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sunshades

n. sunglasses. (see also shades.) I left my sunshades in the car.
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A long black braid of hair swung with the motion of the coach; the child held her hat in one hand and with the other made ineffectual attempts to stab the driver with her microscopic sunshade.
Rebecca sat down carefully, smoothing her dress under her with painstaking precision, and putting her sunshade under its extended folds between the driver and herself.
Miss Ross, a lady that paints, gave me the sunshade," said Rebecca, when she had exchanged looks with Mr.
Miss Ross told me about Paris; she bought my pink sunshade there and my bead purse.
I'm almost sorry," she sighed, "because it would be so grand to drive down a real main street, sitting high up like this behind two splendid horses, with my pink sunshade up, and everybody in town wondering who the bunch of lilacs and the hair trunk belongs to.
The stage driver good-naturedly pulled up his horses, lifted the excited little creature down, opened the door, and helped her in, putting the lilacs and the pink sunshade beside her.
He accepted the sunshade, and lifting it over his head descended the steps and walked away.
Her voice had sunk almost to a whisper, and she sat clasping and unclasping her hands about the handle of her sunshade.
Oh, here's Madame Stahl," said Kitty, indicating an invalid carriage, where, propped on pillows, something in gray and blue was lying under a sunshade.
A white cotton sunshade with a cane han dle reposed between his legs, his side whiskers were neatly brushed, his chin had been freshly shaved; and he only distantly resembled the dishevelled and terrified man in a snuffy night shirt and ignoble old trousers I had seen in the morning hanging on to the wheel of the Diana.
The Luxury Package features tri-zone climate control, split-folding rear seat with armrest, heated rear outboard seating positions, power rear-window sunshade, manual rear side-window sunshades and 110-volt power receptacle.
The north-facing sunshades tilt downwards to inhibit summer sun through the double-glazed and heat-absorbent windows, while the south-facing shades tilt upwards to encourage natural light into the building.
With consumers looking for new ways at protecting themselves from the sun, ShadyFace inventor Patricia Darquea has formulated a special SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion that can be used in conjunction with the ShadyFace Sunshades for additional outdoor protection.
Speaking about the advantages offered by CubeShade, Intertec stated: "Most process instrument sunshades on the market are relatively small, and are often targeted at single instruments or small-scale field equipment installations.
Unlike many instrument sunshades on the market which essentially consist of a single top shade that only protects against overhead sun, Intertec's design incorporates structural side walls that also shade low-angle sun, as well as providing partial protection against rain, snow, wind-chill, blown dust or sand and accidental impact.