Obviously the best solution would be to avoid any environment where mosquitoes are situated, but during the summer that's as impractical as suggesting that people avoid the beach and bottles of cold water.
While a huge, sparkling diamond engagement ring may be a couple's dream, it is often impractical to spend large amounts of money during what is often one of the most expensive periods of a newly engaged couple's life.
First Wrist Watch: In response to Brazilian pioneer aviator, Alberto Santos-Dumont's complaints about the impractical pocket watch, Cartier engineers created the world's first wrist watch for men in 1904, the Cartier Santos.
A black lacy body stocking is very sexy, but a lot of men and women feel that it's impractical and not as appealing as something more classic, like a matching bra and panties with a garter belt and stockings.
Most celebrity engagement rings have exorbitant prices and exaggerated designs that, while suitable for the camera, are ludicrously impractical for the typical bride-to-be's regimen of work, home, and recreation.
Other options, such as hands free and adjustable cosmetic mirrors, are also available to allow you to look your best even in awkward or unexpected conditions, especially when using a makeup mirror on a flat surface is impractical.
The main advantage of this type of tankini is that it helps to elongate the body, and since it is impractical to wear any type of shoe heel to the beach, this extra length can help add an inch or two to your frame.
This might seem like an impractical suggestion at first, but many senior dating services work discreetly in conjunction with numerous senior travel opportunities that mix adventure and interests with like-minded individuals.
Many candle manufacturers that work with wholesale orders require memberships and minimum purchases that range from $100 to $250 per order, making wholesale buying impractical for individuals who are only interested in a few candles.
The impractical shifted toward practical as women entered the workplace, took part in the suffrage movement and shook off the patronizing attitude of men who felt that women should be seen and not heard.
Sometimes I do, but most of the time it's simply impractical.
This is totally impractical in every sense of the word.
impractical to expect network news operations to be based outside London.
Running through the drive-through during your lunch hour can be impractical and sometimes impossible.
Trendy shoes can be uncomfortable, of poor quality, and impractical for playing outside.
Some luxury yarns have to be hand washed, making them impractical for socks.
This makes it impractical for home users.
They also facilitate the use of optical diagnostics which are often impractical in explosives environments.
It would be wholly impractical to legislate for all possibilities.
impractical to implement during the time available.
impractical to attempt reducing gains to the " norm " .
impractical to stop hunts in full flow.
impractical to try and cover all such tests under regulations designed to address genetic testing.
impractical to put these symbols on some products and on others they wear away.
So even if they make you look like a true mountain man, they may be an impractical option if you live in Manhattan.
For many women, zipping around from errand to errand in killer heels is impractical.
Kids' birthday parties, when activity is the main focus and running around in anything else would simply be impractical.
For example, if your particular environment is usually very snowy, a suede boot is completely impractical and will likely suffer damage when exposed to moisture.
Very large and dangling bracelets can be impractical for everyday wear although these can be fantastic for evening or occasional wear.
One would hope to be judged on the quality of one's work, not one's ability to wear impractical fancy dress.
RAC member, David Sidransky, cancer geneticist at Johns Hopkins says it would be too expensive and impractical.
The high yield in gravels may make the method impractical.
impractical idea that one, but I think an interesting notion all the same.
impractical solution for the long term.
The first car to use this system, the Insight, was wildly impractical.
Removing the contaminated soils was technically impractical, and removing contaminated ground water did not address the source of the contaminants.
Are somewhat impractical flying back to the northern quest of the event.
Within the space of a book review, to detail all the fictions piled into " Secret World " is utterly impractical.
Where it proves impractical to test cull animals a full herd test must be carried out annually.
Don't think I'd wear one out and about tho, seems impractical as my forehead is very rarely attacked.
However, the eight mile trip from the main farm had become increasingly impractical.
Control of flies outdoors in their breeding areas is considered impractical.
impractical for reasons which I had not perceived.
The best bit was falling for styles that I'd imagined to be too twee or impractical.
But that does not make systemic prophylactic vaccination ineffective or impractical.
However, it would have been impractical to take the laboratory practical workbooks in each week to mark.
But as menageries are supported for the public and in most cases by the public, such a site is impractical, and if the soil, drainage and exposure are reasonably good, experience shows that a thriving collection may be maintained in the immediate vicinity of large towns.
Davis was a man of scholarly tastes, an orator of unusual ability and great eloquence, tireless and fearless in fighting political battles, but impulsive to the verge of rashness, impractical, tactless and autocratic. He wrote an elaborate political work entitled The War of Ormuzd and Ahriman in the Ninteenth Century (1853), in which he combated the southern contention that slavery was a divine institution.
Write down every idea your team has and then start winnowing down the list by eliminating any impractical (because of cost or for other reasons) ideas.
As much as I loved holding my baby in my arms, it would have been impractical to do it all day long every day.
Materials like silk and satin provide a better look though they can be impractical for day-to-day wear.
The coupe body style of the CR-Z means it may be an impractical choice for families with children.
The delivery cost can be significant, however, and this may make sourcing solar panels from places that are too far away an impractical option.
Some, such as changing to a renewable energy source in the home or buying a hybrid car, can involve a lot of up front expense or may simply be impractical.
This is particularly useful with smaller backyards where, unless carefully planned, a greenhouse may be otherwise impractical.
In these challenging economic times, you may feel that a greener lifestyle is impractical because of the higher cost of things like healthy, organically grown food and alternative energy sources.
It is impractical for most people to make a drastic lifestyle change overnight.
Spreading the furniture out to fill the entire space is extremely impractical in rectangular living rooms.
Rugs can quickly mildew in these spaces, which make wall-to-wall carpeting impractical.
Celebrity diets are extreme and impractical for achieving long term results.
It may be impractical to dress your toddler in a full-length sequined dress with matching lace handkerchief and crushed velvet beret.
Even those garments that aren't suggestive are impractical and don't allow girls to simply be girls.
These are impractical dresses, but items like the Garden Fairy dress can be fun for Easter because your baby will look just like a little flower.
Some women do not care for necklaces, or a necklace may be impractical for them to wear frequently.
It's not uncommon to fall in love with a style online, only to find that the look is impractical for your particular personality.
The most popular games feature unique control sets that would be impractical at home, such as a racing car set-up for racing games or rail shooters.
The wine accessory industry is booming, and you're bound to find all kinds of practical and impractical accessories for wine lovers.
While both theories have merit and some feng shui practitioners advise TV removal or covering it at night, many feng shui masters believe this request is impractical for a modern bedroom.
Family lineage trees are excellent for family reunions or other get-togethers, but they can be impractical for simple genealogy work.
It is inappropriate to dress the flower girl up as a miniature bride, and therefore a hair style using a realistic veil is both awkward and impractical.
When people didn't wash their hair regularly, because it was expensive and impractical, braids maintained good hair health.
Some stretches that you normally do may be impractical or uncomfortable while you are pregnant.
Even if you do have the perfect figure and flawless skin, very skimpy swim wear can be impractical when trying to swim or get in and out of the water.
Hobble skirts: As the name suggests, these impractical garments fit so tightly around the lower part of women's legs, that they had to hobble to get around.
There's a big difference between the runway and the real world, and it's often the runway's seemingly impractical styles that make it so popular in the real world.
However, the units were extremely impractical and far from the small lightweight boxes that are used today.
Since microwaves are fairly inexpensive, often less than $150 to replace, calling in a repair person may be impractical.
Unfortunately, creating bayberry wax was a time-consuming and impractical task.
As such, decorations which would otherwise be impractical, including flower petals or dried leaves, can be used to decorate the table and make an attractive centerpiece.
Due to the fact that costumes for infants are incredibly impractical, it's important to remember that the outfit will probably only be worn for a short period of time.
An oval stone that stands proud of the ring may catch on things, making it a little impractical for everyday wear.
An engagement ring is likely to be worn every day and extremely large stones can be impractical to wear daily.
Large and dramatic rings look great but can be uncomfortable or impractical for everyday wear.
Over the years, the engagement ring remained relatively ornate but moved toward functional jewelry that was wearable and not quite as impractical as the Renaissance era.
Completely impractical as a bag, evening purses are adorations for your party look.
Just because the luggage and travel accessories are feminine, however, doesn't mean that they are impractical.
Romancing a Virgo male should never cause you to make impractical sacrifices or complete personality overhauls.
New Orleans is built below sea level, so interring the dead underground is impractical.
A delicate replacement Timex band, for instance, may look lovely, yet could be impractical for everyday wear.
Even ideas that seem impractical can prove successful if approached with the right frame of mind.
If you're simply trading in an ancient hatchback, paying the subscription rate will be impractical.
One of my early projects used a barrel clasp, which is really cute but completely impractical for trying to put on your own wrist.
Although the bra stretches and expands, most women above a D cup find it to be impractical for anything other than layering.
Frilly boyshorts might seem impractical if you stick to jeans, but keep them in mind for both boudoir entertaining and for underneath high-volume skirts in navy, black, or dark pink.
Even if you believe that a bustier is simply too impractical for day to day activities, you may want to pay special attention to this romantic style for this very special day.
Other women note that the lingerie is too fussy, or so sexy as to be impractical for daily wear.
If her ideas are too expensive or impractical, steer her toward similar alternatives.
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