from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A fastening for a shirt cuff, usually consisting of two buttons or buttonlike parts connected with a chain or shank that passes through two slits in the cuff.
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- noun A
buttonor studused to hold a sleeve cufftogether.
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- noun jewelry consisting of one of a pair of linked buttons used to fasten the cuffs of a shirt
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Sewing two buttons together as an impromptu cufflink is a better solution.
And we are looking at a live shot of my cufflink, which is an old New York City token.
As you can see, oneside of the cufflink is the remote while the other is the nunchuk.
We also have a wide selection of accessories, such as cufflink cases crafted from rich leathers or fine woods, watch cases, jewelr www. cufflinksdepot.com
There was much patting of hair, lots of cufflink fiddling, and nervous smiles to the audience when eye contact was made.
I've bought them inky blue silk/wool scarves, ivory-handled and tortoiseshell-edged antique shaving kits, marble cufflink boxes and Comme des Garcons fragrance.
I'll wait to see it and judge it on things like writing and acting, not whether the writing includes jokes, Bond says his name, or has an exploding cufflink gadget or not ..
And practically everyone—male and female—wore some small bauble that weighed in at several carats, whether it was a diamond choker or a ruby cufflink slyly winking from the end of a tuxedo sleeve.
However, for one step beyond bespoke, Anya Hindmarch in London offers a personalization service that puts the " p " in personal, allowing you to get a message in your own handwriting printed onto a vast array of products, starting from a £ 65 keyring to the pricier Ebury handbag, cufflink boxes, wallets and tote bags.
Carmen had a good view, standing there behind the cufflink showcase, with her mother and the woman in front.