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- n. Plural form of handkerchief.
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She told me that when she was 8 or 9 yrs old, her teacher asked the students of her class to bring 75cm of cloth to make handkerchieves in the class.
About each gun clustered her crew, naked to the waist, black handkerchieves bound about their foreheads.
Mrs. Oliver until she got used to him and his pottering about all over the house in his soft-soled shoes; and the mess he made of his pocket-handkerchieves and his linen!
Clusters of protesters moved with hoods or black and red handkerchieves over their faces in side streets near the affluent district of Osmanbey.
Stone School was very small and I remember we were required to show our handkerchieves every morning; the boys would pull out their pocket lining to show, and got by that way.
Rob Howell's choreography is extraordinary, with breakdancers performing alongside morris men waving handkerchieves.
So now it was "All set!" and the whips cracked and the skinners yelled and the wheels groaned, and the great train rolled away and the mules plodded forward with their bells jingling, and all the California people yelled and waved their hats and hurrawed and fluttered their handkerchieves and cried: "Good luck!