How to use ‘a dress’ in a sentence

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Zuria, a dress worn in Eritrea.

… that hung down like a dress. This was the typical outfit reserved for young Zuni girls. We’wha however was first indoctrinated into religious ceremonies for Zuni boys at twelve. A few years later the tribe recognized We’wha’s lhamana traits…

Zeki doesn’t follow through with the heist because three students stop him to ask if he will be their homeroom teacher next year and he sees the train with the ‘Fack ju Göthe’ graffiti. He sends Lisi a dress and an invitation to the prom…

Young Alice wears a dress similar to the same outfit in the 1951 Disney film, Alice in Wonderland.

Wyman married Myron Martin Futterman (1900-1965), a dress manufacturer, in New Orleans on June 29, 1937. As Wyman wanted children but Futterman did not, they separated after only three months of marriage and divorced on December 5, 1938.

Wu designed a tutu for The National Ballet of Canada’s 60th anniversary celebration which is to be debuted late 2012. Wu has also recently been commissioned to their second corporate collaboration recently. Wu was to create a dress out of…

Woodland has a dress code for students, but does not require uniforms.

Women’s dress is filled with embroidery and beads with different colors and symbols. It consists of a tufted caul with short sleeves. A dress is worn over that, embroidered with 120 parts, combined with a belt. A black vest is worn over…

Women’s sizes or plus sizes: For larger women of average height, sometimes with lower bust lines. Like misses’ sizes, the sizes may be given as a dress size based on the bust measurement, but they are usually given as even-numbered sizes…

… giornea women wore a dress called gamurra, which was a high-waisted long dress which could have detachable sleeves. The underdress worn underneath this was a simple linen dress called camicia.

Women and girls wear a dress with a blouse underneath. Most Lehrerleut and Dariusleut also wear a kerchief-style head covering which is usually black with white polka dots. The Schmiedleut also wear a kerchief-style head cover, but without…

Wolkind was born in New York City to Louis and Kate (née Lautkin) Wolkind, a dress manufacturer.She was active as a writer from the early 1940s through the early 1960s. Her four daughters – Nora Ephron, Delia Ephron, Hallie Ephron and Amy Ephron – all became writers, like their parents.

… religious meetings. About 80% of the Druze people fall into this category of the Ignorant. The al-Uqqal must follow ascetic rulings including following a dress code. The most powerful 5% of the Knowledgeable group are where the spiritual leaders…

… rekindle in them an interest in the world which they had renounced. On the advice of William, Abbot of Rievaulx, he decided to yield to the request of the serving maids, who begged that they, too, might have a dress and rule of life. Soon afterwards, he took men as lay brothers to work on the land, giving them, too, a uniform and rules.

With the first ever interactive challenge, the designers are instructed to choose a picture submitted via Twitter by a Project Runway fan as inspiration for a dress. Many viewers came from all different places of the world. The winning designer & look would be featured in an editorial issue of USA Today.

… puts on a dress and goes on a date with Jaimy, only to be interrupted by the other boys. With Jaimy distracting them, she is able to slip into her disguise and maintain her cover. Davy convinces them to all get earrings, which Jaimy and Jacky take as symbols of their love.

Tanja has to realize that she slept with her husband’s cousin. Tristan also is very interested in his twin-sister’s life. Helena seems to be someone on his side that he won’t let easily go off. When Rebecca designs a dress for Helena,…

… century, the Nazis and the Communists, in a dress. The play was written by Doug Wright (author of Quills) after gathering hundreds of hours of interviews with Charlotte in the early 90s. Directed by Moisés Kaufman and created using Tectonic’s…

… at a clothing shop in the Turkish beach resort of Alanya. Wilson blamed the shopkeepers for causing scratches and bruises to Wilson’s face; in contrast, the shopkeepers reported that they were attacked by Wilson and her mother after a

Wickham offers to help Amanda, and teaches her how to properly act in high society. He buys her a dress, shows her how to use a fan to hide her true emotions, and invents fictional French nobles for her to name-drop. Amanda realizes that…

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