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    How to wear a winter scarf Do you think of ways to wear a winter scarf in style? You do not just drape around your neck. Scarf is an accessory for playing just like a combination of earrings and necklace. They can upgrade your appearance to go from sneakers to your heels with jeans. Try out different styles for your winter scarves. This versatile accessory has infinite variations. Several ways to wear a winter scarf Long winter scarf You might be overwhelmed and wondering how to wear a winter scarf that you think is too long. - Easy fold loop: One of the easiest ways to collapse first in half. Then drape it around your neck. Take 2 loose ends and press them into the loop at the folded end of the scarf. Tighten as necessary. We greatly reduced the apparent length of the scarf. This is one of the warmest ways to wear a scarf. - Loose Wrap: Another way to wear an average long scarf is to drape in front of the neck, hang behind behind and pull back forward with a broken back. Make sure the scarf is centered. - Layered Knot: Long winter scarves may look chic even with layered knots. Wrap the scarf around your neck, across the back, and pull the end forward and tie. If necessary, loosen the wrapped portion of the scarf to make it comfortable, smooth the end of the scarf and cover a little of one end. The result is a dual layer around the neck, warm and stylish. Dress up You can make the scarf more interesting. Lay in front and flatten the knot and edge, please stroke the scarf…

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    Zorz Sari’s novel Κόκκινη κλωστή δεμένη is once again an exception. As it was mentioned in the previous chapter, this largely autobiographical novel was published in 1974 three years after the publication of the also autobiographical novel Όταν ο Ήλιος…. In these novels Sari reflects on her personal experience from the period of the Occupation, while her trilogy on History is completed with the novel Οι νικητές (The winners) set in the period of the Dekemvriana and published in 1983. Most of…

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    Dhillon, Kamal. Black and Blue Sari. Lotus Speaking, 2009. (292 pages) Black and Blue Sari (2009), by Kamal Dhillon, is about a true story of a young girl’s journey of overcoming her abusive husband. As a single mother of four children, the author felt that it was her mission to spread awareness about domestic violence because she too has been through a rough past dealing with an abusive husband, 11 years to be exact. Using her platform as a way to help others in the same situation as she was,…

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    While providing care for Sari a number of clinical management issues arise. Firstly, Sari’s pregnancy was conceived through intrauterine insemination (IUI), risks associated with artificial reproductive technologies were likely reviewed with Sari and Jane prior to intervention . It is important that the midwife be aware of potential risks associated with this method of conception and able to review these with Sari and Jane if they have questions. IUI can include increased risks of preterm birth,…

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    Kaka Dixit (1864-5.7.1926): Hari Sitaram Dixit, a high caste Nagari Brahim of Khandwa, did B.A., LLB, and became a leading solicitor of Bombay. He was the Secretary of the Indian National Congress of 1904 at Bombay. In 1906, on his visit to England he had an accident in London whch caused him an injury in the leg with constantly pained. Nana Chandorkar advised him in 1909 to go to Shirdi and seek Sai Baba’s blessings. The same year he went to Ahmednagar with some work and was a guest in the…

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    TITLE Tegal Sari: Affordable Luxury Hotel in Ubud, Bali Surrounded by Paddy Fields LEAD PARAGRAPH Who say luxury is expensive? You always pay for what you get, but that is not the case if you stay at Tegal Sari hotel in Ubud, Bali. This hotel, surrounded by paddy field, claims itself to be a two-star accommodation, but I think the term 'two stars' here doesn't represent its facilities, as what you get here is way more than just the one rated with two stars. In fact, nothing is rated with two…

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    Violence in Gaza “Peace can happen in 24 hours....just like war can happen in 24 hours.” Sari Nusseibeh. This quote from Nusseibeh seems almost too good to be true, especially for countries like Gaza. War and violence is something that seems nearly impossible to fix in just 24 hours like Nusseibeh implies. And seems nearly impossible for the citizens of Gaza who are constantly having to deal with the conflict between Palestine and Israel. The novel, Gaza Writes Backs is composed of…

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    Banerjee Divakaruni, different garments represent the different cultures Sumita inhabits. Her saris, colorful and flowing, hold deep significance in her homeland and are worn during monumental and ceremonial moments. On the other hand, the tight and mundane American clothes demonstrate a more casual and intimate feeling. Despite the turbulent changes in her life, Sumita finds a way to navigate her rapidly changing identity through the clothes she wears. The sari, while being aesthetically…

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    The Cultural Divide In Interpreter of Maladies, Jhumpa Lahiri emphasizes the divide between Western and Hindu culture through contrasting imagery of the sari and revealing clothing worn by Mrs. Sen, Mrs. Das, and Mala in the stories “Mrs. Sen’s”, “Interpreter of Maladies”, and “The Third and Final Continent”. By using contrasting imagery, Lahiri shows the cultural barriers that stem from her characters feeling the need to choose their own traditional values and beliefs or those of a new culture.…

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    items into work costumes. Here, in case of the Indian context, the role of the ‘sari’ or the ‘salwar’ come into question. As per Indian women in the corporate sector, going ‘ethnic’ is the best possible option. “I admire western clothes and adore Indian clothes” The ‘sari’ and the ‘salwar’ have already positioned themselves in the Indian corporate sector. The ‘sari’ as a traditional clothing item have been worn by women since centuries through different times in History, where women used it…

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