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a woman's large folded hooped hood

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the folding hood of a horse-drawn carriage

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Calash served as the advisor to Arconic, working closely with the RTIES management team and Arconic's corporate development team to prepare the business for sale and provide ongoing support throughout the sale process.
"At least, initially, because Oxy does not have their own Gulf of Mexico group and supply chains, nothing would probably change along the Gulf because there would be Anadarko people running things," said Sean Shafer, an energy consultant and vice president of operations at Houston-based Calash LLC, after Occidental made its takeover bid.
Following the sale of that division, Quest remains focused on strategy, advisory and consulting across the energy landscape through company affiliates Calash Americas LLC, Quest Offshore Consulting LLC and now Quest Floating Wind Energy LLC, (a Quest Offshore Resources Company).
Williams wasn't able to recover from a rolled ankle in time for the autumn opener against Australia, but is expected to be available for next week's calash with Argentina which will see an interesting debate over who starts at full-back and who goes on the wing.
Quest Offshore Consulting has signed a venture with Calash Ltd to assist the expansion of its services to the US, with the opening of offices in both Houston and New York City.
Recently recognized as one of New 7 Wonders Cities, Vigan in Ilocos Sur is famous for its cobblestone streets, intricate architecture and horse-drawn calash commonly known as kalesa.
The Deal Transaction Support category winner was Calash. The panel was impressed by the strong progress made by the Aberdeenbased firm on its strategic expansion plan.
He had recently started work as a senior marketing analyst with Calash Limited of Aberdeen, the company he worked part-time for studying for his MSc.
Deepest sympathy to our friend Calash and his brother.
Mid-19th-century New England women typically owned four types of bonnets: a decorated silk or straw one for spring, a folding cotton calash for rain or travel, a winter velvet-lined bonnet or quilted hood, and a cotton or linen bonnet for outdoor work.
In addition to a Victorian bedroom and a completely and authentically furnished sitting room, the museum hosts a display of beautifully preserved silk dresses (including one for a boy), an assortment of straw, quilted, and calash (accordion-folded) bonnets, and suits worn by one of Boss Tweed's sons when he was enrolled at Deerfield.
Sire of 13 crops, with numerous notable progeny, including: Anvil, Bourdeaux, Bridget (Oaks), Calash, Drone, Evergreen, Faith (Oaks), Florizel, Fortitude, Highflyer, Justice, Maid of the Oaks (Oaks), Maria, Phoenomenon, Weasel, Woodpecker.
WE KNOW the names from virtually every segment of the worlds of fashion and fame: Chanel, Christian Dior, Calash Klein, Elizabeth Taylor, Donna Karan, even Celine Dion and Jennifer Lopez.
There were 3700 British regulars, 3000 Germans (commanded by General yon Riedesel accompanied by the Baroness, their children and two maids travelling in a large calash), 650 Canadians, Loyalist auxiliaries, 400 Indians drawn from the Six Nations, and 600 artillerymen with 138 guns.