Thirty-Nine Steps

  • The lariat is a great way to complement a top or dress that features a V-neck, a plunging neckline, or a deep-cut wrap opening, as the shape of a traditional lariat falls along the same shape gently over the chest.

    Before You Put That On

  • A cloud was passing across the middle of the valley, from which rolling thunder pealed, while above all was glorious sunlight; and when we went down to the part where we saw it passing, we found that a very heavy thunder-shower had fallen under the path of the cloud; and the bottom of the valley, which from above seemed quite smooth, we discovered to be intersected and furrowed by great numbers of deep-cut streams.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

  • Mud villages and castles here and there, the deep-cut water-courses, the gleam of reservoirs, occasional belts of cultivation, isolated groves of trees—all in a sparkling atmosphere backed by serrated cliffs—but of a British-Indian brigade, no sign.

    MY EARLY LIFE

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