- n. Plural form of sleeve.
“On both sides of the sleeves is the Kappa logo and the AS Roma kits were worn with white shorts and black sock.”
“Arsenal FC in new traditional red kits from Nike, from the collar down the sleeves is a white section which seperated from the red by what looks like a black thick line.”
“So I think rolling up your sleeves is the best thing you can do as a VC, but its work and it requires a committment that not all VCs have. posted by redbarren at 7: 54 PM”
“Just released this morning, CNN Opinion Research Corporation poll showing Hillary Clinton leading the charge among Democratic candidates for president, followed by Senator Barack Obama and former Senator John Edwards who joins me now from Seneca, South Carolina, Main Street in short sleeves, which is why I don my shirt sleeves, as well.”
“I am so happy I got the sleeves right because it is tricky for a beginner to do set-in sleeves!”
“Three-needle binding off, at least for set-in sleeves, takes at least twice as long as sewing.”
“Then the movies themselves are foolishly presented in sleeves: you have to sort of modestly bend the thick cardboard-ish page and then slide the DVDs out, trying not to scratch them as you do.”
“Finally, have you always wanted to go ice skating in short sleeves?”
“Whenever he's in short sleeves, I can't help but think of some alien cricket leg, the way his handless arm bends and fiddles about.”
“Between the two fast food places downstairs, I've shown up in short-sleeves and long-sleeves, straight hair and curly hair, explored most items on the menus for take-away and quick dine-in over the years.”
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