- n. Plural form of necklace.
“Now that the Pentagon has decided to totally ignore this scandal, to sweep under the rug the fact that US troops are making the electronic version of ear necklaces from the dead, is it time for AMERICAblog to publish the worst of the photos on our site?”
“Oxen are costumed in necklaces made of limes and painted tortillas, their yokes covered in flowers.”
“One of his finest portraits is that of Frida Kahlo, dressed in necklaces and flowing clothes, leaning against a table with a curious glass ball.”
Frida Kahlo Manuel Alvarez Bravo is not as well known for his portraits of artists and intellectuals, but many are dazzling. One of his finest portraits is that of Frida Kahlo, dressed in necklaces and flowing clothes, leaning against a table with a curious glass ball. He probably met Kahlo through her father, Wilhelm Kahlo, to whom he was introduced by Hugo Brehme, his teacher at the start of his career. He and Frida were to become friends
“Very young girls look best in short necklaces; women whose throats are getting lined should take to jeweled dog-collars, in addition to their strings of pearls or diamond chains.”
“I just purchased two fabulous coin necklaces from H&M for $12.”
“#30 Calophi, and those things she calls necklaces are not necklaces either ….they’re damn ribbons with a damn button slapped on.”
“Last week the CPSC recalled necklaces from The Princess and the Frog because they contained dangerous levels of cadmium.”
“As well as giant 'A' initial brooches, 'ASHISH' name necklaces and knuckledusters and cool aviator sunglasses brooches in silver.”
“Items include a crusader shield, military-style dog tag necklaces, combat stretch bands for the wrists, canteens, baseball hats and temporary face tattoos.”
“According to the company catalogue, the dog tag necklaces are a best seller.”
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