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  • So too could clothing traditional to Muslim India and Pakistan, such as the salvar (long pants) kameez (long-sleeved top) ensemble, again worn by men and women.vi Unlikely though this may sound, we can nonetheless hear the kind of conversation it would lead to between salesperson and shopper:

    The English Is Coming!

  • We arrived in separate cabs and he was wearing a navy blue blazer and a long-sleeved shirt.

    When to Call the Wedding Off

  • I had to wear long-sleeved shirts to school for two weeks to hide the weals.

    .177-Caliber Parenting

  • I'd watch Anderson Cooper, and when Anderson was talking about ousted president Hosni Mubarak, I was saying 'Libya's next, Libya next,' he explained as he stood in a hotel in the Libyan capital, his muscular frame dressed in a long-sleeved T-shirt and camouflage fatigues.

    American joins ranks of Libya's rebels

  • He is wearing a long-sleeved, striped shirt tucked into his trousers; Arni is wearing a black t-shirt and basketball shorts.

    Theo Spielberg: Meet The Vaccines!

  • Jeans, good trekking shoes, black long-sleeved shirt.

    Would I make it?

  • He always wears jeans with a long-sleeved cowboy shirt and a rancher's straw hat.

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  • You cannot as you might with a designer piece plan to wear the clothing I'm about to recommend during the autumn or winter, with the addition of a long-sleeved T, a cashmere cardi or a pair of wooly tights.

    Spring's Prints Charming?

  • In what was easily one of their best collections in recent memory, Max and Lubov Azria sent out a fluid, almost scarf-like, collection of color-blocked pieces that, when broken down to its core, emanated from a simple black, long-sleeved T-shirt.

    Jim Shi: New York Fashion Week, Day One: BCBG Max Azria, Richard Chai Love, Vena Cava, Ports 1961 & L.A.M.B. (PHOTOS)

  • I also picked up two cheap long-sleeved T-shirts and three bra tanks for layering, because it's hard to have too many of such things in New England.

    awaiting the snowpocalypse

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