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Synonyms for necktie

neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) under a collar and tied in knot at the front

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Retired Supreme Court Associate Justice and Philippine Judicial Academy chancellor Adolf Azcuna attended the flag ceremony, along with Court Administrator Jose Midas Marquez, who also wore a red necktie.
For gifts, you could get buy necktie, or you could make your own gift to make it a bit more personal.
Gold-laminated tweed skirt with radical stitching and dove detail Necktie blouse in gold and white charmeuse.
I Called Him Necktie is an elegant and moving story about two very different people who, by keeping secrets, begin to disconnect from others.
The aforementioned necktie was over 6" in length and the victim was asphyxiated with it.
The necktie distinguishes a man's appearance, perhaps more than any other single article of clothing.
He not only dragged the judge out of the court by gripping his necktie but also abused him.
Rip Off Your Necktie and Dance asks businesses to consider empowering their employees by encouraging staff to be innovative and creative, and draws important connections between these qualities and business environments.
Necktie Killer cites as influences such third-wave ska bands as Reel Big Fish, Mad Caddies, Sublime and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
TIRED office workers can now fall asleep at their desk in comfort - using a new necktie that contains an inflatable pillow.
Distraught Colin Fish, 86, showed a necktie to Philip Staff, 55, last October 1 and pleaded: "You have to pull it tight and that would be it.
TOKYO - A group of necktie manufacturers and wholesalers asked Environment Minister Sakihito Ozawa on Wednesday to halt the ''Cool Biz'' energy-saving campaign, claiming it has affected necktie sales.
com); burgundy silk, print necktie, Robert Talbott, $125 (roberttalbott.
One innovation in men's regalia that made an appearance on the Canadian Plains in the 1920s and 30s is the beaded collar and necktie set.