fancy dress

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a costume worn as a disguise at a masquerade party

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Giddy-up Wayne Johnson takes part in the fancy dress parade 041217LIGHTS_02
Having said that, we always stress that there is no need to wear anything other than normal clothes if children don't want to, and we would ask that people don't wear scary fancy dress.
JS*119722563 ALL OUR YESTERDAYS A fancy dress fundraising walk in July 2002, which set offfrom the Wise Owl, Leeds Road.
We had lots of people try the Bush Tucker Trials, and the kids got really involved with some great entries into the fancy dress competition.
We got to the school and I said to the teacher 'It is fancy dress, isn't it?
Kevin Tate from Great Ayton - who entered into the spirit by dressing as SongeBob SquarePants - may have fared better if he had discarded his fancy dress sooner but he complained of letterbox vision and had to retire.
Now, high-profile Midland MP Tom Watson has joined calls to ensure that tough legal safety standards apply to fancy dress costumes.
Now, North East MPs Grahame Morris and Ian Lavery have joined calls to ensure that tough legal safety standards apply to fancy dress costumes.
Mr Watson, MP for West Bromwich East and one of the candidates standing for the deputy leadership of the Labour Party, is one of a number of MPs demanding the Government ends a loophole which means fancy dress costumes are classed as toys rather than clothing.
All fancy dress participants will be spotted on the route by our photographers, so as Yoda would say: "Make sure your number visible is.
Perhaps someone will explain why it is that today, attending a fancy dress party pretending to be someone else can now be deemed racist, sexist, ageist, fatist, whateverist.
com)-- Equine students at Walford and North Shropshire College (WNSC) have recently held their annual dressage competition; the competition was open to all Equine students who were split into ten teams of four, two members focused on dressage and two focused on fancy dress (which included the horse).
HEROES right across North Wales have been baking cakes and wearing fancy dress to help raise funds for Children in Need.
THE last time I was invited to a fancy dress party I went as Janet Street-Porter.