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  • n. Plural form of bowtie.


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  • No, the real reason that the Yogi Bear movie should never be made is because we need to stop perpetrating the myth that bears are slick-talking hucksters with a fondness for picnic baskets and small gay-seeming companions in bowties who act as a sort of external conscience.

    Beatle Chum Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Dies At 91

  • My penchant for tweed jackets and bowties is an ironic comment on depictions of professors in art, not actual professors I have known.

    Life imitates art

  • For this dish you will need a special type of pasta called "bowties".

    Tuna Pasta

  • No - but I've seen worse "bowties" handed out as well.

  • Behind the waiter stood two very large persons in black suits with black bowties.


  • It was worth the trek down to your end of the exhibition hall, Roger -- though, really, if the clothing vendors are going to score a plum spot right next to the Horn Book booth, they at least ought to capitalize on it by offering commemorative bowties.

    Back from TLA,

  • Kanye's early collegiate style was responsible for the British high street's love of cardigans and bowties – AKA men dressing like their granddad.

    Kanye West's fashion journey

  • Morris Lapidus who was the Architect of the hotel was always wearing bowties so that's why the floor has the bowtie pattern.

    Jordana Zizmor: A Trip to the Fontainebleau in Miami

  • Yes, but if you barred guests wearing bowties and speaking Armenian who happened to be gay, that would be ILLEGAL.

    Law can be influenced by religion | Jonathan Chaplin

  • If you like, you can insist that all guests were bowties and speak Armenian.

    Law can be influenced by religion | Jonathan Chaplin


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