from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The collar or prothorax of an insect, which bears the anterior pair of legs: sometimes restricted to an elevated posterior portion of the prothorax, seen in many Hymenoptera and Hemiptera.
- n. In decorative art, a necklace or collar, as of an order, represented on a figure in embroidery, goldsmiths' work, or the like.
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It is his lack of support by blue collare America that he thought it was OK to stereotype them as turning to bigotry.
Mon 09/25/06 11:55 PM dfg34hdb collare fissaggio tubo roulotte caravan usata chalet camoscio livigno
Other groups have to be white collare workers, office workers, people who haven't had some organization, who really consider themselves the middle class.
No saree -- no time, but mon Dieu, he leef me up by de collare -- he speen me round and roun like I vas von tom top and keek me more harder than de leetle tog.
 _Conosco sacerdoti che fanno gli usura per formare un patrimonio da lasciare ai loro spurii; altri che tengono osteria coll 'insegna del collare e vendono vino_ ...
Mi piacciono i suoi calzetti posteriori e il collare più scuro * 3*