buttonhole


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a hole through which buttons are pushed

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detain in conversation by or as if by holding on to the outer garments of

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Como resultados de la implantacion de la tecnica Buttonhole en nuestra unidad, hemos registrado:
collarstand will be closed with a horizontal centered button and buttonhole to be in line with vertical buttonholes on front placket
Sew the existing buttonhole closed and sew the button on top of it.
Nursing analysis of the presence of the buttonhole technique in Spanish haemodialysis units
Buttonhole cannulation technique has been shown in multiple clinical studies to reduce AV fistulae complications and improve long-term fistula durability and patency.
Earlier in life, the mother of seven, nicknamed 'Flower' by her contemporaries because of she regularly wore a buttonhole, had owned a workman's cafe opposite a pub on the Denmark Street/Cannon Street corner, opposite the Volunteer pub.
Now you can get a radio, powered by a battery, that you could push through a buttonhole.
My table was stocked with everything I needed for the night's task - creating a Cymbidium Orchid buttonhole and Rose and Agapanthus wrist corsage.
Keywords: buttonhole (BH) cannulation, self-confidence, arteriovenous fistula (AVF), hemodialysis (HD), cannulation pain
The bride, 30, wore a full-length white gown and veil and the groom, 48, a dark suit with a red rose buttonhole.
As the founder of the Animal Behavior Clinic at Tufts Veterinary School, Dodman has seen just about every outlandish and disturbing habit a pet could exhibit, from a dog that always arranges exactly six pieces of kibble in the buttonhole depressions in a couch to a cat that exhibits stress by pulling its hair out in clumps.
Every evening there were "happy hours," allowing guests the opportunity to chat informally or, alternatively, attempt to buttonhole buyers and festival directors.
Like Kevin Ott of the Rubber Manufacturers Association wrote in our January issue, if you own a business, now is the time to buttonhole your office-seeking officials to let them know your stance.
Push the end down through the other buttonhole and pull it through.
The button is at the bottom, but the buttonhole is at the top," said Susie.