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elegant and stylish

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in accord with the latest fad

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I had a lump in my throat because the story rings true and, amid the grimness, there are glimmers of human goodness, notably in Mia who seems desperate for simple things like support and encouragement - worth more than any voguish fur coat.
In this case the gallant is told the rest of the audience can admire his clothes, voguish hairstyle ('Persian lock') and even his legs.
I'm sure the pink and grey marble will not be around for too long either - it's very reminiscent of Marshall's manmade stone that was very voguish for fireplaces in the 1970s STEVE Almondbury
Asymmetric warfare' has been voguish in Western military circles for a long time.
A vacation in Mexico has it all--from the alluring charm of old world traditions to the voguish and glamorous enticement of a modern get-away.
The trendy bar and restaurant has a voguish feel, with its contemporary design and pleasant staff.
com and, because it's currently a voguish thing for architects to do, you might as well join up, select your avatar's name, redesign it in whatever fantastical form you desire, and go flying.
The fifth album from Bristol-based act Crescent, Little Waves is a quietly elegant take on the voguish penchant for dreamy pastoralism, which usually masquerades as psych-folk.
Likely to steal sales from BMW's evergreen Mini One, the dinky retro 500 will start at around pounds 11,000, coming with a range of customising options, glass roof and voguish interior.
He is a musician himself and later went on to programme for Manchester's voguish Band on the Wall for two years.
Following Fredric Jameson's critique of "sloppy conceptions that seek to promote ineffable portraits of postcolonial culture through the voguish assertion of 'alternative modernities,'" Ganguly argues that
Companies are using SOAs to deliver so-called OnDemand strategies, a nebulous and voguish term for more flexible computing that is better able to support business needs.
And the voguish term for today's Democratic frontrunner, decorated Vietnam veteran John Kerry isn't "pinko," but "tough dove.
Mixing seems to be key in 2003 which is good if you want to use a bold design like voguish 60s geometrics but are slightly unsure.
At the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv, in an area known locally as "Little Africa", one often sees Ethiopian-Jewish teenagers milling around, sporting baggy jeans, Kangol hats, sports jerseys, voguish hairstyles-African braids, Rastafarian dreads, bald heads-and the occasional Yarmulke (the Jewish skull cap).