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Body adornment and decoration have long been a part of human history.
The paint may have been used for body adornment or for long-gone artwork.
Means, instrument, or agent of an action or process: adornment.
They are not fussy or particularly stylish dressers, preferring simple clothing without much adornment.
It can be a one-bowl meal, often needing no adornment or flashiness.
Frilliness meant femininity, not unnecessary adornment.
While seen as adornment by adolescents, they can become a battleground with adults.
They eschew personal adornment and follow closely prescribed habits of dress.
It is an excellent teaching tool, and adornment, as well.
Never intended as mere adornment of buildings or spaces, however, the art provides an amenity for diverse groups of citizens.
Houses that formerly paid homage to the past in many details were now becoming pared down and spare in architectural adornment.
These teeth are also still used as personal adornment.
Includes adornment, masks, and costumes worn for events.
Several distinguished artists were responsible for the adornment of the exterior and interior of the bathhouse.
Few objects of adornment, such as bracelets and beads, have been found here.
These are now considered personal adornment and discouraged from being worn on the uniform.

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