Shirts

Some articles on shirts:

Sogan-dolma - Preparation
... bulbs are used as containers, so called "shirts" (Turk ... To extract the separate "shirts", the entire bulbs are cut on the top and then boiled until soft enough to be pried off, layer by layer ... The "shirts" are removed from the bulbs by slow and gentle finger pressure ...
Shirts & Skins
... Shirts Skins an American 6 episode television reality series premiered September 15, 2008 on Logo ... the court someone like Randolph could learn a few things from Shirts" ...
Crazy Shirts
... Established in 1964, Honolulu-based Crazy Shirts is among the first companies in the Hawaiian Islands to design, manufacture and sell T-shirts ... Crazy Shirts houses the largest printing facility in Hawaiʻi, on the island of Oʻahu, and employs more than 400 employees ...
Star Boys' Singing Procession - Traditions of The Epiphany - Costumes
... Star boys, aged about ten to fifteen, are dressed in long white shirts and pointed brown or white paper hats,in imitation of a well-known picture of the Biblical Magi as Babylonians Balthazar ... disguise themselves but also dress in long shirts, often in brown, green or grey colours and conical hats ... In the crowd there may also be shepherds with long shirts and sticks and some angels with white shirts and wings ...
Crazy Shirts Today
... became President and Chief Executive Officer of Crazy Shirts Hawaii, taking over from Rick Ralston ... Hollander was part of the investor group that bought Crazy Shirts ... Under the new leadership, Crazy Shirts expanded in new untapped markets across the nation, such as South Carolina and Santa Barbara and moved its production facility from California back to Hawaii ...

Famous quotes containing the word shirts:

    It’s true I’ve got no shirts to wear;
    It’s true my butcher’s bill is due;
    It’s true my prospects all look blue—
    But don’t let that unsettle you:
    Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)

    Rammed me in with foul shirts and smocks, socks, foul stockings, greasy napkins, that, Master Brook, there was the rankest compound of villainous smell that ever offended nostril.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    ... when I awake in the middle of the night, since I knew not where I was, I did not even know at first who I was; I only had in the first simplicity the feeling of existing as it must quiver in an animal.... I spent one second above the centuries of civilization, and the confused glimpse of the gas lamps, then of the shirts with turned-down collars, recomposed, little by little, the original lines of my self.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)