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assume a prim appearance

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contract one's lips

affectedly dainty or refined

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"To give Prim that day and to spoil her was the right thing to do - to say I am by your side and you are what matters."
"Prim was offered financial support and counselling by CLIC Sargent and Rachael put us in touch with other charities that could help too.
Prim said Keltner's brother is an officer for the DuPage County sheriff's office; his father retired from that office and is "still affiliated" with the U.S.
The main component of PRIM is the so-called top-down peeling.
Pag umabot sa ganoon, kami naman ang hindi magiging prim and proper.
(NASDAQ: JKHY) has planned for an executive transition whereby David Foss will be named president and chief executive officer on July 1, 2016 and Jack Prim, the current CEO and chairman of the board will become executive chairman, the company said.
The contract between the private firm, Derma Prim, and the MMA, was signed 11 years ago, at the time when Tonev was head of the hospital.
This is called prim. The flavor will be sharp and tangy.
And it's good to see Laura Main, 33, finally let her mane down in this photoshoot after years playing prim ex-nun Shelagh Turner.
SULTRY Phoebe Wallace-Bridge is busy making her mark as a prim and proper barrister in Broadchurch.
Her name was Prim - short for Primrose - and she was nineteen.
And that is exactly what Prim Paypon - the brain and heart behind The Dream Project PH - is working to combat; because he believes that "dreaming is a basic human right and a free gift, more powerful than poverty that we can give our young Filipinos."
Collecting the best qualities from female cozy sleuths, Steven Rigolosi pens the story of Miss Felicity Prim, an "outsmarter of criminals" who leaves the isle of Manhattan for the wilds of Connecticut.