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"Our goal at Pointy is to make it as easy for a customer to find something in their local shop as it is to find it on Amazon or another e-commerce giant," says Charles Bibby, the company's chief technology officer, who co-founded Pointy in 2014 with Mark Cummins.
Just as the spice islands of the Moluccas had an impact on history far beyond their size, Pointy Shoes and Pith Helmets should not only appeal to specialists of Ambonese or Indonesian history, but to all scholars fascinated with dress systems or sartorial hierarchies in colonial or multicultural contexts.
Well, grab your black pointy hat, take out that rusty black hessian drape from the back of the wardrobe and refresh your memory on how to turn your grumpy neighbor into a mouse.
In so far as he does attempt to explain the behaviour of 'Pointy Face', Altbeker sees him, and others like him, as essentially rational beings whose decisions to offend are shaped not just by their own personal values but, crucially, by the behaviour of others around them and the context which that behaviour creates (113).
"Round toes are on their way out and pointy toes are marching back into our wardrobes!" one fashion magazine gleefully announced this month.
The bat, which sips nectar from flowers, has a long, pointy lower lip.
A pointy nose lets the boat pierce beneath waves instead of bouncing on them.
Round-toed rather than pointy shoes: "I used to always wear pointy shoes, but I have slim ankles, and round-toed shoes make short legs look longer and leaner."
"We aim to help individuals who find themselves at the pointy end of the spear--keeping them safe and making their jobs easier."
A vast landscape of pointy red rock formations stretches before us, with the snow-capped peaks of the La Sal Mountains behind them.
You hit sixty-five, we ship you to the Aleutian Islands and place you on an ice floe with matches and a pointy stick.
Maybe you've noticed that the devil is frequently portrayed with goat-like features--horns, a little beard, a pointy chin, and cloven hooves.
Two works by Erik Hanson--a delicate sprig of blue clay flowers and a gray wooden coil topped by pointy peaks--offered three-dimensional translations of, respectively, "disco songs I liked when I was a punk rock DJ" and Kraftwerk's electro anthem "Trans-Europe Express." Steve Roden's Letter Forms, 2003, rendered sound-wave images of spoken letters of the alphabet as craftsy sculptural figures.
The only clues that she is,in fact, far from shy when it comes to showing off her enviable figure are the fish net tights and pointy toed shoes.