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a merchant who sells men's clothing

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The team from Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls
These varied from haberdashers and pin makers to mole takers and rat catchers.
Making, customizing and embellishing clothes has come back into fashion in a big way; all helped by specialist online haberdashers like www.
The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers awards just one prize a year to the most outstanding candidate from the field of textile crafts.
Furthermore, haberdashers were certainly known to engage in theatrical rentals.
It might happen to those haberdashers or plumbers who bet the shop in all-night poker games at the Elks, but not here, in the casino with this debonair crowd.
29) Milliners and dressmakers often engaged in small-scale haberdashery retail to customers involved in home dressmaking, but most haberdashers and drapers were men.
In a famous haberdashers, Angus asked the assistant: "There must be thousands of buttons in here - how many do you have?
Those who spearheaded and ran National Socialism in Germany were haberdashers, osteopaths, third-rate academics, lawyers, and physicians, as well as enthusiastic patrician reactionaries.
Haberdashers, in the first quarter of 1994 and will make significant renovations prior to opening in July 1994.
Gok has rescued all manner of wardrobe disasters but the emphasis this series hasn't been on what to buy - more how to make the most of what you've got with a quick trip to the haberdashers and a snip of the scissors.
The girls now face Haberdashers Aske's Knights Academy (Blackheath) in the final at a venue and date to be confirmed.
Woodlands have been rewarded with a home game in the next round against Beauchamp School, Leicester, or Haberdashers Askes, Hertfordshire.
I pause to mention that Jonson actually wrote the first Jacobean mayoral pageant in 1604; although the Haberdashers spent [pounds]1 10s "for printing the bookes of the device," none survives.
One of Baltimore's best-known haberdashers is about to take its fashion sense for men to higher ground: the airport.