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  • n. Plural form of fitting.


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  • Even if we were always in fittings until one or two o'clock in the morning, we didn't care, because we felt like we were part of something.

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  • Disaster on the crockery, hopeless on the maths required for the Harrison Drape curtain fittings department, moved to flowerbulbs but allergic to them so moved to lightbulbs where each had to be tested on a connection before you sold them.

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  • A standard design has been adopted and the construction of hulls, boilers, engines and fittings is being undertaken on a quantity production basis.

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  • Virtually all of the items, such as sword fittings, were related to males and warfare.

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  • Their exquisite koshirae—that is, their fittings, the handle, the hilt, the tsuba, and on and on—were simply dumped.

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  • One thing that such a large collection of decorative sword fittings should be able to tell us is whether these highly ornamented weapons were actually used in battle or were just parade gear.

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  • If it turns out that not a single one of these sword fittings has ever been anywhere near a battle I might have to rethink that scene.

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  • In my search for japanese sword fittings with a falconry connection, I found myself here.


  • The fittings were the same -- brown soap, cold water, shaving mirror, tumbler and siphon.

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  • The focus is on outstanding craftsmanship and decoration-that is, items often intended solely for display rather than for actual use, from minute ornamental sword fittings to full suits of armor.'s Exclusive New York City Event Calendar : Art


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