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casual dress

Clothing that is not considered or defined as being ceremonial, formal, semi-formal, or business dress, typically comfortable and with a wider range of choice regarding color and dimensions (as of length in shirt sleeves, pant legs, and skirts). I had to wear a suit and tie every day in my last job, but I'm happy my new office lets everyone come in casual dress each day. The party is going to be very informal, so please attend in casual dress.
See also: dress
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Topics from the questionnaire that are used in this paper include demographics, sexual history, sexual expectations, casual sex and types of partners, factors influencing casual sex behaviour, condom use and safe sex alternatives, and sexual risk-taking and health perceptions.
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Business casual dress in American corporations has spread rapidly in the past few years.
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