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- n. possessive case of men
- n. The men’s room; the bathroom in a public or commercial establishment reserved for males.
- n. A store department where clothing is sold for adult males.
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- n. a public toilet for men
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The John Galliano fashion label men's spring-summer 2012 collection.
Robin Kawakami/The Wall Street Journal Although the factory specializes in menswear and suiting, it also produces what Jay Greenfield calls 'men's tailored women's garments, like Band of Outsiders' first season of the women's wear line Boy.
Photograph by Tung Walsh The view outside Tsujimoto's Tokyo store Tsujimoto's clothes have been featured in Japanese men's magazines like "Lightning" and "Free & Easy," which are categorically different from anything in the U.S. or Europe.
The IOC called men's World Cup Alpine ski races last weekend, the first major test event, "very successful."
"Because we have the ATP and the I.T.F.," Murray said, referring to the men's tour and the International Tennis Federation, "and they don't like each other very much, there's always going to be some issues."
Though he made his name in men's wear in the '90s with tailoring that spoke to a generation, people on the women's side needed to be convinced, and convinced again.
For several diagnoses, women's average pain score was at least one point higher than men's, which is considered a clinically meaningful difference.
We may have come a long way from the terms "men's work and women's work," but a remnant of what's appropriate for each gender subtly remains.
All the gimmicks,car crashes, monsters,gore and such simply pale when held against a simple story of two men's dedication to their work.
Duckie Brown: No one does men's fashion like Duckie Brown.