The Cleaninglady number 12: georgette, furazolidone and purloiner
Zaire 74 was a three day live music festival that took place on September 22 to 24, 1974 at the 20th of May Stadium in Kinshasa, Zaire
In addition to silk crepe de chine belted jackets with peak lapels, silk/cashmere knit halter tops, pleated skirts and dresses in silk crepe de chine and doublefaced silk georgette in muted colors, there was also a silk/wool bonded silk satin shirt paired with matching skirt and rubber-soled , double-strap sandals made with clear vinyl.
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Two pelorus repeaters swung to point a few degrees right of course.
Thereupon the second member of the team runs, unties the bowknot, returns with the string; and hands it to the third, who runs forward, and ties it in a bowknot, as did the first, and returning touches off the fourth, etc. The aisle in which each pupil has accomplished the required task first, wins the race.
No longer upon terre firma
As I ran at full speed, with my nose up in the atmosphere, and intent only upon the purloiner of my property, I suddenly perceived that my feet rested no longer upon terre firma; the fact is, I had thrown myself over a precipice, and should inevitably have been dashed to pieces, but for my good fortune in grasping the end of a long guide-rope, which descended from a passing balloon.
I wonder whether you and he have had any tongue-work already
A Pan-like look
These pantaloons were made of a goat's skin; the long white wool, inches in length, left on and hanging down below the knees of the man, gave him a Pan-like look, and with the word tombola, suggested the lines of that good old song -- save the maledictory part of it. These pantaloons were made of a goat's skin; the long white wool, inches in length, left on and hanging down below the knees of the man, gave him a Pan-like look, and with the word tombola, suggested the lines of that good old song -- save the maledictory part of it.