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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TWO-PIECE

If you will just step in and see these skirts—or a two-piece suit if you will?

Especially is this the case in the two-piece or coat sleeve.

Two-piece walls, devised in 1902, deserve a word of description.

Two-piece suits and bikinis were still a long way in the future.

Jane had a pretty brown suit with beret to match while Sue wore a two-piece dress of heavy blue crepe.

Beach had himself patented a shield, in June 1869, a two-piece, sectional design that bore no resemblance to the one used.

The method of adjusting the depth of thread with a clamp screw when a two-piece die is employed is also clearly outlined.

The two-piece clutch, which is drop forged, is backed by a very strong spring, insuring a secure lock.

This deadfall may also be built on a stump with a small enclosure or pen and the two-piece trigger used.

Two-piece suits became the fashion for full dress and fatigue uniform consisted of considerably less.

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