I'm sure Mr. Dean doesn't want to wait up for an out-of-shape old lady lagging behind him.
We recommend the use of bracing frames during the fitting process to ensure that closers are not ' pinched ' out of shape.
match fitness The players will all return from their summer breaks out of shape and lacking match fitness.
Equity discussions are often fraught with peril-people can easily get bent out of shape if they feel they're not going to get their fair share.
Most manufacturers suggest handwashing and air-drying to reduce the risk of your bra shrinking and/or stretching out of shape.
In this case, the halls were humid, I was in pain, and let's face it, I let myself get pretty darn out of shape over the past nine months so pacing the hallways was more strenuous than usual.
Buy doors with metal wrapped studs so that they will not go out of shape with humidity or use.
This holds the end of the bracelet firmly while the knotting takes place and this stops the bracelet from twisting or being pulled out of shape.
Tiny earrings can get caught with other items of jewelry and large, dangly earrings can get twisted or bent out of shape.
A heavyweight brooch will look stunning on a woolen jacket, yet would pull a light silk jacket out of shape.
Even hoop earrings, which are relatively robust, can get pulled out of shape or damaged if they are not stored correctly.
Being plus size does not mean you are stuck purchasing low-quality clothing that is destined to look sloppy and be stretched out of shape.
Traditional cotton socks were valued for their comfort, but they trap sweat against the foot and stretch out of shape - the old-fashioned 'fuzzy ball' design was intended to keep the sock from sliding down into the shoe.
Because readers don't usually stay perched on your nose all day, every day, it's easy to place them somewhere they're likely to be crushed or in the very least, bent out of shape to the point that they don't function when you wear them.
Because of the abnormalities of the child's fibrillin, the walls of the aorta (the large blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart) are weaker than normal and tend to stretch and bulge out of shape.
A woman who was found sexy in the 1960s would be considered a little out of shape by a lot of men and women today.
Andress was considered the pinnacle of female beauty at the time and it's worth noting that by modern standards, she might be considered overweight, or at least out of shape.
This is a very accurate tool as the rings are rigid and there is no opportunity for the rings to get bent out of shape.
If you're worried about a hat stretching out of shape after repeated washings, consider using a cotton blend, such as cotton/acrylic or cotton/wool.
Sew all the way to the other end of the shape, being careful not to tug or pull the fabric out of shape.
The intensity of the exercise required may also be hazardous to those that are obese or out of shape.
It features a progressive workout schedule, perfect for beginners or the out of shape.
A person new to exercise who is extremely out of shape cannot expect to be turned into an athlete or fitness model in four weeks.
Unlike undergarments that rely on elastic for shaping, which can stretch out of shape over time, microfiber resists this stretching and will pop back into shape time and time again.
Not advisable for those with man boobs - or, indeed, anyone who is slightly out of shape.
The posts on stud earrings can get bent or twisted out of shape and the butterfly clips on the back can also get lost.
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