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Synonyms for jean

(usually plural) close-fitting trousers of heavy denim for manual work or casual wear

a coarse durable twill-weave cotton fabric

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Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., April 29, 2019 --( My Custom Tailor offers denim jeans handmade, fitted and designed for those looking for quality style for less.
Admitting defeat, she lets Lily send a picture of herself in her school uniform to Jean. When Jean receives it, she's touched and calls Stacey.
Jean's bed is covered in a pig bedspread the windows are covered in pig window stickers the hamper is topped by a pig head, ready to gobble up used clothes ndash pig-themed, too, of course.
Don and Jean were married for 51 years before Don's death in 1996.
Now owners Jean Hall and husband Ron have invested time and PS15,000 in to the revamp of their business in Dundas Market in the Dundas Shopping Centre, Middlesbrough town centre.
The autopsy is crucial to an ongoing criminal investigation targeting Jean. The Santa Monica PD is looking into elder abuse allegations that Jean took Casey on a wild, week-long multi-state car ride which caused him to develop bed sores that got infected and contributed to his death.
The findings, by fashion advice site Miss High Street ( indicate an average ownership of 10 pairs of jeans, leaving at least seven pairs neglected.
Kimberley starts her trip in San Francisco, home of the man who first let the jean genie out of the bottle, Levi Strauss, gets her hands on the oldest ever pair of jeans and goes riding with cowboys to find out why jeans work best on horse back.
Kimberley Walsh: Blue Jean Girl is on Sky 1 on Wednesday at 9pm
Changes in the economy, especially in the real estate market, prompted Denise to decide that it was now time for Jean to move out of the family home and into a place of her own.
This work presents a series of essays on Jean Mercier, philologue of the sixteenth century and notable Hebraist, and Josiah Mercier, son of Jean, and also a philologue and humanist.