button hole


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a hole through which buttons are pushed

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But Nicola and Grant chose the Premier Wedding package at pounds 1,265, which had extra trimmings such as access to VIP airport lounges, hairdos and make-up, limo transfers, cake and bubbly, bouquet and button holes.
His EP The Moon Is A Button Hole has slipped out with less fanfare than past releases on the Sony label, with which he has now parted company.
Outside, Charles, wearing a grey suit, white ower button hole and striped tie, spent a few minutes mingling with a crowd of 100 who had gathered to see him.
Mary goes on to say: "They all have button hole flowers, might it be a wedding.
He said: "I have done many procedures but I have only had one button hole in my career and three failed flaps.
They designed wedding invitations, wrote speeches, created button hole flowers and did other tasks.
During one concert she threw him a carnation, which he wore in his button hole for the rest of the evening.
Pictured far left are bridesmaids Heather Brown, Vicki Darley, Kellie Stephenson and Joanne Wallace while usher Daniel Griffiths offers the groom a helping hand with the button hole
Will's suit is mostly covered in aspidistra leaves and his button hole matches his bride's bouquet - an avanda orchid fashioned from silk to represent the colours of the Union flag.
The unforgettable six foot button hole was created to be a symbol of the thousands of service men and women from Liverpool who died defending our freedom.
Dressed in the kilt and wearing a thistle in his button hole, Finlay joked there was hope for all men "when a beautiful woman marries an ugly little man like Brian".
At one time I designed a tie with a button hole at the bottom so you could button your trouser to it thus avoiding the necessity for braces or a belt.
Wearing the kilt with a thistle in his button hole, Finlay joked there was hope for all men "when a beautiful woman marries an ugly little man like Brian".
Every John Lewis partner sported a daffodil button hole and the flowers filled window displays and decorated the department store's cafes.
She added: "The name hOle came about because I'm interested in the relationship between the button and the button hole.