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For another alternative, wool and cashmere will make your hands look posh and expensive.
BEST MITTENS: KEEP YOUR HANDS COZYPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMFEBRUARY 8, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
For world-class instruction, grooming, beauty and posh, well, there’s a reason Aspen still reigns supreme among the Hollywood set.
For years a generous donor to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, he kicked in $10 million extra for AIPAC’s posh new H Street NW headquarters in Washington.
Martha, we learn much later, works at some unspecified job in a posh-looking office.
When birds have these sorts of feathers, they do all sorts of posh dances and displays, so this dinosaur looks like it was a little show-off.
This posh tiny house, located one block from Shoreland Hills Beach on Lake Michigan, also comes with an outdoor shower, two bikes, and two kayaks.
So I went down to the harbour basins and the fish wharves, and asked of “Posh” and his “governor.”
There can be no doubt that at that time, when he was twenty-seven years of age, Posh was an exceptionally comely and stalwart man.
According to Posh, the original name of this schooner was the Shamrock, but she has become famous as the Scandal.
Posh knew the man as a good-hearted friend, a man of jealous affection, as a free-handed business partner, as a lover of the sea.

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