a necktie party

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a necktie party

An execution by hanging or lynching carried out by a mob of people outside the process of the law. Enraged by the lack of action by the officers of the law, the men of the town began organizing a necktie party for the notorious gangster.
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All ties are guaranteed for life, if a Statesman necktie ever falls apart, rips, or is in any way defective, it will be replaced no questions asked.
and Lucas Bersamin also sported red neckties, while Associate Justice Teresita Leonardo de Castro wore a red floral dress.
There's a subtle but powerful statement made by wearing a necktie.
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Since the start of the Cool Biz campaign in 2005, necktie sales have dropped around 35 percent, with those on Father's Day falling during the June-September campaign period, '' Takeshi Kobori, who heads the group, told reporters after meeting with Ozawa.
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Obviously inspired by the Euro-American detachable shirt collar and necktie, the collar and necktie set is an example of the common Native American fondness for borrowing an idea and turning it into something new and uniquely "Indian" in flavor.
Safety Ties is a line of 24 necktie designs processed with an antimicrobial coating, which creates a resistance to germs that reside in fabric fibers.
They tied him up with his own necktie and beat him over the head before fleeing when his wife, Happy, appeared.
In its report, "Healthcare associated infections: a guide for healthcare professionals," the British Medical Association's Board of Science considers the necktie to be particularly susceptible to being colonized by pathogens.
And at least one very important piece of advice will be shared: Be careful with your necktie near the laminating machine
The next time your doctor wears a necktie, feel free to compliment him on his taste, but immediately ask him to tuck it in his shirt and then wash his hands.
Nonetheless, it seems clear that King Louis XIV of France popularized the necktie sometime during the 1630s or 1640s, after being visited by Croatian mercenaries involved in the Thirty Years' War.
A ruling party executive said, ''You can wear dress lightly in the Diet building all right, but you cannot be without a necktie if you attend meetings outside the building.
The results indicated that eye pressure increased after wearing a tight necktie in both normal subjects and in patients with glaucoma and then decreased after necktie was loosened.