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a band or bracelet worn around the wrist


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And her most popular items are her wristlets -- just the right size to hold a phone, keys and some money.
The packaging offers a nod to the classic perfume flacon, but it also features Burch's signature design elements, like fretwork as seen in the brass details in her Madison Avenue flagship shop and her medallion logo that adorns everything from wristlets to flip flops.
The store's intuA[degrees] itive layout and customer service staff will completely immerse the shopper in the product selection that consists of handbags, totes, hobos, clutches, wallets, wristlets, shoes, sandals, ballerinas and platform career pumps.
Dubai: With the launch of Samsung's brand new smartphone -- the Galaxy S4 -- Belkin has announced a line-up of accessories that includes cases, folios, wristlets and a sport armband in a range of stylish colours, finishes and materials to give Samsung Galaxy S4 users a choice of protective solutions for their new device.
One of the German diplomats distributed green wristlets packed in a bag among the people (on Ashoura Day)C*," the detainee said at the time, adding, "It was obvious that they hadn't made them in Iran.
at 523 ("Defendants wearing wristlets and confined to home or work face more restrictions than do those on bond, but awaiting trial at home is less restrictive than confinement in jail.
The eclectic line offers a variety of shapes and sizes including slouchy hobos and chic cross-body bags, as well as structured clutches and wristlets.
They included fine copper chains, wristlets, profusely elaborate staff" ornaments (some decorated with coloured beads, vessels brilliantly cast in the shape of shells, drinking cups, pots, sword scabbards, pendants, a copper altar stand, and flywhisks).
Wristlets may be used in lieu of the chest or full body harness if the employer can demonstrate that the use of a chest or full body harness is not feasible, that creates a greater hazard and that the use of wristlets is the safest and most effective alternative.
Her jewellery consists of a long necklace, earrings, armlets, wristlets, and waistband.
people from the Southern Zaria and Benue areas of central Nigeria had achieved a high degree of cultural sophistication via their knowledge of iron smelting wherein they adorned themselves with tin and stone beads, earrings, nose rings and bracelets, which became known as the Nok culture; the Igbo-Ukwu people instituted bronze casting of staff heads, crowns, breastplates, pendants, ornaments, anklets, wristlets and chains in a small village near Awka dating from 19th century A.
Among the other items of decoration include stringed armlets, wristlets and the beaded mekhala decorated with a tiny rosette at the centre.
View exquisitely detailed beadwork on vests, moccasins, and wristlets, and magnificently painted buffalo hide robes from the Sioux (Lakota/Dakota/Nakota), Blackfoot, Kiowa, Nez Perce, Arapaho, Comanche, Cheyenne, and Crow.
24] 4 girls find true love with these fiery Wake Up Frankie wristlets.
These gloves are often specified by departments whose bunker coats have the built-in wristlets and hole for the thumb, enabling the wristlet to extend into the glove.