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Some articles on wore:

The Sash My Father Wore And Other Stories
... The Sash My Father Wore and Other Stories is the second studio album by Scottish group Ballboy, recorded in 2003 ... Ulster loyalist anthem "The Sash my Father Wore" ...
Shakespearean Fool - Costumes
... The actor wore a ragged or patchwork coat ... They wore closed breeches with tights, with each leg a different color ... He wore a long petticoat of different colors, made of expensive materials such as velvet trimmed with yellow ...
Wore, Benin
... Wore is a village in the commune of Parakou in the Borgou Department of central-eastern Benin ...
Chima (clothing)
... Women in the upper class wore a long chima which falls down to the floor while women in the lower class wore a shorter chima which length reaches to the calf of the leg ... In addition, Goguryeo women also wore saekdong chima that is a colorfully striped skirt by patchworking, and a chima in form of gored skirt, made by sewing ...
Leatherface - Mask
... In the original film, Leatherface wore three different masks the "Killing Mask", "Old Lady Mask" and "Pretty Woman Mask" ... Gunnar Hansen commented "The reason he wore a mask, according to Tobe and Kim, was that the mask really determined his personality ... The remake offered a more concrete explanation as to why Leatherface wore masks ...

Famous quotes containing the word wore:

    My gowns were gorgeous, always low-cut, very décolleté. I wore hardly any makeup, just some lipsticks, that’s all. No lights. Just a baby spot. I wouldn’t have any entrance. They’d play the intro in the dark, and a spot would come on, and there I’d be.
    Richard Brooks (1912–1992)

    She wore far too much rouge last night and not quite enough clothes. That is always a sign of despair in a woman.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    One day my mother called me ... and she said, “Forty-nine million Americans saw you on television tonight. One of them is the father of my future grandchild, but he’s never going to call you because you wore your glasses.”
    Lesley Stahl (b. 1941)