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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.
Kate Hudson, for example, a woman whose love of playing the girly card was once bettered only by Emma Bunton, was recently photographed wearing just such a pair of foreshortened pointy shoes and looked quite marvellous, the grown-up shape making her look less gratingly bubbly than usual.
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.
Not bad for a four-foot-tall bird with blue feathers and a big, pointy, dangerous-looking beak.
Arranged to take advantage of views and incidents of topography, the garden is a net of episodes and events: you see the sea there, the mountain behind, the pointy hills framed by an opening, a vista terminated by a tree.
In Hollywood, the only thing sexier than sex are the toys, cowboy guns, Flash Gordon spaceships, nose-diving bombers, cannons, rockets, lasers, pointy bras and fast cars.
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Dig in and enjoy the camp season and may each of you finish the summer with what I got that August from my new mentors - a big, pointy, yellow cut out with the words "Super Star" inked across
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THE FUTURE points to a dangerously fabulous direction as the fashion forecasts of the season bring pointy shoes back on the spotlight.
And it's pointy enough to use as a skeet gun even in that more aggressive configuration, which says a lot about the gun.
The pair are apparently an item, as they say in the modern parlance, and when young Nicholls scored recently in the 2-2 draw at the Ready Salted stadium against Leicester, Amy, who is a Walsall fan, leapt to her feet in the stand, knocking over mum's handbag and standing on the buckle with the spikey, pointy bit, which probably has a more technical name, going through her foot - an injury which has kept her out for two weeks so far.
Frenchman Jean-Paul Gaultier was behind the pointy cone bras that were the hallmarks of Madonna's 1990 "Blonde Ambition" tour.
Among its unusual features is a long, pointy lower lip with a groove in it.