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Innovations of costume rendered this disillusion more complete.
When she orders a tailor-made suit, she calls it a costume or a coat-and-skirt.
He was never a dry or pompous scientist, he liked jokes and costume parties, he was a late starter with one great obsession.
Step out of the shrink-wrapped kitty costume and sip on something a little more daring.
Albright has some valuable pieces and some heirlooms, but mostly the collection consists of costume jewelry.
The puppets' handlers, in costume, hover visibly over their charges.
There's also a selection of evening dresses, shoes, funky costume jewelry and dresses for toddlers.
The kids will especially enjoy the costume workshop.
Each village or district has its own unique costume and the variety is astounding-spiders and witches, animals and jesters.
Put a small amount of costume makeup on one arm about two days before dressing up.
For those expecting something subdued from the tour pro, the dancing and silly costume was well received.
His hair is all over the place, and there is something about him out of costume that takes my breath away.
You've got to get up early in the morning and put on makeup and have costume fittings.
Free trick or treat for kids first followed by music, costume prizes and more for adults.
Some fashion designers specialize in costume design for performing arts, motion picture, and television productions.
The work of costume designers is similar to other fashion designers.
Winners of the run and the costume contest received checks to be donated to the charity of their choice.
First preference for costume character placement is public libraries who share a costume with another public library.

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