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But you have to make sure that you're wearing the right shoes.
It was used, in one example, to disparage a particularly squeaky pair of shoes that the main character had been wearing.
Wearing rotting lotus behind our ears, musk between our thighs.
The statues are life-size and show the seated goddess wearing a crown.
It appears to be wearing a coat two sizes too large.
The city is depicted as one of both great wealth-with a lot of people wearing jade jewelry-and great poverty.
The work suggests that wearing shoes promotes more delicate small toes.
Wearing tape on her hands, she has to repeatedly jam them into fissures for the ascent.
Ask them to notice the specifics of what the pirates were wearing and the accessories they carried.
Wear an old bathing suit, as the water often discolors whatever you're wearing.
He didn't complain, but only filled the room with his experience of wearing combat boots, and carrying a gun to work everyday.
The first step, she said, is to get the rabbits comfortable wearing a harness and walking on a variety of surfaces.
That's why you'll hear so many hikers wearing tinkling bear bells.
Wonder why those rebels are wearing cooking pots on their heads.
We have a picture of her wearing it in a platinum choker.
Im obsessive about whos dating whom, whos starring in what movie and whos wearing what designers outfit.
She washed the dishes, wearing out her pink nails on the greasy pots and the bottoms of the pans.
In wearing them one presented an exceedingly awkward appearance.
When that was known, the politeness in high places was seen to be wearing decidedly thin.
Practice measurement, practice the sign that means that really means a necessary betrayal, in showing that there is wearing.
On pay days he used to get drunk and come home wearing his paint-covered clothes and bringing his money with him.
If she is, he leaves his hat and stick in the hall and also removes and leaves his gloves-and rubbers should he be wearing them.
Magnates go about in chariots and four with outriders, their coachmen wearing wigs.
The wearing of plain clothes became a fashion as well as a virtue.
In my view, it is unacceptable to submit to one in public while wearing the uniform of a professional airline pilot.
Wearing earplugs could have saved the author's hearing, but at the cost of his soul.
After being taunted by peers, she stopped wearing a hijab on the way to and from school.
With the initial fervor wearing off, it makes for a tired bunch of crusaders.
Mourners wearing leaf-garlands kept the coffin company.
As the global economy mends, such restraint is wearing off.
In my view, it is unacceptable to submit to one in public while wearing the uniform of a professional airline pilot.
The notion of shoppers wearing brain-scanning hats would be ridiculous.
He is wearing loose pajamas, and the strand of hair he combs over his bald spot stands straight up.
Gulls and pelicans perch on every available inch of rigging, wearing expectant looks.
Thin slices of olive, those wearing little red tail lights, would add a bright trim.
Designers' art-whatever it is-has to be applied art, because nobody's wearing it otherwise.
Mason, whose six-foot frame belies his pixie-ish personality, was wearing his usual jeans and long-sleeved button-down.
Usually sidelined in the seats, this time celebrities strutted the catwalk wearing red dresses by various designers.
And the idea of wearing contact lenses at night almost seems to defeat the purpose of not having to wear them during the day.
Birds called helmets look as if they're wearing a skullcap of white on the top of their heads.
Working under bright lights and wearing heavy gowns can make surgery uncomfortably hot for doctors and nurses.
Of course you don't need to watch the ceremonies to learn what all the scientists are wearing this year.
In a typical experiment, a volunteer is being stroked while wearing a virtual reality headset.
She was wearing latex lab gloves, so she didn't think much of it.
But you're more likely to go running in running shoes than if you are wearing flip-flops or snow boots.
The players were wearing goggles so they couldn't see properly.
He loves piling on meaningless details, especially about what his characters are eating and the clothes they are wearing.
Hearing aids help millions of people, but many resist them because they think wearing one carries a social stigma.
But wearing your biases on your sleeve doesn't mean you don't have them.
Team members wearing the sensors branch out and perform reconnaissance of an area.
Still, twenty or so people showed up, many of them wearing damp woollens.
There he is, wearing the same clothes he is wearing right now-but he is still at work.
Grey was wearing the suit he'd worn to his wedding eight years ago.
In one of the images of them in bed she is not dressed, and he's wearing some of that ridiculous, overly florid royal wear.
She'd left her hair wild and stopped wearing makeup.
She was wearing an immensely dramatic flowing red dress.
And whether or not she's wearing her clothes, she looks as though she's decked out in gold.
He introduced military service for some clerics and banned all but the senior clergy from wearing the traditional gown and turban.
Soon he takes to wearing a ridiculous hairpiece to disguise the truth that he's balding.
They fail to brush their teeth, or start wearing sweatpants instead of fitted clothes.
We want to know what they're saying, what they're wearing, where they're going and whom they're with.
Send me your picture and talk about what you're wearing.
So, really there are no valid excuses for not wearing safety shoes when the situation calls for it.
Bikers reported several reasons for not wearing a bike helmet.
Food worker hands must be washed thoroughly and be cleaned before wearing new gloves.

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