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Stelling's had given him a more expensive view of life, he had often thought that when he got older he would make a figure in the world, with his horse and dogs and saddle, and other accoutrements of a fine young man, and show himself equal to any of his contemporaries at St.
Accoutrements system for a soldier to carry equipment.
For example, the Merriam-Webster and American Heritage dictionaries give accoutrements the French spelling.
The agreement between the two countries, which underlines cooperation in research and development in the defense industry, the production of military accoutrements and providing technical assistance in modernizing those accoutrements, was signed on May 7, 2013.
11) was very fortunate to win a scholarship to Middlesbrough High School, and have parents able to pay for the necessary accoutrements.
Describing fish tacos as her fave "family meal", the actress, married to Coldplay's Chris Martin, says: "I put the various accoutrements in little bowls so everyone can assemble their own taco.
The purpose of the visit was to repossess all uniforms and military accoutrements that remained in the convicted murderer's possession.
Comprising a vast selection of corbels, kitchen island legs, corner posts and other accoutrements in a variety of popular sizes, Outwater's handcarved Herringbone Weave Wood Carvings reportedly cost Less than mass produced machined wood carvings, and Outwater says the products convey a Level of quality and craftsmanship comparable to most costly carvings offered.
Anice tearoom selling homemade scones and jam is far more our cup of tea than saucy outfits and strange sexual accoutrements.
I have seen too many college students unable to see and appreciate the invention in a stunning ballet because they can't get past the pointe shoes or tutu--the very accoutrements that probably led them to ballet in the first place.
Although covered by the media that emphasized the glitz and glamour of the occasion, focusing on designer gowns and accoutrements, Cleage makes clear that this was a celebration of sisterhood, of accomplishment, and of dreams that did not dry like a raisin in the sun.
The drawings' subjects employ hand gestures and bear accoutrements that are apparently symbolic--although what, exactly, they symbolize remains ambiguous.
For those who may care - and are open to viable solutions - listen to this creative concept: Our numerous closed military bases could be stripped of all military accoutrements, and opened to the disadvantaged - providing, food, clothing, shelter, health care, social equality and insightful employment - with interim military administration.
For instance, the test chamber did not include carpet, many office furniture materials, and other normal interior accoutrements that might interact with VOCs and ozone.
The days when Ravel's Bolero or Roxy Music's "Avalon" were surefire aural accoutrements for getting hot and heavy are long gone.