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(usually plural) accessory wearing apparel

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The group said its 2018 autumn survey has shown a 90 per cent decrease in trapping levels with mist nets compared to 2002 when data collection began.
"This positive all-time low is mainly due to the progress achieved within the Dhekelia British Sovereign Base Area over the last two years, one of the main trapping hotspots of the island," said Birdlife Cyprus in a statement.
All animals die without the anesthetized trappings of human endings.
Although the overall figure in trappings appeared unchanged for 2008 compared to 2007, there was a 50 per cent spike in trappings during the winter of 2008 compared to the same season a year earlier, Hellicar said.
While the phrase 'dress for success' usually refers to selecting garments appropriate for a business setting, "Trappings: Stories Of Women, Power And Clothing" by Tiffany Ludwig (artist and media consultant) in collaboration with Renee Piechocki (artist and art consultant) expands that concept as it specifically applies to women in all circumstances both commercial, social, governmental, and cultural.
Such trappings may be typical of those living in the Hollywood hills, I'm just not too sure whether you get that many nannies and ponies in the South Wales valleys.
Collectively and individually we are not who we once were, despite the fact that many of yesterday's trappings still surround us.
We accept all the statements made by Anglican clerics and officials that there is so much more to the church than the organizational and bureaucratic trappings of a diocese.
At this point in the speech, Hamlet may merely mean that his grief for his father is genuine, but 'passeth show' may also mean that he has some sort of feeling that can't be shown by 'the trappings and suits of woe' - his black clothing and cloudy face.
This book treats public political events in America between 1788 and Jefferson's election in 1800, including parades and other open air occasions, as well as accompanying festivities and trappings, including dinners, the raising of liberty poles, ceremonial toastings, songs, badges, etc., with special attention given to the role of various non-elites in these festivities.
Instead, "Pierced Hearts and True Love, constitutes nothing less than the beginnings of a history, with all the trappings - labels, attributions, essays, artifacts.
In addition, Giffin installed axle fans into the showcases for Trappings, a leather store, to protect the goods from the halogen lights.
These studies, which used mark-recapture techniques on 24 trapping webs at nine sites in the southwestern United States, were designed to monitor changes in reservoir population densities and in the prevalence and incidence of infection; quantify environmental factors associated with these changes; and when linked to surveillance databases for HPS, lead to predictive models of human risk to be used in the design and implementation of control and prevention measures for human hantavirus disease.