kilt

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a knee-length pleated tartan skirt worn by men as part of the traditional dress in the Highlands of northern Scotland

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With EWEB's 33 percent rate increase last October, the retail CILT revenue this year will be about $2.5 million more.
Viewing the increase in CILT payments as a windfall for the city, however, EWEB commissioners last fall asked the City Council to set aside $2.5 million of it for low-income energy assistance programs.
The new cilts - which are spelt differently from the Scottish kilts - cost from pounds 350-pounds 400 and are not just for stars.
And, after the launch of Welsh cilts, supporters will now be evenly matched in the fashion stakes.
EVANS/ BEVAN; HARRY/ PARRY; DAVIESGRIFFITHJENKINSJONESLEWIS; HUGHES/ PUGH; LLEWELLYN; THIGHS THE LIMIT: How Tom Jones, left, and Michael Owen, right, would look in their cilts; LLOYD; MADOC; MEREDITH; MORGAN; MORRIS; OWEN/ BOWEN; RHYS/ REES; RICE/ PRICE; THOMAS; WILLIAMS