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a knee-length pleated tartan skirt worn by men as part of the traditional dress in the Highlands of northern Scotland

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At about $7 million a year, the retail CILT has been the city's second largest source of revenue to the general fund.
With EWEB's 33 percent rate increase last October, the retail CILT revenue this year will be about $2.
Viewing the increase in CILT payments as a windfall for the city, however, EWEB commissioners last fall asked the City Council to set aside $2.
The new cilts - which are spelt differently from the Scottish kilts - cost from pounds 350-pounds 400 and are not just for stars.
And, after the launch of Welsh cilts, supporters will now be evenly matched in the fashion stakes.