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  • Sitting ramrod straight in her traditional Burmese outfit, a long skirt and high-cut blouse in matching shades of green, during a recent interview, she reflected on the new mood of her countrymen, saying they "aren't as frightened as they used to be."

    Yangon's Many Faces of Change

  • "When you're high-cut like Cliff is," Mr. Jordan said, noting Mr. Lee's long legs, "you can carry a whole lot more down there than most people think you can."

    The Year of the Ace

  • And on Monday, Liv Tyler hit the Stella McCartney Spring/Summer 2011 show in a similar outfit: a black tank top and skirt, matching tights and shoes and a gray blazer with a high-cut collar.

    Lily Allen Or Liv Tyler: Who Wore It Better? (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • If you are less-than confident about your middle half and you want to wear a bikini, then buy high-waisted and high-cut.

    Becoming a Bathing Beauty

  • For those with tummy issues, high-cut and front-draping work well.

    Becoming a Bathing Beauty

  • Girly one-pieces Spanx "Sapphire" high-cut and covers a multitude of sins in cerise, £179

    Becoming a Bathing Beauty

  • They were a signature of the go-go '80s, like her high-cut swimwear and soft fabrics.

    Photo-Op: Orange Crush

  • The high-cut, long-sleeved number had cut-outs on the sides.

    Mindy Kaling's White Dress: Fab Or Flop? (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • By his mid-20s he's worked shifts at Hooters, a catering franchise involving greasy chicken wings and waitresses in high-cut shorts, and decided to "try his hand" at screenwriting.

    Sh*t My Dad Says by Justin Halpern

  • Her almond shaped eyes and high-cut bangs gave her the appearance of a vintage Barbie doll.

    Roomies

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