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Synonyms for bow-tie

a man's tie that ties in a bow

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If you would be wearing a cummerbund that is patterned or any other colour aside from black, you should leave your bow-tie as the traditional black.
"Love my pink @azziandosta bow-tie, I think all ladies should give bow-ties a try ..special thanks to @farahland #pink #bowtie #men #fashion #style #marieclairearabia #marieclaire #nancyajram #photoshoot," Nancy Tweeted .
Due to multiple complicated design parameters, many bow-tie antennas have been designed with adequate impedance bandwidth, not more than 2 GHz [14-17], while some of them have been designed for a dual band of operation [18, 19].
It took more work than was initially thought, but through Autism Speaks, and Bow-Tie Cause, the man that is now known for his bow-ties as part of the FOX MLB Game of the Week, Rosenthal will be wearing an Autism Speaks bow-tie on April 28.
Perhaps the bow-tie era's most important environmental law program development was the hiring of Janice Weis as our program director.
(3) Two classic secondary MRI signs of a BHT are the double PCL sign and the absent bow-tie sign.
SHAPE OF SUCCESS: From left, Mark Caddick, of VT Plus Training, Louise Hobbs, of the Learning and Skills Council, Debbie Burston, of Eurest, and chef Jason Whitehouse with his bow-tie pizza
Scientists found that the straight-laced, criss-cross methods proved to be the strongest way of tying laces, by producing more tension, but that the bow-tie used less lace and was thus more efficient.
Experimental data is presented which shows that the time domain characteristics of the bow-tie antenna can be improved by reactively tuning the antenna elements.
The bow-tie map of the Web offers a much more three-dimensional model for understanding the Web than we've had in the past.
The bow-tie shape rendered both "rooms" and objects gawky and perversely non-ergonomic--dystopic, even.
The subject will be the new, 30-story, 855,000 square-foot Reuters Building located at Three Times Square, a crucial link between the famous Times Square bow-tie area and the newly revitalized 42nd Street theater and entertainment district.
Mellor's Law is clear on this one: never trust a man in a bow-tie.
Only a week after binning the troubled Korean moniker in favour of the Chevrolet bow-tie, the General has fielded a Matiz replacement called the M3X.
All along the high street, autumn and winter lines are an uninspiring mix of hideous Margaret Thatcher bow-tie blouses and Miss Marple tweeds, finished off with clumpy round-toed shoes.