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Down went the crown, and up went the brim at the sides, and a kind of ruche of feathers replaced the waving plume of the Cavalier.
A ruche of white is now placed just inside the bonnet, which relieves the black effect somewhat.
There was a frilling, or ruche, or tucker, about the throat that I think had been sewn into it three weeks before.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
In some lonely hamlets the unmarried women wear black caps with a thick ruche of ostrich feathers or black fur round the face.
He wore loose black trousers, ornamented at the bottom with a ruche of lace, and a large white collar round his neck.
A mother who has lost a grown child wears the same mourning as that prescribed for a widow excepting the white cap ruche.
ETIQUETTEEMILY POST
"Meda" made a ruche for grandma, crocheted lace, and speculated in butter, gaining in all 66 cents.
Inside the front of the bonnet is set a white ruche of lisse, the unmistakable insignia of widowhood.
An old lady with a thin, pipe-stem neck should adopt a full ruche and fluffy, soft collar-bands.
WHAT DRESS MAKES OF USDOROTHY QUIGLEY
The opening is rounded; the edge is trimmed with a ruche, like the body.

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