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a hole through which you put your arm and where a sleeve can be attached

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The victim deputy, who was standing closest to the door, was killed when he was struck in the front upper torso/chest by a round that entered through the armhole of his protective vest and traversed his chest cavity.
It has mash ventilation for maximum airflow, dual adjustable shockcord, contrast elastic bound armhole, and two front and one back zip pockets.
A band of light blue embroidery, ending in a golden disc, embellishes each shoulder and armhole.
Considerably, deviation for measures under arm waist height (left and right) are in postures 6 and 7, where arms are lift up above head and there significant stress at lateral seam and armhole appears.
Spug is a local word for a sparrow in northern and central England; armhole is a variant on armpit in the west and east Midlands; pumps is the western term for plimsolls, now being replaced pretty well everywhere by trainers; urchin is a hedgehog in Worcestershire, Staffordshire and the west of Warwickshire; and mawkin is a dialect term for scarecrow in a corridor running from London to the Welsh border.
The dot in the center of the symbol is centered vertically between the shoulder seam and where the underarm side seam joins the armhole sleeve and centered horizontally between the zipper and the sleeve armhole seam.
In the words of Officer Crabtree, what a total armhole.
For the detachable sleeves, I had the difficulty of attaching studs onto the armhole and edge of the sleeve.
TRYING to put my leg through the armhole of my wet suit, it was a bit of a giveaway I had not had much underwater experience.
The most delicate point is the sleeve, which should be smooth around the armhole, without the slightest signofpucker or leg-of- muttoneffect.
The bullet traveled through the armhole of the veteran officer's body armor into his chest, fatally hitting his lungs and heart.
The leotard wasn't quite so loose, especially when, in a bored moment, she discovered that a fist down each armhole gave her a bosom like mummy's.
All three law enforcement members were wearing body armor; however, the victim sergeant was fatally struck in the upper torso when a bullet entered the armhole of his protective vest.
Our man struggles with which armhole his head should go through (doh
Designed with quality, comfort and style in mind, the boys' Mesh Polo features a slightly longer and slimmer fit, which looks good tucked in or not, and a tad shorter sleeves with a more open armhole for added comfort boys will appreciate.