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accoutrement.n

  • One can only assume that the purchasers of these
    lichen-grey
    jäkälänvihreiden
    accoutrements
    varusteiden
    are members of EXIT, and that anyone attempting to rescue them would receive a bloody nose for their trouble.
  • They took
    his
    hänen
    accoutrements
    varusteensa
    off him.
  • Christianity also excelled in the use of precious substances for enriching the furnishings, vestments and
    accoutrements
    varusteita
    of religious ritual
    uskonnolisissa rituaaleissa
    .
  • Each vied with others in the number of his retainers, the magnificence of
    his
    hänen
    robes and
    accoutrements
    varusteidensa
    .
  • Money is carelessly present in the cut and texture of her clothes,
    her
    hänen
    leathery
    nahka-
    accoutrements
    varusteidensa
    , in rug-brilliance and mouth tone.
  • Whatever the Dersinghams had skimped on, it
    was not the
    ei ollut
    accoutrements
    varusteet
    of death.
  • Natives put upon the scent found
    military
    sotilas-
    accoutrements
    varusteita
    and other articles thrown out of the same chest, so that the drawings were clearly the object of the theft.

anklet.n

  • A curious feature of the scene is that the worshipping woman seems to be naked apart from an
    anklet
    nilkkakorua
    and what may be a sacral knot tied round her neck.
  • She wore
    brass
    messinkisiä
    anklets
    nilkkakoruja
    , and her feet were wet from the river.
  • They wore bright scarves and pantaloons and
    silver
    hopeisia
    anklets
    nilkkakoruja
    .
  • He is even weighed down with bracelets and
    anklets
    nilkkakorujen
    , to discourage him from floating up again too soon.
  • There were ornate neck circles with chippings of moonstones and slender,
    silver
    hopeisia
    anklets
    nilkkakoruja
    engraved with the tree symbols of fertility
    kaiverrettu hedelmällisyyden puusymboleilla
    and great chunks of raw gold somehow veined with amber which would be used as Coronation accessories.
  • The
    copper
    kuparinen
    anklet
    nilkkakoru
    was probably the only thing of value she had possessed, and it was curious that it had not been stolen, for all metal was valuable in the Black Land.
  • Beneath it, she wore loose silky pants in the same colour, pleated and gathered into a deep, fitted waistband and tapering at her ankles, one of which sported a
    fine
    hieno
    gold
    kultainen
    anklet
    nilkkakoru
    .

armband.n

  • Kalvariskii Church overflowed with people, many wearing
    armbands
    käsivarsinauhoja
    with radioactivity symbols.
  • They have Kalashnikov rifles slung ready across their chests and wear
    distinctive red and white
    selkeästi erottuvia punaisia ja valkoisia
    armbands
    käsivarsinauhoja
    and helmets.
  • Ray McClean describes his mild surprise on several occasions, when demonstrators accepted the authority of
    his
    hänen
    steward's
    stuertin
    armband
    käsivarsinauhansa
    and obeyed his orders.
  • Dad, Jack and Charlie just wore a
    black
    mustia
    armband
    käsivarsinauhoja
    each with their Sunday suits, and I was dressed in a white lace dress with a wide black sash of silk ribbon.
  • He wore
    Biocontrol
    Biocontrolin
    armbands
    käsivarsinauhoja
    , which monitored his movements, and these were then translated by the system for output by the various keyboards -- interpreted as music.
  • One of the fighters later became a club steward, and dressed in a white coat with a
    red
    jossa oli punaiset
    armband
    käsivarsinauhat
    was officially hired to sort out the Rowdies.
  • Tod wears the
    red
    punaista
    armband
    käsivarsinauhaa
    too, along with everybody else.

armlet.n

  • Armlets
    Käsivarsinauhat
    and wrist-rings tattling answer shrill;
  • Anderson in ``Scotland in Pagan Times tells of 36
    gold
    kultaisesta
    annular
    rengasmaisesta
    armlets
    käsivarsinauhasta
    , all melted except one, which were found at Coull.
  • `And if, ``said Bith of the Bog-Hat, `your impress-ship should ever be wanting an
    armlet
    käsivarsinauhan
    or two, or maybe a plain everyday crown circlet, we'd be happy to oblige.

badge.n

  • In a permissive society where officialdom and authority were being questioned at every turn, misbehaviour and impetuousness
    became a
    tuli
    badge
    merkki
    of courage and style.
  • Admiral James Watkins, formerly head of the Department of Energy, the SSC's sponsor, saw this expense as a
    badge
    merkkinä
    of valour.
  • But as Brown Owl pinned
    my
    <empty>
    Promise
    Lupaus-
    Badge
    merkkini
    on me
    minuun
    , and said, `I trust you to keep the Promise ``, the excitement must have been too much for Natalie!
  • He tapped
    her
    hänen
    badge
    merkkiään
    .
  • He wasn't staring at her breast, but at
    her
    hänen
    badge
    merkkiään
    .
  • Dot fingered
    her
    <empty>
    victory
    voiton-
    badge
    merkkiään
    and tried not to listen in case it seemed like prying.
  • Richard Morris, Paul Rayner and Kevin Greenhill, from High Wycombe, Bucks, were trying to win
    the Chief Scout Award
    Ylimmän partiolaisen ansio-
    badge
    merkin
    when the rain forced them to shelter in a tiny tent they were carrying.
  • The
    identity
    tunnus-
    badge
    merkki
    and pass issued to Coleman in 1987 when he taught a course in audio and video surveillance at the National Intelligence Academy in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  • Undertaking the painting of heraldic devices such as
    squadron
    ilmavoimien
    badges
    ansiomerkit
    requires a licence from HMSO Crown Copyright as they are within the national domain.
  • In the First World War Lord Lonsdale raised The 11th (Lonsdale) Battalion and issued
    silver
    hopeiset
    badges
    ansiomerkit
    at his own expense to the volunteers.
  • FORMER chairman of Craghead Social Club, Johnny Glister, received the CIU long service certificate from Durham branch president George Lawson and
    gold
    kultainen
    badge
    ansiomerkki
    from divisional representative Mattie Younger.
  • 68 year old Idris Owen receives a
    Gold
    kultaisen
    Badge
    ansiomerkin
    for paddling over 800km last year while spending much of his time teaching handicapped canoeists on the Montgomery Canal.
  • Unfortunately his foot was in it at the time and I slammed it, at which point he pulled out a
    badge
    virkamerkin
    and said he was a cop.
  • The
    badge
    virkamerkki
    she wore on one lapel proclaimed that her name was Molly.
  • Brig Ramsey fought like a tigress to save the WRAC's
    cap
    lakki-
    badge
    merkin
    .
  • Newly shaved, with combed hair and
    cap
    lakki-
    badges
    merkit
    polished
    kiillotettuina
    , Tyson, Shaw, Evans and O'Lone presented themselves to him.
  • Colours and patterns changed hardly at all and the
    dinky
    sievä
    club
    kerho-
    badge
    merkki
    remained firmly in place.
  • You'll also get a FREE stamp album every year, a
    brilliant
    hienon
    club
    kerho-
    badge
    merkin
    , stickers and a membership card.
  • He doesn't drink, and proudly displays a
    lapel
    rinta-
    badge
    merkkiä
    proclaiming the fact.
  • She glanced briefly at
    his
    tämän
    lapel
    rinta-
    badge
    merkkiä
    .
  • The young IBM salesman (he works for IBM, not the store, although
    his
    hänen
    name
    nimi-
    badge
    kylttinsä
    does not say so) is more forthcoming on Amstrad.
  • No longer did I desire conventions of little nymphets, each one wearing
    playboy's plastic
    playboyn
    name
    nimi-
    badge
    kylttiä
    .
  • She glanced at
    her
    <empty>
    name
    nimi-
    badge
    kylttiään
    .
  • Not only did Japanese stereos or Italian fridges add to the comfort of life, they
    were
    olivat
    badges
    tunnuksia
    of rank
    aseman
    , proof of one's standing in the hierarchy of power.
  • Here are just a few of the
    exciting
    kiinnostavista
    badges
    tunnuksista
    you can work to earn:
  • This
    is
    on
    Super Brownie's
    Super Brownien
    badge
    merkki
    .
  • There are a large number of
    orange
    oransseja
    badge
    merkki-
    holders.
  • All the young men wore identical uniform and
    badges
    tunnukset
    of rank
    aseman
    .
  • She'd promised him money for the van, which she would make wearing that
    bloody
    hiton
    badge
    merkkiä
    .
  • A hook in naval slang,
    his
    hänen
    badge
    osoitus
    of rank
    asemastaan
    .
  • Bde. patch is worn on the right shoulder of the desert combat suit and the sand-coloured `woolly pully ``, partly above the
    badge
    merkin
    of rank
    arvo-
    on the latter.
  • They meet in packs called Hives and
    their
    heidän
    Promise
    Lupaus-
    Badge
    merkkinsä
    is a silver bee.
  • Any worker away from the nest for more than a day will find that its
    smell identification
    hajutunniste-
    badge
    merkki
    has expired, and it will be killed.
  • `He has
    police
    poliisin
    badges
    virkamerkit
    from 837 forces worldwide and has also met many heads of state as well as Mother Theresa, the Pope and the Dalai Lama.

balaclava.n

  • We cut a mask for my face out of a
    balaclava
    villakypärästä
    and made it black with boot polish.
  • Inside lay a
    green
    vihreästä
    woollen
    villa-
    balaclava
    kypärästä
    , a green sleeveless pullover and a pair of navy blue corduroy shorts.
  • The girl had a
    black
    musta
    balaclava
    villakypärä
    over her head
    päässään
    , and her hands were handcuffed in front of her.
  • The vagrant's hands were covered by woollen gloves and his face was hidden underneath a
    navy blue
    laivastonsinisen
    balaclava
    villakypärän
    .
  • She pushed the Beretta into her anorak pocket then rolled him on to his back and pulled off
    his
    hänen
    black
    mustan
    balaclava
    villakypäränsä
    .
  • He was wearing a
    balaclava
    villakypärä
    so all I could see was his eyes.
  • You'll find him dragging his half-starved body through the streets of London, mumbling random thoughts through a
    woolly
    villa-
    balaclava
    kypärän
    into a rickety Dictaphone.
  • He was grabbed by a man wearing a
    black
    musta
    balaclava
    villakypärä
    and pulled to the ground.
  • He was wearing a
    balaclava
    villakypärä
    and dark clothing.

bandanna.n

  • `Strum Guard ``is a term used solely by Joe Strummer to describe the
    bandana
    liinaa
    taped around his right hand to protect it from his own vigorous guitar-flailing
    joka on kiinnitetty teipillä hänen oikean kätensä ympärille suojaamaan sitä hänen rajulta kitaranhuitomiseltaan
    .
  • Model Nikki is on target for a very strange tan in fringed bikini, cowboy boots,
    bandana
    liina
    and six-shooter.
  • Googol's ever-hidden warp-eye would pop out from beneath the
    black
    mustan
    bandana
    liinan
    tied around his brow
    hänen päänsä ympärille sidotun
    .
  • She pushed back her hair where it had slipped from the
    bandanna
    liinasta
    , then tried to shrug off the tension with a sigh.
  • He wore a
    red
    punainen
    bandana
    liina
    and drank white Russians and quoted Kerouac and spoke loudly in superlatives and sang along to the radio in a shrill and grating soprano.

bangle.n

  • On her last visit I'd been unable to take my eyes off her gold earrings and
    her
    hänen
    bangles
    rannerenkaistaan
    .
  • I pointed to three
    red
    punaista
    ,
    leather
    nahka-
    bangles
    rannerengasta
    , decorated with turquoise beads -- presents for my daughter Susan and my two nieces.
  • She herself had
    plastic
    muovi-
    bangles
    rannerenkaita
    .
  • The men would bring small luxuries -- a shawl, some oranges,
    plastic
    muovi-
    bangles
    rannerenkaita
    -- as well as the all guns, ammunition and explosives for the war.
  • His wrists up to his elbows were closely covered with
    coral
    koralli-
    bangles
    rannerenkailla
    , so were his ankles … his breast was completely hidden from view by the coral beads encircling his neck.
  • She gulped and rubbed the
    ivory
    norsunluu-
    bangle
    rengasta
    on her wrist
    ranteessaan
    .
  • Cruella Baines grunted and waddled off along the line of windows,
    her
    <empty>
    steel
    teräs-
    bangles
    rannerenkaidensa
    rattling against her gigantic thighs.

belt.n

  • As soon as she winds
    her
    <empty>
    black
    mustan
    belt
    vyönsä
    around her waist, however, her personality undergoes a remarkable change.
  • She buckled a
    stiff hard
    paksun kovan
    belt
    vyön
    around Alexandra's waist and stood back to admire the effect.
  • Juliet Avery adjusted the
    belt
    vyötä
    around her slim waist
    hoikan vyötärönsä ympärillä
    .
  • The new farmsteads were being built at the same time, set snugly into shelter
    belts
    alueita
    of oak, beech and elm,
    tammi-, pyökki- ja jalava-
    nursed up by Scots pines.
  • For your comfort you'll find a
    padded
    pehmustetun
    hip
    lantio-
    belt
    vyön
    with lumbar support, a wide angle stand for easy loading and a removable pouch for toys, nappies and the kitchen sink
    jossa on lannetuki, laajakulmainen tuki, joka helpottaa lastaamista, irrotettava pussi leluja ja vaippoja varten sekä tiskialtaan.
    .
  • He fingered the dials upon a small black box which hung at
    his
    hänen
    belt
    vyöllään
    .
  • He'd just about made it by the time Private Boyd had strapped
    my
    <empty>
    gun
    ase-
    belt
    vyöni
    on and issued me with a plastic face visor which fitted with adjustable straps at the back.
  • He had left
    his
    <empty>
    sword
    miekka-
    belt
    vyönsä
    and dagger in the tavern.
  • He shaved, changed his doublet, put on
    his
    <empty>
    sword
    miekka-
    belt
    vyönsä
    and took his heaviest cloak from its hook outside the buttery.
  • The zip gaped open an inch at his waist, which was cinched in far too tightly by a
    fake crocodile
    epäaidon krokotiili-
    belt
    vyön
    .
  • He was wearing a pair of his customary white trousers and a plain white shirt, rolled back to the elbows, with a
    black
    musta
    belt
    vyö
    at his waist
    vyötäröllään
    and a pair of shiny black shoes.
  • A well-fitting sack allows the load to be balanced between the shoulder harness and the
    hip
    lantio-
    belt
    vyön
    without putting a strain on your shoulders or arms.
  • She wrapped her raincoat around her, tying the
    belt
    vyön
    tightly.
  • She always had on a brown cotton smock which was pinched in around the waist with a
    wide
    leveän
    leather
    nahka-
    belt
    vyön
    .
  • The girl touched the
    leather
    nahka-
    belt
    vyötä
    round my waist
    vyötärölläni
    .
  • Her waist was pinched by a
    broad black
    leveällä mustalla
    belt
    vyöllä
    pulled tight by leather thongs.
  • Ruane took a key from his pocket that was fastened to
    his
    hänen
    waist
    vyötärö-
    belt
    vyölleen
    by a fine chain.
  • She had a
    tiny
    pikkuruinen
    lace
    pitsinen
    suspender
    sukkanauha-
    belt
    vyö
    under the camiknickers and the elasticated straps of the suspender belt peeped out, fore and aft, to hold up peach silk stockings.
  • Andrew's taken
    my
    <empty>
    belt
    vyöni
    off.
  • She swallowed convulsively, and tightened the
    belt
    vyötä
    of her Burberry, turning up the collar as if she was preparing to weather a blizzard before closing numb fingers round the hand-grip of her bag.
  • It is advisable to wear a
    weight-training
    painonnosto-
    belt
    vyötä
    for this exercise because of the strain on the lower back.
  • Peter shrugged on his second sleeve and began to button himself up, collar neat,
    belt
    vyö
    buckled.
  • His thumb rubbed sensuously along the swollen lower lip while his other hand undid
    his
    hänen
    belt
    vyö-
    buckle.
  • Jimmy went back to his conversation with the tattooed man, his thumb now resting casually in
    Sean's
    Seanin
    belt
    vyö-
    loop.
  • He was thicker set, with a suspicion of belly overhanging the
    crocodile
    krokotiili-
    belt
    vyön
    ; his sandy hair had been fashionably crew-cut and he wore glasses.
  • The
    suspender
    sukkanauha-
    belt
    vyö
    was tight around her waist.

beret.n

  • All the local folk were out in the street to welcome him home in his uniform and
    red
    punaisessa
    beret
    baretissa
    of the Parachute Regiment
    laskuvarjorykmentin
    .
  • Leslie's
    Leslien
    maroon
    punaruskea
    beret
    baretti
    and the winged flash on his shoulder attracted attention as we entered the hall.
  • Having been awarded
    my
    <empty>
    red
    punaisen
    beret
    barettini
    , I went on to RAF Brize Norton where I completed seven parachute jumps and was awarded my `wings ``.
  • I put on my clean uniform and adjusted
    my
    <empty>
    beret
    barettiani
    , blousing my trousers over the buckles of my combat boots.
  • A few shuffling steps and she appeared through the beads, with her flowered pinafore and
    her
    <empty>
    brown
    ruskean
    beret
    baskerinsa
    , worn well down over her eyebrows.
  • When in barracks and field dress, generals often choose to wear the general officers' cap badge not in the
    dark blue
    tummansinisessä
    GS
    GS-
    beret
    baretissa
    , but in the `tribal headgear ``of their former unit.
  • Mystified, I took off the
    small
    pienen
    velvet
    sametti-
    beret
    baskerin
    I was wearing and, miraculously, the vast hall was quiet, and I learned that the chant had been Cha-peau!
  • There was a soldier in battledress and
    beret
    baretissa
    by the door, and he stood aside to let them pass.
  • She wore white ankle socks; my mother preferred me to wear fawn knee-length ones, but
    our
    <empty>
    skirts and
    berets
    baskerimme
    were the same except mine had a leather band inside you couldn't see.
  • The only fly in the ointment was the headgear which was issued --
    white
    valkoinen
    berets
    baretti
    .
  • She was dressed in trousers and a trenchcoat and had a mane of fair hair beneath a
    tight-fitting
    tyköistuvan
    beret
    baskerin
    .
  • Instead of seeking to analyse Che Guevara's bungled revolutionary export-drive, she appropriately notes that its main consequence was to make
    black
    mustasta
    berets
    baretista
    fashionable for a while.
  • His
    Hänen
    green
    vihreä
    beret
    baskerinsa
    lay close by.
  • In the yard an old man in a
    beret
    baskerissa
    was clipping a pony's mane.
  • He wore a
    leather
    nahka-
    beret
    baskeri
    to conceal his black hair, tinted wrap-around glasses and a coat turned up at the collar which masked the lower half of his face.
  • Artists wear
    berets
    baskereita
    and smocks and cut their ears off.
  • Antoinette wore her new blue suit and
    white
    valkoista
    beret
    baskeria
    .
  • For a moment I knew genuine fear and then, as it came into the light, I saw a young woman, quite small and wearing a
    black
    mustaa
    beret
    baskeria
    and soaked raincoat.

biretta.n

  • Nowadays it would be considered kinky indeed for a Catholic priest to acquire a tonsure at the hairdressers -- or to parade around in soutane and
    biretta
    biretta-hatussa
    .
  • Monsieur le Curé sat in his bath, a huge holy-water stoup, still holding
    his
    <empty>
    biretta
    biretta-hattuaan
    , while the housekeeper washed his bristly black hair.
  • To mark the event the shop window is decorated with red vestments, including the
    three-cornered
    kolmikulmaisen
    biretta
    biretta-hatun
    , symbol of the cardinal's rank.
  • Many of the men getting
    their
    <empty>
    red
    punaiset
    birettas
    biretta-hattunsa
    on Saturday run archdioceses traditionally headed by cardinals, such as Mexico City, the world's largest, and Madrid.
  • One by one, the new cardinals approached the pope on his huge golden throne at the door of the basilica, kneeling as he placed the
    three-cornered
    kolmikulmaiset
    biretta
    biretta-hatut
    on their heads.

boater.n

  • His
    Hänen
    straw
    olki-
    boater
    hattunsa
    was new and his plus-fours neat, but there was something of the air of a little boy about him.
  • She was a slim, attractive woman in her late twenties and had long fair hair which was tightly piled up under a
    straw
    olki-
    boater
    hatun
    .
  • The girls en masse looked extremely smart especially in the summer, when they wore
    cream
    kermanvalkoisia
    straw
    olki-
    boaters
    hattuja
    , having a bright red band, white blouses, navy blue skirts and white gloves.
  • These picturesque craft are manoeuvred through London's crowded waterways by traditional Cockney seafarers in
    their
    <empty>
    striped sweaters and
    ribboned
    nauhalla koristelluissa
    boaters
    hatuissaan
    .
  • She wore a cream linen suit, a
    black
    musta
    straw
    olki-
    boater
    hattu
    , and black gloves.
  • A decent blouse and skirt, or an attractive frock, either outfit worn with a
    clean
    puhtaan
    straw
    olki-
    boater
    hatun
    , and she ought to be able to get a job in a store.
  • He put out his hands and lifted off the
    little
    pienen
    straw
    olki-
    boater
    hatun
    and laid it down.

bonnet.n

  • Very fine he and his men looked in
    their
    <empty>
    feathered
    sulilla koristelluissa
    bonnets
    myssyissään
    with the pipes playing.
  • To complete the ensemble there is a
    loose-fitting
    väljä
    bonnet
    myssy
    with pinked edging and a broad white tie-tape
    jossa on pinkki reunus ja leveä valkoinen sitomisnauha
    .
  • The tall eagle feathers on
    his
    <empty>
    bonnet
    lakissaan
    cocked proudly over his head.
  • Senga pulled off
    her
    <empty>
    bonnet
    myssynsä
    , and tossed it on to the chair beside the fire.
  • Hamish took off
    his
    <empty>
    war
    sota-
    bonnet
    lakkinsa
    and scratched his head.
  • Children at Selborne School took the time last week to make some splendid
    Easter
    pääsiäis-
    bonnets
    lakkeja
    .
  • Some wore brightly coloured Chinese long gowns and
    black
    mustia
    mandarin
    virkamies-
    bonnets
    päähineitä
    , others, shorter black silk coats and white trousers.
  • I thought she was startlingly beautiful, even in her grief, with her fair hair tucked under a
    dainty
    siron
    mourning
    suru-
    bonnet
    päähineen
    , and her slim upright figure.
  • One was a stout, red-faced woman with a
    straw
    olki-
    bonnet
    hatun
    and blue ribbons.
  • Bright new
    Kirkkaita uusia
    bonnets
    konepeltejä
    on show at the fair: Brett Fraser says that, for once, the London Motorfair is the place to catch a glimpse of the latest ideas from the world's car makers
  • Cramming
    her
    <empty>
    worn
    kulunutta
    ,
    out-moded
    vanhentunutta
    bonnet
    myssyään
    on her head, she stuffed the few belongings she had unpacked back into the portmanteau.
  • Each wore a blue sash at hip level, a
    matching
    yhteensopivaa
    bonnet
    päähinettä
    , silk stockings and black shoes with a buckle.
  • While Annie put on
    her
    <empty>
    cloak and
    bonnet
    päähineensä
    , Jonadab called for the pony and trap to be brought round to the door.
  • They wear
    night
    yö-
    bonnets
    myssyjä
    and petticoats
  • He wore a sort of
    bonnet
    päähinettä
    on his jet black hair, apparently dyed, and four great eagle feathers were clasped to this.
  • Her
    Hänen
    straw
    olki-
    bonnet
    päähineessään
    had a large brim which was usually turned back from her face, but today she didn't want people looking at her grief so she had tipped the brim down.
  • The woman in the
    white
    valkoisessa
    bonnet
    päähineessä
    is her mother.
  • It
    was a
    oli
    straw
    olki-
    bonnet
    hattu
    , biscuit-coloured and it was worked round the edges with red; I suppose it was thin cord; but it had red round it and red on the top.

bowler.n

  • The goal was, however, enough to sent the bonnets of Tam and Jimmy and the
    bowlers
    knallihatut
    of George and Donald
    Georgen ja Donaldin
    flying into the air.
  • `That's kind, Mr Jordan, but I can't stay, ``replied Lawler, hanging onto
    his
    <empty>
    bowler
    knallihattunsa
    .
  • They went up the curving Georgian staircase to Bragg's room, and hung
    their
    <empty>
    bowlers
    knallihattunsa
    on the bentwood hat-stand.
  • She turned and saw the man in the
    bowler
    knallihatussa
    .
  • He always used to wear a
    bowler
    knalli-
    hat and very dark clothes.
  • He wore riding-gear and a
    bowler
    knallihattu
    , a stick tucked underneath his arm, and his air of unhurried authority gave him a matchless glamour.
  • The pegs above the raincoats were occupied by assorted headgear -- berets and peaked caps, a
    riding
    ratsastus-
    bowler
    hattu
    , sou'westers, knitted hats, deerstalkers.

bracelet.n

  • Olivia fidgeted a little; she played with the
    slim
    ohuen
    bracelet
    rannekorun
    on her slim arm
    ohuessa kädessään
    .
  • Choose from a
    pearl
    helmi-
    bracelet
    rannekorusta
    with matching face, a patterned silver bangle, or a gilt-finished double strand bracelet.
  • The transparent epoxy resin cast of the body of a young woman known as `the Lady from Oplontis ``reveals
    her
    <empty>
    bracelet
    rannekorunsa
    and purse holding coins, rings and gems.
  • A nice nine carat wristwatch with a
    nine carat
    yhdeksän karaatin
    bracelet
    rannekorun
    .
  • To Léonie she left an
    ivory
    norsunluu-
    bracelet
    rannekorun
    and a silver brooch.
  • He had seen a
    slim
    ohuen
    silver
    hopea-
    bracelet
    rannekorun
    in the window of a jeweller's in the Fulham Road.
  • She lifted her hand to her immaculate hair, causing the many
    bracelets
    rannekorun
    along her wasted arm
    surkastununeen kätensä myötäisen
    to clank and clatter like old dustbin lids.
  • It would make a nice souvenir for her
    charm
    riipus-
    bracelet
    rannekoruaan varten
    .
  • 18 carat gold 5mm court shaped fancy cut milled edge wedding ring, £169.50 2.
    9 carat gold
    9 karaatin kultainen
    polished fancy
    kiillotettu upea
    link
    ketju
    bracelet
    ranne-
    , £250.
  • He slipped on a
    rigid
    jäykän
    gold
    kultaisen
    bracelet
    rannekorun
    once he was back in the dressing room and Dominic pulled a curtain clear of a radiator to get more heat into the place.
  • Number seventy seven, a
    gold
    kultainen
    identity
    laatta-
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    .
  • The
    gold
    kultaiset
    bracelets
    rannekorut
    he wore were too small, and bit into his forearms.
  • It was a zig-zag orange and blue striped towel, and it should have been dazzling white cotton, with a
    gold
    kultainen
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    on his lean bronzed strong-muscled forearm.
  • An
    identity
    laatta-
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    was put on her wrist with her full name and hospital record number written on it.
  • `We've another twenty minutes to do, ``said Bunny, untangling
    his
    <empty>
    identity
    laatta-
    bracelet
    rannekoruaan
    from Santa Claus's fishnets.
  • On display are earrings, necklaces and
    bracelets
    rannekoruja
    made from lapis, carnelian turquoise, jade, amber and amethyst
    lapiksesta, karnelionturkoosista, jadesta, meripihkasta ja ametisteista
    .
  • Inside
    was a
    oli
    gold
    kultainen
    chain
    ketju-
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    with a blue enamel disc and the initials `F ``and `G entwined.
  • He wore a
    steel
    teräs-
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    on his wrist -- something to do with being a Sikh, Nutty understood, with rain, and she had Midnight to ride.
  • Today she wore a
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    formed from a padlock and chain.
  • They all wore
    serpent-like
    käärmeitä muistuttavat
    black
    mustat
    coral
    koralli-
    bracelets
    rannekorut
    as special protective amulets against snakes.
  • Stella had changed into slacks and overall to keep her costume clean for the curtain call, but still wore a
    heavy
    painava
    gilt
    kullattu
    bracelet
    rannekoru
    on her arm.
  • `He doesn't even wear
    his
    <empty>
    medic-alert
    lääketieteellistä turva-
    bracelet
    rannekettaan
    .
  • He unfastened the
    woven
    punotun
    leather
    nahka-
    bracelet
    rannekkeen
    from around his wrist.
  • `It breaks my back, my neck -- ``And she would give a little laugh, unclasping a
    heavy
    painavaa
    bracelet
    rannekorua
    : `It breaks my wrist too.
  • She added shyly, again fidgeting with
    her
    <empty>
    bracelet
    rannekorunsa
    , ``We haven't been --together so very long.

brooch.n

  • Hines has extended understanding of such relationships in a thorough review of the
    square-headed
    neliöpäisten
    brooches
    rintaneulojen
    in England.
  • A
    lovely little
    ihastuttava pieni
    silver
    hopea-
    brooch
    rintaneula
    of Mother's, shaped like a rose, which Bobbie had loved for years.
  • Over the top she had a jacket of the palest blue, and a
    brooch
    rintaneula
    of seed pearls like a bunch of grapes
    siemenhelmistä, jotka muistuttivat viinirypäleterttua
    .
  • She fingered
    her
    <empty>
    brooch
    rintaneulaansa
    uneasily.
  • Mrs Hollidaye glanced down at
    her
    <empty>
    brooch
    rintaneulaansa
    and touched it like Dot used to touch her token.
  • Dotty, pulled off balance, fell across Agnes's chair, driving her mother's
    cameo
    kamee-
    brooch
    rintaneulaa
    painfully into her throat.
  • She was wearing a black dress with grey flowers printed on it, and a
    cameo
    kamee-
    brooch
    rintaneula
    surrounded with imitation diamonds
    jota kehystivät jäljitelmätimantit
    .
  • Nothing like the man who had spoken about
    her
    naisen
    cat
    kissa-
    brooch
    rintaneulasta
    .
  • The silk shawl she draped over her shoulders winter and summer was in place;
    her
    hänen
    mother of pearl
    helmiäis-
    brooch
    rintaneulansa
    was at her neck as it should be and her shoes were shining as immaculately as ever.
  • The jewellery pictured includes a silver pocket watch, a
    pearl
    helmi-
    brooch
    rintaneulan
    , a silver pendant and several tie or stick pins.
  • She fingered the
    brooch
    rintaneulaa
    at her neck
    kaulallaan
    -- Victorian gold plate with an amethyst in the centre, held in place by a fierce pin.
  • He also bought an
    expensive
    kalliin
    brooch
    rintaneulan
    for his girlfriend
    tyttöystävälleen
    , who was Polly, one of your tea-ladies.
  • Mrs or Mme Wyatt wore patent-leather shoes and a smart brownish suit with a
    gold
    kultaisen
    brooch
    rintaneulan
    .
  • After some reflection she removed the
    brooch
    rintaneulan
    , but retained the small, black stud ear-rings.
  • Even today Auntie Jean was straight-backed and splendid in high heels and a dark-blue dress with a
    diamond
    timantti-
    brooch
    rintaneulan
    in the shape of a diving fish pinned to her front.
  • Blue suited her and she'd worn
    her
    <empty>
    pearl and diamond
    helmi-timantti-
    brooch
    rintaneulansa
    because he wanted everyone to see it.
  • She also wore a
    diamond
    timantti-
    brooch
    rintaneula
    at her waist,
    the size of a buckler
    kilven kokoinen
    .
  • She wore an
    antique
    antiikkinen
    brooch
    rintaneula
    on one shoulder, and her hands, discreetly beringed, were folded in her lap, and one wrist had been bandaged.
  • The
    little
    pieni
    brooch
    rintaneula
    with its sapphire heart
    safiirisydämensä kanssa
    was pinned to the silk bow of her dress.

cap.n

  • She got to her feet, checked
    her
    <empty>
    cap
    päähineensä
    in the little mirror on the wall and marched out into her department.
  • A civilian with the
    grey
    harmaan
    wool
    <empty>
    skull cap
    kypärän
    of the Svan people, from the high glens of Georgia, jumped up to help.
  • There was Sibylle's older brother Georg in the
    peaked
    lipallisessa
    cap
    päähineessä
    of the German army officer -- as darkly glamorous as in a war movie.
  • From the relative protection of their holes, the infantry watched in silent admiration at the
    blue
    sinisiä
    caps
    lakkeja
    of the runners
    juoksijoiden
    bobbing and dodging among the plumes of exploding TNT.
  • Paul Pollard, the 23-year old Nottinghamshire opening batsman, has been awarded
    his
    <empty>
    county
    maansa
    cap
    päähineellä
    .
  • Honor looked up at Lady West, a large woman with white hair puffed out round
    her
    hänen
    lawn
    <empty>
    cap
    hilkastaan
    , and a heavy nose over thin, disgruntled lips.
  • Dr Jaffery rustled around the room, picking up books and looking behind cushions for
    his
    <empty>
    mosque
    moskeija-
    cap
    päähinettään
    before remembering that he was already wearing it.
  • They walk ponderously in their crimson velvet hoods and
    black
    mustissa
    caps
    lakeissaan
    , ostrich plumes nodding on their old men's heads.
  • He wore a tatty grey uniform,
    peaked
    lipallinen
    military
    sotilas-
    cap
    päähine
    , black moustache, and the smile of a Mexican bandit.
  • Hands clapping and bodies swaying, an estimated 9,000 sang along as Calloway (85), clad in the
    ceremonial
    juhla-
    cap
    päähineeseen
    and gown, belted out the tune in his gravely voice.
  • He too was dressed in thick muffler and
    flat
    lippa-
    cap
    hatussa
    .
  • Yesterday Leslie showed he was full of life again, sporting a
    blue
    sinisessä
    baseball
    baseball-
    cap
    lakissa
    and obviously looking forward to spending the day with his five children and 61-year-old wife Jean.
  • George, 29, in
    baseball
    baseball-
    cap
    lakissa
    and trainers, and Pam, 41, sporting a leopardskin outfit and dark glasses, shared the same Virgin flight.
  • Sitting on the large stone that marked this spot was a thin, white-haired man in a
    cloth
    kangas-
    cap
    lakissa
    , smoking his pipe.
  • He saluted a little man in tight trousers and a
    yachting
    purjehdus-
    cap
    lakissa
    , standing by a boat pulled up on the bank.
  • An elderly man in
    flat
    lippa-
    cap
    hatussa
    and going-out clothes was leaning against the fence, stick hanging from a crooked elbow.
  • The gaucho was a swarthy old man in a
    red
    punaisessa
    woollen
    villa-
    cap
    hatussa
    and a leather jacket; his saddle was a grubby sheepskin, and the horse's nose was bridled with a yellow wool cabeza.
  • On the dresser was a
    leather
    nahka-
    cap
    hattu
    with sheepskin flaps
    lampaannahkaläpällinen
    which he had worn while working on a building site the previous winter.
  • She had a
    cap
    päähine
    on her head too.
  • She saw that the man with the gun had on his head a
    woollen
    villa-
    cap
    päähine
    .
  • He pulled on
    his
    <empty>
    wet
    märän
    cap
    päähineensä
    , adjusting it at an unusually rakish and dashing angle, and made his way, swaggering very slightly, to his comforts next door.
  • He nodded at me and headed for the kettle, pulling off a
    tweed
    tweed-
    cap
    päähineen
    which had left a circular impression on his thin blond-streaked brown hair.
  • Mr Jarvis pulled on
    his
    <empty>
    cap
    päähineensä
    .
  • One man, wearing a
    red
    punainen
    cap
    päähine
    and with a knife in his mouth, was already on top of the fence.
  • He was wearing a
    peaked
    lipallinen
    cap
    päähine
    of brown leather
    ruskeasta nahasta tehty
    and a long black overcoat.
  • He had a round face and was wearing a
    baseball
    baseball-
    cap
    lakki
    .
  • He peered down at me and scratched his head as he replaced
    his
    <empty>
    cap
    lakkinsa
    on his bald head
    kaljuun päähänsä
    .
  • Zach had already put on
    his
    <empty>
    coat and
    cap
    lakkinsa
    and was waiting to tell him something when Ginnie and Miss Thorne's elder sister burst in.

chain.n

  • She uncoiled the
    chain
    ketjun
    from her wrist and dropped the pendant into my hand.
  • `We are putting
    paper
    paperi-
    chains
    ketjuja
    on their arms; they can break them with a gesture.
  • The room was silent except for the rustle of Dexter's pen and the jingle of
    his
    hänen
    wrist
    ranne-
    chain
    ketjunsa
    on the table as he wrote.
  • He plucked at the
    fob
    kellonvitja-
    chain
    ketjuaan
    on his waistcoat
    liivissään
    and produced a ring of tiny brass keys.
  • All you've got left are your chains, your
    pretty
    nätit
    golden
    kultaiset
    chains
    ketjusi
    .
  • To the east are the Aonachs, the brooding big beasts tamed to a degree now by poor old Aonach Mor's ski-tows, which it wears uncomfortably like a lorry driver sporting
    gold
    kultaista
    neck
    kaula-
    chains
    ketjua
    .
  • She looked cool and rested in a white dress with a
    chaste
    yksinkertainen
    gold
    kultainen
    chain
    ketju
    round her throat.
  • At the end of a
    long
    pitkän
    gold
    kultaisen
    chain
    ketjun
    she carried a Georgian spyglass which she applied in a rather menacing manner to a small, beady eye.
  • Next morning, decked out like a sacrificial goat in
    his
    hänen
    gold
    kultaisissa
    chains
    ketjuissaan
    and designer finery, Younis left the Sheraton marina by speedboat with Sami Jafaar and Hamadan to meet the octopus.
  • In the hushed surroundings of a smart restaurant, Boon fiddles enigmatically with a fob watch on a
    neck
    kaula-
    chain
    ketjussa
    .
  • He wore round his neck a scrimshaw on a
    silver
    hopea-
    chain
    ketjussa
    .
  • Ten pounds for five
    silver
    hopea-
    neck
    kaula-
    chains
    ketjusta
    .
  • He captured Isaac's wife and daughter, and having promised not to put the former ruler in irons, had
    silver
    hopea-
    chains
    ketjut
    made for him.
  • The lead singer had a Mohican haircut and lots of
    chains
    ketjuja
    and zips.
  • He wore a
    tarnished gold
    tummunut kultainen
    watch
    kellon-
    chain
    vitja
    across his waistcoat.
  • Elizabeth had let him wear a
    gold
    kultaista
    chain
    ketjuaan
    of hers round his neck.
  • She had abandoned the huge earrings for dainty gold studs and wore a
    fine
    hienoa
    gold
    kultaista
    chain
    ketjua
    round her neck.
  • Buddie always wore a hooped ear-ring in one ear and a
    chain
    ketjua
    around his neck
    decorated with the teeth of strange animals
    omituisten eläinten hampailla koristettua
    .
  • Sabine unfastened the
    chain
    ketjun
    round her neck
    kaulansa ympäriltä
    , and put the medallion gently into the Baronne's hand.

choker.n

  • She started a craze for
    pearl
    helmi-
    chokers
    kaulanauhoihin
    , which had not been seen in years.
  • She drew an imaginary line across the base of her throat, brushing her
    double-strand
    kaksinauhaista
    pearl
    helmi-
    choker
    kaulanauhaansa
    .
  • The velvet ones are the ultimate show-stoppers and best worn with a top hat, a
    velvet
    sametti-
    choker
    kauluksen
    … and not much else.
  • He was wearing a flat cap, a suit and a
    choker
    kaulanauha
    , and there were dock gates in the background.
  • When the little maid came in to do her hair, she had chosen as her only ornament a
    simple
    yksinkertaisen
    mother-of-pearl
    helmiäis-
    choker
    kaulanauhan
    .
  • Georgina was wearing a black Azzedine Alaïa and a
    choker
    kaulanauha
    of huge fake pearls
    suurista tekohelmistä
    .
  • Rachel looked around the living-room for a hiding place for
    her
    <empty>
    choker
    kaulanauhalleen
    .

circlet.n

  • The young man passed it up, the
    little
    pienen
    circlet
    otsapannan
    of gold
    kultaisen
    glistening between the tips of his thick hard fingers.
  • I wore the shantung tea-gown and a
    gold
    kultainen
    circlet
    otsapanta
    round my forehead to make it clear that I'm the Queen.
  • The Child Christ King with two fingers raised and an orb in his left hand and a
    circlet
    otsapannan
    of stars
    tähdistä
    around his crowned head.
  • Katherine and Sarah were in petrol blue velvet dresses and wore
    circlets
    otsapannat
    of spring flowers
    kevätkukista tehdyt
    on their heads.
  • Don't use walls just for paintings -- they're also ideal for collections like Elizabeth Jane's
    dried flower
    kuivakukka-
    circlets
    otsapannoille
    .
  • The bridesmaids wore very pretty dresses also made of ivory wild silk with pale pink sashes and
    circlets
    otsapannat
    of white flowers
    valkoisista kukista tehdyt
    on their heads.
  • A
    simple
    yksinkertainen
    gold
    kultainen
    circlet
    otsapanta
    held the veil in place, beneath which guileless blue eyes shone with a gentle womanly strength.

coif.n

  • Eleventh-century Spanish soldier in mail shirt and
    coif
    rengashupussa
    , with conical helmet and long shield.
  • They wore brigandines and soft boots and dulled metal helms strapped over a
    coif
    hupun
    of thick wool
    paksusta villasta tehdyn
    .
  • Susan Tilley patted
    her
    <empty>
    impeccable
    coif
    hilkkaansa
    and conceded that it had all turned out really well, and smiled her friendly, competent smile.
  • `A brown-haired lass with a
    white
    valkoinen
    coif
    hilkka
    on her head.

coronet.n

  • It represented a medieval knight in full armour, the helmeted head surrounded by a
    thin
    ohuen
    coronet
    seppeleen
    , the sides of the face and neck swathed in chain mail.
  • The leaderene went down with a satisfying thump,
    her
    hänen
    spiked
    piikikäs
    coronet
    seppeleensä
    falling off.
  • She slipped off the
    coronet
    seppeleen
    , and let the airship go dead.
  • The Green Man wore a
    coronet
    seppelettä
    of leaves
    lehdistä tehtyä
    and a girdle of stems at his waist.
  • Her long blonde tresses were partially covered with a simple headband, a
    floral
    kukka-
    coronet
    seppeleen
    and a chiffon train.

crown.n

  • We took off
    our
    <empty>
    crowns
    kruunumme
    and swords and cloth of gold and moved silent on the road to Elsinore.
  • This time, in an effort to produce a lasting solution to the Italian question, Napoleon created a kingdom of Italy, making Milan its capital and having himself crowned with Monza's
    iron
    rauta-
    crown
    kruunulla
    .
  • Herod appeared in the pulpit -- he was, as always, the best actor -- stamped a small foot, tossed an imperious forelock, straightened a
    paper
    paperi-
    crown
    kruunua
    , despatched a token army across the chancel.
  • A fourth sack holds 400
    Imperial
    keisarillista
    gold
    kultaista
    crowns
    kruunua
    of some antiquity
    melko antiikkista
    -- the head of Carolus is on them with the date 1903 IC.
  • … by these Three Queens with
    crowns
    kruunujen
    of gold
    kultaisten
  • the holding centre
    was a
    oli
    crown
    kruunu
    of gold
    kultainen
    ,
  • had lost
    their
    <empty>
    crowns
    kruununsa
    and the stout grey wisteria,
  • Changing the captain must be a strong possibility, not least because Carrick himself looked a little weary of wearing the
    crown
    kruunua
    of thorns
    orjantappura-
    .
  • He also wore a
    jewelled
    jalokivin koristeltua
    crown
    kruunua
    for such occasions, and a jewelled hilted sword.
  • Moon led the couples through their vows sitting on a stage wearing a
    white and gold
    valkoista ja kultaista
    crown
    kruunua
    .
  • She wore the
    crown
    kruunua
    while they sat in the sunshine, eating the cake, but by the time they went home it was already wilting a little.
  • For Marjorie Wallace, the dream came true, a thousand times over, when she won the
    Miss World
    Miss Maailma
    crown
    -kruunun
    .
  • Opposite the title page was a picture of the kneeling King exchanging
    his
    <empty>
    royal
    kuninkaallisen
    crown
    -kruununsa
    for a crown of thorns.

cufflink.n

  • Players may admire you for all your footballing achievements, but unless
    your
    <empty>
    cufflinks
    kalvosinnappisi
    are bigger, shinier and nastier than everyone else's, respect will forever elude you.
  • Silver
    Hopeiset
    cufflinks
    kalvosinnapit
    are £49.92, and a Waterman 100 fountain pen is £120.
  • On their honeymoon, Charles wore a pair of
    new
    uusia
    gold
    kultaisia
    cufflinks
    kalvosinnappeja
    inscribed C & C — a present from Camilla Parker Bowles.
  • When Charles appeared for dinner, Diana noticed that he was sporting a new pair of
    cufflinks
    kalvosinnappeja
    in the shape of two `C's intertwined.
  • I made the tea and began to put
    my
    <empty>
    cufflinks
    kalvosinnappejani
    in.

diadem.n

  • Devotees of her cult represented her as a cow crowned with a
    diadem
    diadeemilla
    , a literal earth-mother.
  • The famous late figurine of a goddess found in a small rural shrine at Gazi wears a
    diadem
    diadeemia
    embellished with three carefully depicted poppy seed-heads, and they have been cut as if for the extraction of opium.
  • The recovery of a
    gold
    kultaisen
    diadem
    diadeemin
    set with garnets
    granaateilla koristellun
    as well as jadeite, malachite and turquoise from a Late Predynastic grave at Abydos shows how early they had begun to do so.
  • `And there
    's the
    on
    pearl
    helmi-
    diadem
    diadeemi
    we made, just as a bit of a gift --

earring.n

  • On each occasion I took at least half an hour to get ready, chose my clothes carefully, brushed my teeth, put
    my
    <empty>
    earrings
    korvakoruni
    in, wore bright-red lipstick.
  • Just then the teacher emerged from the school,
    her
    hänen
    large
    suuret
    earrings
    korvakorunsa
    glinting like thin bangles.
  • This had annoyed Jonquil and set
    her
    hänen
    steel
    teräs-
    earring
    korvakorunsa
    swinging with temper.
  • This was why she was wearing her Ralph Lauren silk crepe trousers and matching jacket with a white Armani shell underneath, and
    her
    <empty>
    favourite
    lempi-
    silver
    hopea-
    earrings
    korvakorujaan
    .
  • She wore jeans and a large jumper, cowboy boots, one
    stainless steel
    ruostumattomasta teräksestä tehty
    earring
    korvakoru
    .
  • He was wearing
    diamond
    timantti-
    stud
    koristeiset
    earrings
    korvakorut
    and high-rococo filigree-and-rivet cowboy boots.
  • You can also buy matching necklaces and
    earrings
    korvakoruja
    at bargain prices.
  • On her last visit I'd been unable to take my eyes off
    her
    hänen
    gold
    kultaisista
    earrings
    korvakoruistaan
    and her bangles.
  • I put on some
    gold
    kultaiset
    dangly
    roikkuvat
    earrings
    korvakorut
    I'd found in the bottom of my bag and came out feeling a new woman.
  • The princes wore green rugby shirts and jeans while Diana wore black ski pants, a lambswool sweater over a T-shirt, black shoes and
    gold
    kultaiset
    hoop
    rengas-
    earrings
    korvakorut
    .
  • She was sporting a pair of
    gold
    kultaisia
    hoop
    rengas-
    earrings
    korvakoruja
    , and her face was skilfully made up.
  • She rummaged in the open jewellery box on the bed, and took out a pair of
    large
    suuria
    drop
    pisara-
    earrings
    korvakoruja
    which she had bought in Liberty's the week before.
  • And she went out of her way to praise artist David Hankinson as she unveiled his painting of her in fairy-tale pink gown complete with tiara,
    pearl
    helmi-
    drop
    pisara-
    earrings
    korvakorujen
    and gold watch.
  • `She said she wanted to be buried in her pink carnival queen dress and wearing her
    gold
    kultaiset
    butterfly
    perhos-
    stud
    koristeiset
    earrings
    korvakorunsa
    .
  • Rose was wearing a tulip-red trouser suit,
    diamond
    timantti-
    earrings
    korvakorut
    and a large aquamarine ring.
  • Her
    Hänen
    earrings
    korvakorunsa
    are long, falling almost to her shoulders, strands of tiny men and women climbing the chrome pieces of an antique watch.

fez.n

  • In the cathedral she observed the new archbishop moving among the strange costumes, the rosary with purple tassles and red beads the size of pigeons' eggs, and the
    purple
    purppuranvärinen
    velvet
    sametti-
    fez
    fetsi
    .
  • They were handed to him by a tiny nut-brown man in a
    red
    punaisessa
    fez
    fetsissä
    , who also sold little packets of sugared almonds and pistachios.
  • Marie again performed her mime for despair, signifying presumably the lapse of time and a battle lost, and Bobbie Fieldfare entered in striped robes and a
    red
    punaisessa
    fez
    fetsissä
    , bearing a snake in a basket.
  • I saw
    Bobbie's
    Bobbien
    red
    punaisen
    fez
    fetsin
    among the crowd.
  • They don't always dress up of course but I soon got in the habit by trying on a
    Tommy Cooper-styled
    Tommy Cooper -tyylistä
    fez
    fetsiä
    .

glasses.n

  • Before I had been there a month my eyes began to suffer and I had to start wearing
    glasses
    laseja
    for close work.
  • USA Sport, a company aptly located in Oakley, Hampshire, markets a range of
    sports
    urheilu-
    glasses
    laseja
    for any prescription condition.
  • Dr Mackintosh was a red-faced Scot with mousy greying hair parted in the middle and
    tiny gold-rimmed
    pienet kultareunaiset
    glasses
    lasit
    on the tip of his rather short nose
    hänen melkoisen lyhyen nenänsä kärjessä
    .
  • Tom shook his head, adjusting the
    glasses
    laseja
    on his nose
    nenällään
    .
  • He placed a pair of
    steel-rimmed
    teräskehyksisiä
    glasses
    laseja
    on Devlin's nose
    Devlinin nenälle
    and adjusted them.
  • His
    Hänen
    glasses
    lasinsa
    with their steel frames
    teräskehyksineen
    made his eyes look chilly, merciless.
  • His
    Hänen
    glasses
    lasinsa
    were dim and smeared.
  • He surveyed her doubtfully through
    his
    <empty>
    pebble
    paksujen
    glasses
    lasiensa
    .
  • He sent me there the other day to pick up
    his
    hänen
    reading
    luku-
    glasses
    lasejaan
    .
  • Let's have a look again, I've got
    my
    <empty>
    glasses
    lasini
    on now.
  • Lucy had
    her
    hänen
    serious
    vakavat
    office-work
    toimistotyö-
    glasses
    lasinsa
    on and a sheaf of papers.
  • She had
    dark
    tummat
    glasses
    lasit
    on.
  • Swayne looked over
    his
    <empty>
    glasses
    lasiensa
    .
  • He took off the
    phoney
    epäaidot
    glasses
    lasinsa
    and tweed hat and threw them to one side.
  • A small, dapper, decisive man who wore a trilby and
    glasses
    laseja
    , the canon lived in the next village and had a passion for small neat things like himself.
  • I wore
    my
    <empty>
    dark
    tummia
    glasses
    lasejani
    even for these few moments, as my blue eyes were always straining in the brilliant light.
  • There was little light in the room but he wore
    wrap-around
    kaarevia
    dark
    tummia
    glasses
    laseja
    .
  • He also wore
    metal frame square
    metallikehyksisiä neliskulmaisia
    glasses
    laseja
    because someone had told him he looked tough in them.
  • Dark
    Tummat
    glasses
    lasit
    and make-up couldn't hide the lines, and she sat with her face hidden in her hands in the back of the car.
  • Daisy Pettigrew changed her reading for
    her
    <empty>
    long distance
    kauko-
    glasses
    laseihin
    , so that she could see the vicarage garden more clearly.
  • Her bright hair was hidden under a sunhat, and she was disguised with
    dark
    tummien
    glasses
    lasien
    , but no one had shown the slightest interest in her.

goggles.n

  • She wore a naval greatcoat with brass buttons and some sort of
    goggles
    lasit
    on her head
    päässään
    .
  • My
    <empty>
    goggles
    Lasini
    ice up at regular intervals and I wipe them with my glove, afraid that I will miss the trail a groundless fear as the dogs follow the pack scent.
  • I pushed up
    my
    <empty>
    goggles
    lasejani
    to get a better look at her.
  • Manescu adjusted
    his
    <empty>
    snow
    lumi-
    goggles
    lasejaan
    as white flakes the size of cats' tails began to drift down.
  • Werewolf had opted for
    clear
    kirkkaat
    plastic
    muovi-
    goggles
    lasit
    but he had already dispensed with them, tying them to his belt.
  • The thin beam waved by Victor Kurlos was spotted at 3am by a team in an RAF Sea King helicopter hunting for him with
    night sight
    pimeänäkö-
    goggles
    lasien
    .
  • In the moonlight Ion Manescu, sitting in the lead vehicle, peered through
    his
    <empty>
    snow
    lumi-
    goggles
    lasiensa
    at the rolling wilderness.
  • It includes an ultra-sonic head tracking device that sits on top of the monitor and
    lightweight three-dimensional
    kevyet 3D-
    goggles
    lasit
    .
  • I refer to seeing paving stones being sawn and the person doing the job neither wearing
    goggles
    laseja
    or a mask while being enveloped in a cloud of dust.
  • Grinning, she pulled a pair of
    infrared
    infrapuna-
    night
    yö-
    goggles
    laseja
    from it.
  • Then I went shopping down at Lillywhites and bought a pair of swimming shorts, a Speedo swimcap and a pair of
    swimmer's
    uima-
    goggles
    laseja
    .
  • There should have been gloves and
    protective
    suoja-
    goggles
    lasit
    and face masks to field the resin and varnish dust.
  • Their riders were helmeted and sinister behind
    dark
    aurinko-
    goggles
    lasien
    and black leather.
  • The result was so spectacular that those of us in the front line who were showered with debris turned up at future games wearing
    motorbike
    moottoripyörä-
    goggles
    laseja
    to protect our eyes and in honour of our hero.
  • This is why man sees only blurred images under water unless he wears
    air-filled
    ilmatäytteisiä
    goggles
    laseja
    .
  • A HEADSET video screen, worn like
    ski
    hiihto-
    goggles
    laseja
    , is being developed by Japanese company Sony.
  • He pulled on the
    goggles
    lasit
    but still there was nothing to see except for the red embers of a dying fire emanating from some unknown source.
  • A snorkel and
    diving
    sukellus-
    goggles
    laseja
    have often been recommended for the deepest powder snow.

gorget.n

  • There were fur-edged dolmans, silk-lined pelisses, and
    gorgets
    kaulapanssareita
    of pure gold
    puhtaasta kullasta
    .
  • It has an
    iridescent blue
    sateenkaarenväreissä kimaltelema sininen
    gorget
    kaulapanssari
    with a red `bull's-eye ``spot in the middle
    jossa on punainen maalitaulun keskus keskellä
    .
  • A female appeared, brown; her bib (
    gorget
    miehustansa
    ) was buff.
  • `Do off his helmet, quickly, ``said Hotspur, tearing off his gauntlets and himself stooping to fumble at the
    mail
    panssaria
    gorget
    kaula-
    , `he's breathing blood!
  • Her head-dress was old-fashioned, two veils of pleated lawn falling down either side of her heart-shaped face and fastened under the chin by a
    bejewelled
    jalokivin koristellulla
    gorget
    miehustalla
    .

greaves.n

  • As Lexandro donned a cuirass and strapped
    greaves
    säärisuojukset
    to his shanks, he wondered whether their soon-to-be opponents were genuinely members of some feral tribe transported here for purposes such as this?
  • Some wore breastplates,
    greaves
    säärisuojukset
    and other pieces of armour, all carried swords and daggers, with shields slung round their necks.
  • A spearman tried to bring him down with a lance thrust under the cuirass whilst another took a swing with a sword at the joints in the
    greaves
    säärisuojusten
    on his legs
    hänen jaloissaan olevien
    .

hairband.n

  • As far as Diana was concerned it was another set of `
    velvet
    sametti-
    hairbands
    hiusnauhoja
    ``.
  • Here, a group of young Muslim girls in new mirror-work costumes were sitting cross-legged under the watchful eye of their father; each one wore a
    tinsel
    kiiltävää
    hairband
    hiusnauhaa
    plaited into her pigtails.
  • Thick, dark and naturally wavy as it was, all she had to do was twist it through an
    elasticated
    kuminauha-
    hairband
    hiusnauhan
    and pin the resulting pony-tail into whatever shape pleased her at the moment.
  • Only a
    black
    musta
    quilted
    tikattu
    hairband
    hiusnauha
    pushing back her blonde hair hinted at an aristocratic connection.

hairgrip.n

  • Taking a cloth to wrap bread because of the shortage of paper, and queuing for things bought so casually before the war, like
    hairgrips
    hiussoljet
    and torch batteries.
  • Only we British valiantly battle with elastic bands and
    hairgrips
    hiussolkien
    to control the frizzies.
  • opening
    hairgrips
    hiussoljet
    with their teeth.

hairnet.n

  • C: What net's that, Geoffrey,
    your
    <empty>
    hairnet
    hiusverkkosi
    ?
  • And a
    very broad-knitted
    hyvin väljästi kudottu
    hairnet
    hiusverkko
    , about half inch square net.
  • Lettie, a smart and tweedy battleaxe suddenly glimpsed in flannelette nightie and a
    hairnet
    hiusverkossa
    , is a figure of fun who would be utterly loathsome if she really existed.
  • A member of the Cork Noxious Industry Action Group (CNIAG) described the working conditions as follows: `Blue overalls, no
    hairnets
    hiusverkkoja
    , they didn't shower before they left work.
  • Daniel Thwaites could find himself in HSE trouble for allowing unsafe practices in his competition -- the gentleman should have been told to wear a
    hairnet
    hiusverkkoa
    .

hairpiece.n

  • This was ginger brown in colour and so badly fitting that only a blind man would not realise that it
    was a
    oli
    hairpiece
    hiuslisäke
    .
  • Includes free wedding cake, free flowers for reception, free champagne for up to 20 guests, free bouquet and
    hairpiece
    hiuslisäkkeen
    for the bride
    morsiamelle
    and button hole for the groom.
  • She must have put the idea into his head herself: pinned it onto the back of his mind, like one of
    her
    <empty>
    flaming
    liekehtivistä
    hairpieces
    hiuslisäkkeistään
    .
  • The redhead wore a sea-green lace see-through catsuit, her companion wore three
    blonde
    vaaleaa
    hairpieces
    hiuslisäkettä
    above a red and white, diagonally striped minidress that barely covered her bottom.
  • So once Posi had drifted the ship down near the surface, I prepared myself for my descent -- the cylinder in a carry-net slung over one shoulder, a hand raised to hold on to
    my
    <empty>
    hairpiece
    hiuslisäkkeestäni
    .
  • Now I I've been selling
    hairpieces
    hiuslisäkkeitä
    for twenty three years so I'm probably better in a better position than anybody here to explain the emotions of men who're losing their hair.

hairpin.n

  • Much jewellery, especially gemstones and
    hairpins
    hiusneuloja
    , was itself used as a vehicle for portraiture.
  • Jazz skewered up his hair with a few of
    Mrs Nicholson's
    rouva Nicholsonin
    hairpins
    hiusneulan
    and the three of them shuffled and clacked respectively for home, grateful for the now emptier streets.
  • She dealt with a stray wisp of grey hair and pushed
    her
    <empty>
    hairpins
    hiusneulansa
    firmly into place.
  • She had a bun of hair at her nape from which stuck out
    carved
    veistettyjä
    hairpins
    hiusneuloja
    , thinner than split matchsticks.
  • In the other were a pair of brooches ornamented with silver wire,
    silver
    hopeisia
    hairpins
    hiusneuloja
    , a plaited silver wire chain, a glass linen smoother and other relics.
  • In full view and mirrorless, they give one deft twist, insert a couple of flamboyantly
    jewelled
    jalokivin koristeltua
    hairpins
    hiusneulaa
    , pull out a few face-framing tendrils and recline.
  • Its too untidy, ``Nicandra said screwing in the
    hairpin
    hiusneulan
    .

hairslide.n

  • Kāli had fixed two
    new
    uutta
    hairslides
    hiussolkea
    on either side of Hārkini's head and was holding her face at arm's length to see the effect.
  • A left shoe, sock, shirt, comb, diary, clean handkerchief, badge, ring, a white sock, bracelet, necklace, or
    hairslide
    hiussolki
    .
  • After coffee (
    pink
    vaaleanpunainen
    hairslide
    hiussolki
    Maureen made it, green hairslide Linda cleared it away), Christina was prevailed upon to deliver a brief account of the progress of her work to date.
  • After coffee (pink hairslide Maureen made it,
    green
    vihreä
    hairslide
    hiussolki
    Linda cleared it away), Christina was prevailed upon to deliver a brief account of the progress of her work to date.
  • Sandra stood by, quietly amused: she wore a sugar pink track suit with matching
    plastic
    muovi-
    hairslides
    hiussolkien
    in the shape of elephants.
  • Nightingale came into her room with a
    beautiful
    kauniin
    hairslide
    hiussoljen
    , cascades of white silk flowers falling from it.

hat-pin.n

  • Mrs Hollidaye adjusted
    her
    <empty>
    hat-pin
    hattuneulaansa
    , gathered up the flowers and took Dot's hand firmly in hers.
  • Then a stone parapet and bright white globes on poles like
    giant
    jättimäiset
    pearl
    helmi-
    hat-pins
    hattuneulat
    .
  • He leaned over her, removed
    her
    hänen
    cheap
    halvan
    hatpin
    hattuneulansa
    and her old straw hat.
  • Her black velvet hat was slightly askew, held in that position by
    her
    hänen
    hatpin
    hattuneulansa
    .
  • She stood up to get her little-black hat, perched it on the side of her sleek fair head and skewered a
    pearl-tipped
    helmipäisen
    hatpin
    hattuneulan
    through the felt.

hat.n

  • She pouted at the shake of
    his
    hänen
    fur
    turkis-
    hat
    hattunsa
    .
  • He adjusted
    his
    <empty>
    paper
    paperi-
    hat
    hattuaan
    and turned back to his stove.
  • In navy rope-soled canvas espadrilles, a
    white
    valkoisessa
    cricket
    kriketti-
    hat
    hatussa
    and a yellow swimsuit under the shirt, she'd felt equipped to face whatever the day might bring.
  • Sandison bought a
    very fine pale grey
    erittäin hienon vaaleanvihreän
    hat
    hatun
    with a wide, flat brim
    jossa on leveä, tasainen lieri
    and a white hatband.
  • An early picture shows her in a
    wide-brimmed black
    leveälierisessä mustassa
    hat
    hatussa
    and white dress owned by Sarah.
  • A
    hard
    kova
    hat
    hattu
    can protect you from having a metal spike go through your skull and into your brain.
  • She was there every single night, a formidable figure in her long, black skirt, cardigan and
    black
    mustassa
    straw
    olki-
    hat
    hatussa
    .
  • She was wearing a slack blue dress and a
    straw
    olki-
    hat
    hattu
    pushed to the back of her head.
  • The lady in the
    straw
    olki-
    hat
    hatussa
    nodded.
  • Lily had a
    sun
    aurinko-
    hat
    hattu
    of woven white straw
    kudotusta valkoisesta oljesta
    .
  • I've had
    my
    <empty>
    hat
    hattuni
    on for fully five minutes.
  • Quickly, she put on
    her
    <empty>
    coat and
    hat
    hattunsa
    , looking round fearfully as if she expected at any moment to feel Sikes' heavy hand on her shoulder.
  • I take off
    my
    <empty>
    woolly
    villa-
    hat
    hattuni
    and try it on.
  • It was cold that night and Aunt Louise wore
    her
    <empty>
    fur coat and
    fur
    turkis-
    hat
    hattunsa
    .
  • A ROBBER wearing a
    Santa
    joulupukin
    hat
    hattua
    held up a bank with a sawn-off shotgun before escaping on a bicycle yesterday.
  • Now he was wearing a coat and
    hat
    hattu
    and carrying a maleta bag and a sawed-off shotgun.
  • Father Peter, losing
    his
    <empty>
    top
    silinteri-
    hat
    hattunsa
    to a whisking hand, leapt up from his knees and raised both arms to the heavens.
  • Duroc picked up
    his
    <empty>
    broad-brimmed black
    leveälierisen mustan
    hat
    hattunsa
    , and set it upon his head.
  • His
    Hänen
    cheesecutter
    lippa-
    hat
    hattunsa
    hid the balding patch on his head.
  • She wore a white ribbed sweater under the soft leather jacket and a
    tweed
    tweed-
    hat
    hattunsa
    on her head
    päässään
    , and carried a small overnight suitcase.
  • He had an empty egg-basket on his arm, and
    his
    hänen
    hat
    hattunsa
    was old and worn.
  • In
    their
    <empty>
    black
    mustissa
    top
    silinteri-
    hats
    hatuissaan
    and tailcoats they looked more like vultures than ever.
  • The boardroom was full of women in
    hats
    hatuissa
    and men in dark suits who looked like a convention of dentists.
  • Morrissey himself, attired in a rippled white shirt and
    trilby
    huopa-
    hat
    hattuun
    , acted out the totally ridiculous spectacle which, somehow, absurdly fitted into the field of pop music.
  • The man from the newspaper wore a
    black
    musta
    trilby
    huopa-
    hat
    hattu
    and a long black overcoat.
  • In summer, we had to wear a
    panama
    panama-
    hat
    hattuja
    with the school band round it
    joiden ympärillä oli koulun nauha
    .

hauberk.n

  • Barbarossa's common soldiers were almost certainly still wearing
    Norman-style
    normannien tyylisiä
    hauberks
    rengaspaitoja
    as late as the Third Crusade.
  • The spearmen are well equipped with
    hauberks
    paitojen
    of fine scale armour
    hienoista suomulevyistä tehtyjen
    , tall helms, shields and seven-foot Elf war-spears.
  • Because they had both anticipated, not a fight, but a long, hard ride neither of them was wearing a
    hauberk
    rengaspaitaa
    and as William levelled his lance Richard suddenly saw the danger he was in.
  • The latter looked angry at being dragged from their life of leisure but both were well-armed, having donned helmet and
    hauberk
    rengaspaidat
    , with swords and daggers pushed into their belts.
  • Off to one side, several men, still wearing
    their
    <empty>
    mail
    panssari-
    hauberks
    paitansa
    , were warming themselves before the fire.
  • He was standing less than one pace away, so close that her swift movement caused her gown to brush across
    his
    hänen
    hauberk
    rengaspaitansa
    , catching on a metal link.

headband.n

  • He used to play baseball and he wears a white baseball cap that one day may become as famous as
    Pat Cash's
    Pat Cashin
    chequered
    ruudulliset
    headbands
    otsanauhat
    .
  • They were posing for just such a photocall at Klosters in February 1986, when the photographers suddenly noticed another figure standing in the background, dressed in a
    Davy Crockett-style
    Davy Crockett -tyyliseen
    fur
    turkis-
    headband
    otsanauhaan
    .
  • As he spoke, a jeep sped past carrying boxes of ammunition and explosives, and ten Iraqi mujaheddin with Islamic slogans on
    their
    <empty>
    headbands
    otsanauhoissaan
    .
  • Adam's cut-off jeans with the fringed hems, she meant, and
    his
    hänen
    yellow and red
    punainen ja keltainen
    headband
    otsanauhansa
    that he insisted on calling a fillet as if it were a bit of fish.
  • He was a Puerto Rican, no older than twenty, with long, greasy black hair and a
    red
    punainen
    headband
    otsanauha
    .
  • There were three men -- Han, dressed in dark silks with
    blood-red
    verenpunaiset
    headbands
    otsanauhat
    about their foreheads.
  • She went to the full-length mirror beside her dressing-table, pulling off the
    headband
    otsanauhan
    she had worn in the bath and releasing the glossy brown hair that tumbled almost to her shoulders.

headdress.n

  • She had not taken off the
    headdress
    päähinettä
    .
  • He tried on the
    feather
    sulka-
    headdress
    päähinettä
    , but took it off again quickly because there were insects in it.
  • She wore a fetching, knee-length black dress and a kind of
    Spanish
    espanjalainen
    headdress
    päähine
    that made her look a little like a sherry advertisement.
  • They stock
    headdresses
    päähineitä
    from Cupid
    Cupidista
    , handmade garters and shoe clips from Butterfly and Lace accessories, veils from Jean Elizabeth and offer a dyeing service on Dana Bridal Footwear.
  • Their resident florist will make sure
    your
    <empty>
    headdresses
    päähineesi
    and bouquet are a perfect match.
  • In the Penzance Bridal Centre, Jeffery Florists specialise in individually designed traditional, modern or continental bouquets and
    headdresses
    päähineisiin
    in fresh or silk flowers
    tuoreilla tai silkkikukilla koristeltuihin
    .
  • Returning to my dressing room, I removed
    my
    <empty>
    headdress
    päähineeni
    and reached for a towel to dry my sweat-soaked hair -- fighting with seven dwarfs under banks of spotlights is hot work.
  • Over
    her
    hänen
    orange-blossom
    appelsiininkukka-
    headdress
    päähineensä
    she had a long flowing veil which flowed down her back; her dress of white satin rustled and crinkled as she walked.
  • The
    ceremonial
    seremoniallista
    silver
    hopea-
    headdress
    päähinettä
    (second right) is usually worn by a bride or newly wed woman.
  • She wore a long full-skirted dress of white organdie and a
    headdress
    päähine
    of artificial lilies of the valley
    laakson keinotekoisista liljoista
    , and carried white roses and carnations.
  • He wore a
    red-and-gold
    punainen ja kultainen
    headdress
    päähine
    , and a white tunic trimmed with the same colours.
  • But one runnel of sweat began to trickle down his forehead from under
    his
    hänen
    headdress
    päähineensä
    .
  • Equally cheerful was the large, garish picture on the wall of a jovial elephant wearing orange pantaloons, an
    elaborately jewelled
    taidokkaasti jalokivin koristeltu
    headdress
    päähine
    and several necklaces: his four arms were festooned with bangles and bracelets.

headpiece.n

  • The crown consists of two circlet crowns welded together and into which has been set a
    cloth-covered
    kankaalla peitetty
    headpiece
    pääkoriste
    .
  • The
    headpiece
    pääkoriste
    of the Egyptian Pharaohs
    Egyptin faaraoiden
    , the Diadem, was adorned with the Cobra or Uraeus on the left side and the Vulture on the right.
  • Square Face: Wear a
    headpiece
    pääkoristetta
    that sits on the back of your head and opt for an understated veil style, although your face shape will carry a long veil beautifully.
  • She found her mother's wedding shoes, and her
    headpiece
    pääkoristeen
    and veil as well.
  • So does Riva, in high-necked dress, long silky sleeves and some sort of
    fetching little
    ihastuttavassa pienessä
    headpiece
    pääkoristeessa
    , glimpsed at a far-off table.

helm.n

  • On his head
    was the
    oli
    horned-moon
    kuunsirppi-
    helm
    kypärä
    of Saphery and he swiftly took up position between the queen and the Keeper of Secrets.
  • They wore brigandines and soft boots and
    dulled metal
    himmenneitä metalli-
    helms
    kypäriä
    strapped over a coif of thick wool.
  • To the brow of
    its
    sen
    great horned
    suureen sarvekkaaseen
    helm
    kypärään
    was welded the Circlet of Iron.
  • The spearmen are well equipped with hauberks of fine scale armour,
    tall
    korkeilla
    helms
    kypärillä
    , shields and seven-foot Elf war-spears.
  • The Woman knelt by her, face shadowed under the
    heavy
    painavan
    helm
    kypärään
    .
  • The door of the tavern banged open and a crowd of men entered with rain sheening
    their
    heidän
    steel
    teräs-
    helms
    kypäränsä
    and the mail shirts under their cloaks.
  • It lay over there with the
    gold
    kulta-
    helm
    kypärän
    made in Germany to replace the helm of Canute's that had blown in pearls to the wind, beading the ashes of his forebears' great hall at Orphir.
  • Three warriors of about 1150, wearing
    conical
    kartiomaiset
    helms
    kypärät
    and long mail shirts and carrying kite-shaped shields.
  • He had lost much blood,
    his
    hänen
    helm
    kypäränsä
    was notably dinted, and the head inside it already dazed and misty as the dusk coming down on the hills.

helmet.n

  • In the train he sat opposite me with his rifle across his knees and
    his
    <empty>
    steel
    teräs-
    helmet
    kypärä
    drowning his face.
  • He was a mousy man: long thin strands of hair protruded erratically from under
    his
    hänen
    steel
    teräs-
    helmet
    kypäränsä
    .
  • His black hair curled under the edge of
    his
    hänen
    helmet
    kypäränsä
    and fell to his eyes, and there was a gap between his teeth.
  • The two men looked small and vulnerable in
    their
    <empty>
    leather
    nahka-
    helmets
    kypärissään
    , harnesses and bulky coats.
  • Able to see by lights from
    their
    <empty>
    pit
    helle-
    helmets
    kypäristään
    , the trapped miners cut the pipe at their end of the blockage while their rescuers did the same, pumping through fresh air by fan.
  • Chuck and Joseph were hunched on facing seats in the covered interior,
    their
    heidän
    sun
    helle-
    helmets
    kypäränsä
    touching the underside of the curved wooden roof.
  • In other well-fed, well-clad workers were tapping trees while friendly, attentive Frenchmen in
    sun
    helle-
    helmets
    kypärissä
    looked indulgently over their shoulders.
  • Air-raid wardens in
    tin
    tina-
    helmets
    kypärissä
    watched the skies and silence descended on the empty streets.
  • The mousy man had gone to sleep and a jolt from the train knocked
    his
    hänen
    steel
    teräs-
    helmet
    kypäränsä
    off the rack onto his knees.
  • It took only fifteen minutes before she was removing
    her
    <empty>
    bulbous black
    kupolinmuotoista mustaa
    space
    avaruus-
    helmet
    kypäräänsä
    outside the house on avenue Foch.
  • The
    crested
    vaakunoin koristeltu
    helmet
    kypärä
    of the warrior
    soturin
    gleamed in dawn sun and he turned and rode down on Tallis.
  • The plane bumped to a halt, the engine coughed and died, and two figures in
    leather
    nahkaisissa
    flying
    lento-
    helmets
    kypärissä
    swung out of the open cockpit and came towards them arm in arm.
  • The princess removes
    her
    <empty>
    white
    valkoisen
    crash
    suoja-
    helmet
    kypärän
    to chat to a fellow team member.
  • Protective gloves and a
    safety
    turva-
    helmet
    kypärää
    are worn to minimize injury.
  • We were wearing wetsuits,
    helmets
    kypäriä
    and lamps and carrying ex-army ammunition boxes that were watertight and into which had gone the cameras and flashguns we were going to use to photograph the mine.
  • He put on the
    helmet
    kypärän
    and climbed on the pillion.
  • With his other hand he took the
    helmet
    kypärän
    off.
  • Mitch took off
    his
    <empty>
    helmet
    kypäränsä
    .
  • He was not wearing a
    crash
    suoja-
    helmet
    kypärää
    .
  • The leader wore a
    golden
    kultaista
    helmet
    kypärää
    .
  • The boy tipped back
    his
    <empty>
    yellow
    keltaista
    helmet
    kypäräänsä
    and scratched his head.
  • I played Knights with my brothers and sisters, wearing a suit of plastic armour and a
    helmet
    kypärää
    with a visor
    visiirillistä
    .
  • In the struggle with Richard Bennett
    the officers'
    poliisien
    helmets
    kypärät
    were knocked off and stolen by people in a crowd that gathered to watch.

jewellery.n

  • That's what you get for buying
    your
    <empty>
    jewellery
    korusi
    from a bubble gum machine.
  • With
    ethnic
    etnisten
    disco
    disko-
    jewellery
    korujen
    from Afghanistan and Pakistan
    Afganistanista ja Pakistanista tuotujen
    , Apache once again shows his determination to reflect the best of East and West.
  • `I see you've taken to wearin' that
    jewellery
    korua
    in your ear, ``says Rory.
  • The aim is to provide a taste of the disciplines and dilemmas of designing
    jewellery
    koruja
    in this unique metal
    tästä ainutlaatuisesta metallista
    .
  • `No, ``Christine said with a jangle of
    her
    <empty>
    jewellery
    koruistaan
    .
  • Bernice flapped a hand at him in dismissal, so casually that
    her
    hänen
    jewellery
    korunsa
    hardly rattled.
  • `I've heard of men buying their wives
    jewellery
    koruja
    , cars, houses even -- but a hotel, just because she happens to like it?
  • Suddenly, she was hosting Wogan, dripping
    diamanté
    strassikoristeltuja
    jewellery
    koruja
    , wearing shiny tights, high heels and rustling short taffeta skirts.
  • She glanced down at her magnificent dress and the rich
    emerald
    smaragdi-
    jewellery
    koruja
    glistening on her hands and throat, her mother's favourite gems.
  • And get some
    junk
    krääsä-
    jewellery
    koruja
    and scarves.
  • Complicated interwoven crosses from Ethiopia vie with the
    elaborate dowry
    taidokkaiden myötäjäis-
    jewellery
    korujen
    of the Turkomans of Afghanistan while the simple bold brasswork of West Africa stands coolly against the dense beadwork of Burma.
  • Make sure you try
    jewellery
    koruja
    on.
  • Stolen in Oxford:
    antique
    antiikkisia
    jewellery
    koruja
    worth up to £60,000; a 15th century painting valued at £15,000; and even two bronze busts from an Oxford College valued at £4,000.
  • The second, also this weekend, resulted in thieves getting away with a further five thousand pound's worth of
    silver
    hopea-
    jewellery
    koruja
    .
  • Mrs Hatton and her mother were both in black, smart unseasonable black relieved with a great deal of
    showy
    näyttäviä
    costume
    puku-
    jewellery
    koruja
    .
  • They were drenched in cheap perfume, and draped with gaudy women's clothing and
    costume
    puku-
    jewellery
    korujen
    mixed with talismans and ritual power objects.
  • He smashed a hole in the shop window using a hammer and grabbed about £3,000-worth of
    gold
    kultaisia
    jewellery
    koruja
    before making off on foot.
  • Exquisite 19th-century porcelain, popular Staffordshire earthenware and
    exclusive
    hienoja
    gold
    kultaisia
    jewellery
    koruja
    by Picasso are among the display of treasures in the new gallery on the first floor of the Royal Museum of Scotland.
  • A whole series of quite spectacular pieces of supposedly
    Dark Age
    keskiaikaisia
    jewellery
    koruja
    and belt fittings, including the well-known Lombard Treasure, appeared on the art market at the beginning of this century (fig. 8.4).
  • Apart from antiques and collectables, a special feature will be
    ladies
    naisten
    antique
    antiikki-
    jewellery
    korut
    .
  • `Since the beginning with `Holiday ``, she was wearing tight clothes with a lot of
    jewellery
    koruja
    , very interesting, says Gaultier.
  • If you like to wear
    gold
    kultaisia
    jewellery
    koruja
    , go for lighter, peachy pinks.
  • She wore
    good
    laadukkaita
    jewellery
    koruja
    , and her hair was freshly made up.
  • Today Mabel still wears
    jet
    gagaatti-
    jewellery
    koruja
    earrings, necklaces, bracelets, brooches.
  • Shortly afterwards, some of the
    jewellery
    koruista
    was sold to a shop in Portsmouth.
  • Impeccably groomed and known for her love of designer clothes and
    antique
    antiikki-
    jewellery
    koruihin
    , she has designs on the University, raising its image in all areas.

locket.n

  • She eats a pistachio nut, and fastens
    her
    <empty>
    locket
    medaljonkinsa
    .
  • She rarely wears them: she wears
    her
    <empty>
    little
    pientä
    locket
    medaljonkiaan
    , superstitiously.
  • Shirley Harper touched the
    locket
    medaljonkia
    at her throat
    kaulallaan
    , for luck, a superstition she had had since childhood.
  • I went to the pawnbroker and got back a
    little
    pienen
    gold
    kultaisen
    locket
    medaljongin
    .
  • Jane enquired about what was in it and Jocelyn obligingly opened the
    locket
    medaljongin
    that contained a picture of her with her parents.
  • She sighed, and adjusted her pearl drop earrings and the
    pretty
    kaunista
    gold
    kultaista
    locket
    medaljongia
    at her throat
    kaulallaan
    .
  • A white line of fury around his mouth, he lifted the
    gold
    kultaista
    locket
    medaljongia
    around her neck
    kaulassaan
    and, opening it with his thumbnail, thrust it before her eyes.
  • Resisting making myself bankrupt, he nearly said, by not buying a
    gold
    kultaisen
    locket
    medaljongin
    I coveted for you -- delicate -- beautiful -- too bloody expensive.
  • Something even more expensive that the
    gold
    kultainen
    locket
    medaljonki
    .

mantle.n

  • The marchioness loosened
    her
    <empty>
    mantle
    viittaansa
    of grey cloth
    harmaasta kankaasta tehtyä
    and threw it over a chair.
  • Another portrayed the Infant Jesus smiling, arms outstretched, in the manger at Bethlehem where Christ's mother stood in a dress of gold and a
    mantle
    viitassa
    of deep sky blue
    syvän taivaan sinisessä
    .
  • Then, after eight months of this, she had, one day when her keepers had left her alone, a vision of Christ, in a
    purple
    purppuranvärisessä
    silk
    silkki-
    mantle
    viitassa
    .
  • But as they seized her by the
    mantle
    viitasta
    , she shook it from her shoulders, folded two of her children in her arms and floated away through a window, never more to be seen by her husband and the two children she had left behind.
  • Isabel rose obediently, allowing her maid to drape a
    vaguely familiar red
    hämärästi tutun punaisen
    mantle
    viitan
    over her own shoulders
    hänen harteilleen
    .
  • The
    red
    punainen
    woollen
    villa-
    mantle
    viitta
    with the hood
    hupun kanssa
    will be the most suitable, I think.
  • A
    homespun woollen
    käsinkehrätty villa-
    mantle
    viitta
    was fastened across her shoulders, hiding her torn dress.

mask.n

  • We splashed and laughed and played together for a long time, sharing their delight at looking underwater through a
    diving
    sukellus-
    mask
    naamarin
    for the first time.
  • Theresa's had to get a
    gas
    kaasu-
    mask
    naamari
    for little James
    pienelle Jamesille
    but she can't imagine how she'd ever put it on the poor child.
  • I knew initially I didn't want a man in a silver suit with a
    mask
    naamari
    over his head
    päässään
    -- the sort of thing you see in fairgrounds.
  • The Sheikha covered
    her
    <empty>
    mask
    naamionsa
    with her veils.
  • She offered the boy a
    grizzly bear
    harmaakarhu-
    mask
    naamiota
    with fur fabric ears
    jossa oli pörröiset kangaskorvat
    .
  • I've had him put in a strait-jacket and one of those
    leather
    nahka-
    masks
    naamioista
    with the little bars over the mouth hole
    joissa on pienet kalterit suuaukon edessä
    .
  • We stopped in Thimi, a village obscurely famous for a type of
    papier mache
    paperimassa-
    mask
    naamioista
    .
  • The door burst open and two men came in wearing
    stocking
    sukka-
    masks
    naamioita
    .
  • Soon after the ceremony he went to Glasgow, where he fell ill with what would seem to have been smallpox, and from vanity kept a
    taffeta
    tafti-
    mask
    naamiota
    over his face
    kasvoillaan
    .
  • She had them put an
    oxygen
    happi-
    mask
    maskin
    over Matthew's face
    Matthew'n kasvoille
    immediately.
  • CLAIRE, as pale as the winter daybreak she will never see again, sits on her bed wheezing through the
    oxygen
    happi-
    mask
    maskin
    she has worn for the past three months.
  • Then
    her
    hänen
    mask
    naamionsa
    slips off and she jumps back.

medal.n

  • Gold
    Kulta-
    medal
    mitalit
    for daffodils also went to Brian Duncan, J Walker and the Society's Narcissus and Tulip Group.
  • The Council of the society rewarded him with the
    much coveted Copley
    halutulla Copley-
    medal
    mitalit
    for his work on airs and soda water.
  • Got
    medals
    mitaleita
    for it.
  • At 18, she is one of Britain's best prospects for an
    Olympic
    olympia-
    medal
    mitaliin
    in Barcelona this summer.
  • The British team's bronze will add to Simon Terry's
    third place
    kolmannen paikan
    medal
    mitaliin
    in the archery individual target shooting.
  • Margaret Thatcher will be awarded America's highest civilian honour, the
    Medal
    mitali
    of Freedom
    Vapauden-
    , when she visits the country next month, announced the White House.
  • North thought Reagan might qualify, like Teddy Roosevelt, for the Nobel Peace Prize for ending the Iran-Iraq War, and that Secord was directly in line to get the
    Medal
    mitalin
    of Freedom
    Vapauden-
    .
  • In his own time he had been a maverick, and for being a maverick his grateful sovereign had pinned on his chest the
    gallantry
    urhoollisuus-
    medal
    mitalin
    of the Military Cross.
  • `He's got a row of forty
    medals
    mitalia
    on his chest
  • Here and there sat groups of army officers in baggy trousers and boots, with
    enamel
    emaloituja
    medals
    mitaleita
    on their chests.
  • In 1848 he came second in the
    Chancellor's
    Kanslerin
    medal
    mitali
    competition with a poem `The Death of Baldur ``.
  • THIS year's
    Faraday
    Faraday-
    Medal
    mitali
    , given for notable or conspicuous achievement in the electrical sciences, has been awarded to Professor Alistair MacFarlane, principal and vice-chancellor of Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
  • GATESHEAD Harrier Jonathan Edwards, the NorthEast's leading male challenger for an
    Olympic track and field
    olympialaisten yleisurheilu-
    medal
    mitalin
    this summer, opens his season in the North-Eastern Counties Championships at Middlesbrough this weekend.
  • A couple of books, a little sponsorship money for a national charity and for arthritis research in Bristol, and a
    finisher's
    maaliintulijan
    medal
    mitali
    from the 1991 London Marathon.
  • The desk clerk was a worried, grey-haired man with steel-rimmed glasses and a
    medal
    mitali
    .
  • ROBIN Reid guaranteed himself at least a
    bronze
    pronssi-
    medal
    mitalin
    when he reached the semi-finals in boxing's light-middleweight division.
  • The German had intended to ride his
    Olympic
    olympialaisten
    gold
    kulta-
    medal
    mitali-
    partner, Walzerkoenig, on Saturday night until a few hours earlier when it was discovered that the horse's off-foreleg was inexplicably swollen.
  • A
    gold
    kulta-
    medal
    mitali
    was awarded to James Mortimer for his pair of ebony candlesticks with left and right-hand twists (left).
  • It is very easy to put the apostles on a sort of Olympic rostrum, and think that God will hang a
    gold
    kulta-
    medal
    mitalin
    round Paul's neck
    Paulin kaulaan
    , while we get some kind of lesser award.
  • In the dangerous sport of bobsleighing, those of you with long enough memories will no doubt remember Great Britain snatching a
    gold
    kulta-
    medal
    mitalin
    at the nineteen sixty-four winter Olympics.
  • Figure 43
    Olympic
    olympialaisten
    silver
    hopea-
    medal
    mitali
    designed in the Art Nouveau style for the London 1908 Olympiad by the Australian Bertram Mackennal (1863-1931).
  • After 3 years of winning
    silver
    hopea-
    gilt
    kullattuja
    medals
    mitaleita
    , they're hoping to go for gold this year.
  • `There's nothing special about being a heavyweight or having an
    Olympic
    olympialaisten
    gold
    kulta-
    medal
    mitali
    in the United States.
  • Most men wore the
    blue and white campaign
    sinisiä ja valkoisia sota-
    medal
    mitaleita
    from Chad and Lebanon as well as the ubiquitous red and dark blue of the General Service medal.
  • ``Why are you not wearing the
    medal
    mitaleita
    I sent you as a keepsake?
  • Elected FRS in 1900, he received honorary degrees from Aberdeen, St Andrews, and Edinburgh, and, jointly with Peach, the
    Wollaston
    Wollaston-
    medal
    mitalin
    (1921) from the Geological Society.

medallion.n

  • Roman
    Roomalaisia
    medallions
    medaljonkeja
    were made in small quantities and so the die would be likely to survive, while at Dalisandos no coinage was made in the intervening years.
  • He unbuttoned his shirt and the sun gleamed on the
    astrological
    astrologisessa
    medallion
    medaljongissa
    around his neck
    hänen kaulassaan
    .
  • I'm going to wear the brown velvet trousers and the
    medallion
    medaljongin
    .
  • In addition, the Emperor wears an
    enchanted
    lumottua
    medallion
    medaljonkia
    , the Silver Seal, upon a chain around his neck.
  • Romanov held up the
    gold
    kulta-
    medallion
    medaljonkia
    .
  • ``Where did you get this? she asked one evening, lifting
    Jennifer's
    Jenniferin
    silver
    hopea-
    medallion
    medaljonkia
    to take a closer look.
  • But Simon caused no scene, did nothing but shake his hand warmly and smile prettily, one hand toying nervously with the
    gold
    kulta-
    medallion
    medaljongin
    which swung ostentatiously around his neck.
  • As his manicured fingers played with the
    gold
    kulta-
    medallion
    medaljongilla
    around his neck
    hänen kaulassaan
    , he looked very, very effeminate.
  • She wore a black sacklike dress, a
    large
    suuri
    silver
    hopea-
    medallion
    medaljonki
    on a chain
    ketjussa
    , black nylon stockings and flat-heeled shoes.
  • An
    oval
    soikea
    silver
    hopea-
    medallion
    medaljonki
    and chain slid into her hand, and she studied it, frowning.
  • Her hand lifted and touched the
    medallion
    medaljonkia
    at her breast
    hänen rinnallaan
    , as if warding off an evil spirit.
  • Commemorative
    muisto-
    bronze
    Pronssiset
    medallions
    medaljongit
    were presented to the InterSpray crew -- 13 who completed the whole round trip and four `one-leggers ``.

mitre.n

  • On the way to the tomb there are some mementoes of the great man, a crucifix staff and a
    mitre
    mitra
    .
  • The Palace owns the matching
    mitre
    mitran
    and the two garments are reunited for the first time since the 1930s.
  • If they had held it, as they should, over the Patriarch's head, it might have kept the dew from settling on
    his
    hänen
    mitre
    mitralleen
    .
  • Stretched out on a stone slab, under a crusted canopy, lay -- to judge by the
    mitre
    hiipan perusteella
    and colourful vestments and the pairs of angels at feet and head -- a bishop.
  • Proudly wearing the
    bishop's
    piispan-
    mitre
    hiippaa
    and gorgeous robes his mother had made for him, he conducted Sunday evening services in the family sitting-room, rearranged as a church for the occasion.
  • He's elected by the community but this a special blessing before he really takes over and wears
    his
    <empty>
    mitre
    hiippaa
    and crozier.

necklace.n

  • When she and her husband have the chance to attend a ball, a rather grand function, she borrows an
    exquisite
    hienostunutta
    necklace
    kaulakorua
    from an acquaintance.
  • She drew the
    antler
    hirvensarvi-
    necklace
    kaulakorun
    from her neck, unslung three fragments of tine.
  • If their complexion was their most celebrated feature, then perhaps a
    long
    pitkä
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    of perfect pearls
    täydellisistä helmistä tehty
    .
  • There were vases of schist and porphyry and alabaster, hand mirrors of polished brass, paste jars shaped like flowers and hairpins shaped like hands,
    necklaces
    kaulakoruja
    of turquoise, garnet and lapis lazuli
    turkoosista, granaatista ja lapis lazulista
    .
  • Things abruptly changed with the solemn arrival of about a dozen ceremonially dressed adults, led by a tall, bony Tominah jangling with
    necklaces
    kaulakorun
    of crocodile teeth
    krokotiilin hampaista tehdyn
    .
  • Someone else pulled
    her
    hänen
    necklace
    kaulakoruaan
    , and imitation pearls spread underfoot.
  • Melissa set down her empty cup and began fiddling with
    her
    <empty>
    necklace
    kaulakorullaan
    .
  • A
    beautiful
    kaunis
    diamond
    timantti-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    which recently fetched £11,000 at Bonhams would be twice the price in an ordinary jewellers.
  • Some of these also fetched a large sum, the
    emerald
    smaragdi-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    making £396,000 and the tiara £275,000.
  • The
    leather
    nahka-
    necklace
    kaulakoru-
    trend shows no signs of ending.
  • She stood, slipping the
    necklace
    kaulakorun
    over her head
    päänsä yli
    .
  • A
    jewelled
    jalokivin koristeltu
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    round his throat
    hänen kaulansa ympärillä
    glittered in the sun as did the pearl earrings which hung from fleshy lobes on chains of pure silver.
  • Even in the thin winter light
    her
    hänen
    amethyst
    ametisti-
    necklace
    kaulakorunsa
    in its fine golden setting
    hienossa kultaisessa kehyksessään
    sparkled prettily.
  • I can see
    her
    hänen
    little
    pienen
    gold
    kultaisen
    necklace
    kaulakorunsa
    twinkling like a star round her neck.
  • A
    GOLD
    KULTAINEN
    rope
    köysi-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    , valued at £50, was stolen from a house in Wooteys Way, Alton on Saturday night.
  • While all around him, men wore their hair at shoulder length and sported
    gold
    kultaisia
    chain
    ketju-
    necklaces
    kaulakorujaan
    , frilled pink shirts, flared-leg hipster trousers, and coloured boots with platform soles, Adam had remained carefully traditional.
  • It was a black cleavage-revealing affair topped by a
    sparkling
    säihkyvä
    gold
    kultainen
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    , and with her hair swept up into a sophisticated style the older woman made Lucy feel like a country cousin.
  • `I could sell
    my
    <empty>
    pearl
    helmi-
    necklace
    kaulakoruni
    .
  • All were made of plaster-of-paris and dressed in bits of silk and
    pearl
    helmi-
    necklaces
    kaulakoruihin
    .
  • Inside the small wooden case is a
    gold-chain
    kultaketju-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    of large teeth
    suurista hampaista tehty
    .
  • Ten pounds for it, it
    's a
    on
    nice
    kaunis
    crystal
    kristalli-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    .
  • `Lots of semi-precious stones, coral, turquoise, garnet -- here
    's a
    on
    garnet
    granaatti-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    .
  • No work is done in the fields today and Kalchu is sitting in the sun, making a
    necklace
    kaulakorua
    of marigolds
    samettikukista
    by sinking a needle into the yellow hearts and sliding them together along coarse black thread.
  • All the bridesmaids carried posies of spring flowers, and wore
    antique
    antiikkisia
    pearl and gold
    helmi- ja kulta-
    necklaces
    kaulakoruja
    and bracelets.
  • As I found out later, a
    metal
    metalli-
    necklace
    kaulakoru
    he was wearing had taken the full brunt of the lightning flash.
  • With a 75 pence pricetag these
    brightly coloured
    kirkkaanväriset
    necklaces
    kaulakorut
    are the sort of gift one might give a child.
  • His rings and
    necklaces
    kaulakoruissaan
    of twisted gold and silver wire
    kierretyistä kulta- ja hopealangoista tehdyissä
    have a distinctly modern look.
  • The dark pink of the
    coral
    koralli-
    necklace
    kaulakorun
    had trapped a tendril before curving downwards to the small swell of her breasts.

nightcap.n

  • On his head he wore a
    white
    valkoista
    nightcap
    yömyssyä
    … `
  • One had a kind of
    bunched white
    rypytetty valkoinen
    nightcap
    yömyssy
    ,
    in white dimity edged with lace
    kestävästä puuvillasta tehty, pitsillä reunustettu
    .
  • Propped up in bed to ease her breathing,
    her
    <empty>
    nightcap
    yömyssy
    pulled down over her ears, Aunt Sarah seemed to have shrunk inside the shawls which had been heaped upon her against the chill of the room.
  • She needed several things she had not been able to bring away from the Holborn house; chemises, petticoats, nightgowns, drawers, a
    frilled
    röyhelöisen
    nightcap
    yömyssyn
    that had taken her fancy, stockings, handkerchiefs.
  • A long-nosed Punchinello puppet popped his head up on the stand, clad in a red costume and
    nightcap
    yömyssyyn
    with a bell on the end.

panama.n

  • She exposed only a slight profile under
    her
    <empty>
    school
    koulu-
    panama
    panamahattunsa
    .
  • Looking at the upturned brim of
    Flora's
    Floran
    panama
    panamahatun
    she decided not to ask.
  • Her contact turned out to be a small, fussily-dressed man in a
    large
    suuressa
    panama
    panamahatussa
    .
  • He raised
    his
    <empty>
    panama
    panamahattuaan
    , all correctness and courtesy.
  • He had a jaunty air,
    his
    hänen
    panama
    panamahattunsa
    at its usual rakish angle and his cane swinging.
  • I wore a
    wonderful
    ihanaa
    panama
    panamahattua
    outside, but I didn't wear anything in hospital.

pendant.n

  • From the top of the quiver and bowcase hang two elaborately decorated panels beaded in the style of the Crow, with
    pendants
    riipusten
    of fur and red cloth
    turkista ja punaisesta kankaasta tehtyjen
    .
  • Inside the pale blue silk package was a white seashell in which nestled a
    huge
    valtava
    ,
    square-cut
    neliönmallinen
    aquamarine
    akvamariini-
    pendant
    riipus
    on an almost-invisible gold chain.
  • The jewellery, consisting of a small aquamarine and
    pearl
    helmi-
    pendant
    riipuksesta
    on a gold chain, and a gold bracelet with a turquoise clasp, was obviously real.
  • Yes, there was something in there and I bet myself it
    would be
    olisi
    Jo's
    Jon
    emerald
    smaragdi-
    pendant
    riipus
    .
  • A
    16th Century
    1500-luvun
    gold
    kulta-
    pendant
    riipus
    found by a Merseyside metal detecting enthusiast is not Treasure Trove, an inquest jury has decided.
  • She fondled the
    jet
    gagaatti-
    pendant
    riipusta
    .
  • Large
    Suuri
    shell
    näkinkenkä-
    pendant
    riipus
    , £7.99, Pink Soda.
  • A
    beautiful
    kaunis
    silver
    hopea-
    pendant
    riipus
    .
  • She touched the
    pendant
    riipusta
    with curious fingers, hoping she could keep the conversation impersonal.
  • The
    pendant
    riipus
    round my neck
    kaulallani
    only complicated things.
  • Inspired by the work of Burne-Jones, he created magnificent lockets,
    pendants
    riipuksia
    and brooches, enamelled in bright colours and set with gems.
  • The chain had two
    boxing glove
    nyrkkeilyhansikas-
    pendants
    riipusta
    and was valued at £65.
  • Barbara was shaking her head now, the
    jade
    jade-
    pendant
    riipus
    dancing around her neck.
  • Personal ornaments, including ear-plugs, necklaces and
    pendants
    riipuksia
    of jadeite
    jadeiitti-
    , were also represented among the offerings at La Venta.
  • A
    silver
    hopea-
    pendant
    riipus
    by Henry Wilson is shown on the previous page.

regalia.n

  • Tammuz managed to catch Roirbak just as he was making the finishing touches to
    his
    <empty>
    evening
    ilta-
    regalia
    vaatteisiinsa
    : black, matt silk suit with thread-wide yellow pinstripe, understated gold adornments, I-Ching earrings.
  • The faces grinning from the tatty
    punk
    punk-
    regalia
    vaatteista
    looked so depraved and hollow-eyed that I could not bear to think of my American blues friends calling them `sir ``.
  • `I expect she would laugh her socks off if she found you here in
    royal
    kuninkaallisissa
    regalia
    vaatteissa
    !
  • He did so wearing his coral
    regalia
    vaatteitaan
    .
  • The wealth of diamonds incorporated in
    her
    hänen
    regalia
    vaatteisiinsa
    reflected the fact that Catherine presided over a realm that for a short period was the world's leading producer.
  • The New Musical Express, stumbling after the new wave, advertised bells and full
    hippy
    hippi-
    regalia
    vaatteita
    , from the people who had brought Beatle jackets to the young.
  • He realised how much he longed to wear that splendid
    sober
    hillittyä
    regalia
    asua
    and take up a whip to drive a team of four horses.
  • She dressed them up in full
    nineteenth century bourgeois feminine
    1800-luvun porvarillisiin naisten
    regalia
    vaatteisiin
    and had them flower arranging or idling by the mantelpiece as in `Angela ``.

ribbon.n

  • By combining a variety of
    ribbons
    nauhoja
    of different colours and widths
    erivärisiä ja -levyisiä
    , you can create spectacular 3-D designs (see far right).
  • Down the
    ribbon
    siltaa
    of moonlight
    kuun-
    , over the brow of the hill, the highwayman came riding, riding, riding, the highwayman came riding.
  • `Doesn't matter but he must be nice, ``Sarah pulled thoughtfully at
    her
    <empty>
    pink
    vaaleanpunaista
    hair
    hius-
    ribbon
    nauhaa
    .
  • The girl handed her charge to Nanny, who immediately straightened the child's dress and re-tied
    her
    hänen
    hair
    hius-
    ribbon
    nauhansa
    .
  • The eyes were bright blue and heavily mascaraed in navy and the woman wore a
    pink
    vaaleanpunainen
    ribbon
    nauha
    in loosely permed hair that was coloured almost to a shade of orange.
  • The vendor wore
    campaign medal
    sotamitali-
    ribbons
    nauhoja
    and a black patch over one eye, and there was a card pinned to the tray which said, `Wounded on the Somme ``.
  • Swiftly, she pulled the hat box from under the bed, and lifted out her straw hat with the
    red
    jossa oli punaisia
    satin
    satiini-
    ribbons
    nauhoja
    .
  • She was fiddling absently with the
    ribbons
    nauhoja
    at her bosom
    povellaan olevia
    .
  • So that was how I came to have a new dress and boots and a
    real
    oikean
    ribbon
    nauhan
    for my hair
    hiuksiini
    instead of the usual string.
  • She had taken off the
    ribbon
    nauhan
    that kept back her hair and it hung about her shoulders, much longer than Seb had realised.
  • A
    red
    punainen
    ribbon
    nauha
    sat uneasily in her short dark hair and Charlie noticed that her little black shoes and white socks were as spotless as ever.
  • A quick bath and a change into one of Elinor's cotton caftans, a
    blue
    sininen
    ribbon
    nauha
    to tie up my hair and a dab of powder on my freckles rendered me presentable enough to be fed.
  • His long black hair was tied into its ponytail with a
    velvet
    sametti-
    ribbon
    nauhalla
    , his skin was parchment pale, and his eyes dark.
  • She had large, soft eyes and her hair was tied back with a
    red
    punaisella
    ribbon
    nauhalla
    .
  • Typically Greek, she had long dark hair swept back and tied with a
    ribbon
    nauhalla
    .

ring.n

  • Topaz stared at the
    ring
    sormusta
    with the huge ruby surrounded by diamonds
    jossa oli valtava rubiini timanttien keskellä
    , her eyes like saucers.
  • Rings
    sormuksia
    with stones
    Kivellisiä
    may not be worn.
  • Slipping off
    her
    <empty>
    ring
    sormuksensa
    , she put it on the bedside cabinet with an inward sigh.
  • `I remember
    my
    <empty>
    diamond
    timantti-
    ring
    sormukseni
    scratching the table as he pressed against me, ``the woman said.
  • Thérèse lay over Rose's shoulder, chewing on
    her
    <empty>
    ivory
    norsunluu-
    ring
    sormustaan
    .
  • LIFE magazine followed up on an odd ad in a North Dakota newspaper from a woman offering to swap
    her
    <empty>
    engagement
    kihla-
    ring
    sormuksensa
    , wedding dress and veil for a Harley-Davidson motorbike.
  • She twisted
    her
    <empty>
    diamond
    timanttista
    solitaire
    yksi-
    engagement
    kihla-
    ring
    sormustaan
    as she replied.
  • He placed an
    engagement
    kihla-
    ring
    sormuksen
    on a piece of coral beneath the sea and waited for Vicky to find it when they were out snorkelling.
  • A few examples have been found made from silver, which was a metal commonly used for
    finger
    <empty>
    rings
    sormuksissa
    in the 1st century AD.
  • One woman, Mrs Namiki from Japan, paid $105,000 for a
    gold
    kultaisesta
    ring
    sormuksesta
    .
  • He wore a lime green tracksuit,
    gold
    kultainen
    sovereign
    hallitsija-
    ring
    sormus
    and one of the fingers on his right hand was badly bruised.
  • James flicked his hair off his forehead, and
    his
    hänen
    signet
    sinetti-
    ring
    sormuksensa
    glowed orange in the firelight.
  • As he fiddled with
    his
    <empty>
    signet
    sinetti-
    ring
    sormuksensa
    , he noticed his fingers were trembling again, more noticeably over the last few days than ever before.
  • She never used make-up or jewellery, apart from
    her
    hänen
    gold
    kultaista
    wedding
    vihki-
    ring
    sormustaan
    .
  • She was fiddling self-consciously with
    her
    <empty>
    wedding
    vihki-
    ring
    sormuksensa
    , twisting it around below her knuckle.
  • He wore a
    gold
    kultainen
    ring
    sormus
    , engraved with the letter R -- his Christmas present from Johanna.
  • Because their fingers were laced together and she was still wearing
    Max's
    Maxin
    wedding
    vihki-
    ring
    sormus
    , this was somewhat painful, but she knew that there could be no pleasure without pain.
  • `She's wearing a
    wedding
    vihki-
    ring
    sormus
    .
  • If it had not been for his clothes and the
    rings
    sormuksia
    on his fingers
    hänen sormissaan
    I would have scarcely recognised him.
  • She tore off the
    ring
    sormuksen
    with nimble fingers.
  • When he put the
    ring
    sormuksen
    on my finger
    sormeeni
    , I knew it was peacetime.
  • The doctor spread his hands and the
    rings
    sormukset
    on his fingers
    hänen sormissaan
    sparkled.

sash.n

  • The Assassin was stowing her Jokaero weapons away inside
    her
    hänen
    sash
    olkanauhansa
    .
  • They unwound
    his
    hänen
    sash
    olkanauhansa
    and stripped away his sodden garments.
  • His
    Hänen
    blue
    sininen
    sash
    olkanauhansa
    marked him as a Hearthware, and his face was red with heat and wine.
  • Bragad's men in
    their
    <empty>
    red
    punaisissa
    sashes
    olkanauhoissaan
    set hands on sword hilts.
  • Then she pulled off
    her
    <empty>
    maroon-silk
    punaruskean silkki-
    dressing gown
    aamutakkinsa
    sash
    vyönauhan
    and swiftly tied his right arm to the headboard.
  • `Have you got the
    yellow
    keltainen
    reflector
    heijastin-
    sash
    nauha
    ?
  • Next come the icons, and then the bridegroom, with a
    red
    punainen
    sash
    olkanauha
    on his chest.
  • THE ACTORS march on to the stage of the New Victoria in Newcastle-under-Lyme as an Italian town band, with Chorus in a
    red
    punaisessa
    hat and
    sash
    olkanauhassa
    beating the bass drum.
  • Finally she undid the
    sash
    vyönauhan
    and let the robe fall altogether.
  • The spirit appears first as a raven or a crow, then as a beautiful maid in a green dress and
    plaid
    ruudullisessa
    sash
    olkanauhassa
    .
  • Dad, Jack and Charlie just wore a black armband each with their Sunday suits, and I was dressed in a white lace dress with a
    wide black
    leveä musta
    sash
    vyönauha
    of silk ribbon
    silkkinauhasta
    .
  • I put my hair up, belt my waist with a
    red
    punaisella
    suede
    mokka-
    sash
    nauhalla
    from Los Angeles and pencil my lips a deep red.
  • Around their waists
    were
    oli
    black and white
    mustia ja valkoisia
    sashes
    vyönauhoja
    , and swords were naked in their hands.
  • Chief Joseph, wearing an embroidered cotton shirt and
    beaded
    helmikoristeinen
    sash
    vyönauha
    .
  • Each wore a
    blue
    sininen
    sash
    vyönauha
    at hip level, a matching bonnet, silk stockings and black shoes with a buckle.
  • A back opening fastens with buttons and a
    wide
    leveä
    sash
    vyönauha
    ties at the waist.
  • Then he grabbed Orcadai by his top knot and by the
    sash
    vyönauhasta
    at his waist
    tämän vyötäröllä
    , dragged him to the rail, and threw him over.
  • The Madonna with a heavenly look, a light veil over her fair hair,
    blue
    sininen
    sash
    vyönauha
    about her girlish waist, hands clasped in ecstasy and a rosary dangling from one arm.
  • Only the
    faded
    haalistuneet
    sashes
    vyönauhat
    they wore, and the weapons they carried, marked them as anything but ordinary folk fleeing the marauders.

shako.n

  • The sun, brilliant after the early fog, glinted on gold braid and
    polished
    kiillotti
    shakos
    shakot
    .
  • The men wore dark blue uniform coats and had
    black
    mustat
    shakos
    shako-päähineet
    with silver rims
    hopeareunuksiset
    .
  • The French Dragoons had taken up positions in the southern houses, while the Prussian infantry in their dark blue coats and
    black
    mustissa
    shakos
    shakoissaan
    lined the barricade.
  • The officer had a red plume on
    his
    <empty>
    blue
    sinisessä
    shako
    shako-päähinessään
    and a tall red collar on his unbuttoned blue coat.

skullcap.n

  • A young man wearing a
    yarmulka
    kalotti-
    skullcap
    päähinettä
    and sitting astride a roaring tractor wiped his brow with his arm when I asked for the location of Um Al-Farajh.
  • Sitting at his huge desk, surrounded by his books, Seth wore a Chinese robe, embroidered with dragon gods, and a
    black
    mustaa
    skullcap
    patalakkia
    .
  • For the first time I noticed the brothers' yarmulkes in the somewhat subdued light of the boardroom,
    plain black
    yksinkertaiset mustat
    skullcaps
    päähineet
    blending in with the pale glow of the room.
  • The wiry psychologist shook his head, almost dislodging
    his
    <empty>
    embroidered
    kirjaillun
    skullcap
    patalakkinsa
    in the process.
  • She really doesn't care which cowboys are wearing the
    white
    valkoisia
    skullcaps
    lakkeja
    in this particular showdown.

snood.n

  • A
    snood
    hiuspussi
    is like a hairband with a net attached to it.
  • She looked magnificent, her athletic figure showing to its best in the tightly fitting black jacket and her red hair confined in a
    velvet
    sametti-
    snood
    hiuspussiin
    beneath her hard hat.
  • As he spoke a dark pool of blood began to gather under the luxuriant mane of Harriet's auburn hair which had escaped from the
    loosened
    löystyneestä
    snood
    hiuspussista
    and spread slowly over the ground.
  • Norman had returned to his kitchenette, leaving his camel snoring peacefully in the eaves of his lock-up garage, its head in a
    Fair Isle
    Fair Islen
    snood
    hiuspussissa
    .

sombrero.n

  • As I sat there and sipped my Valdepeñas I observed the ladies in their flounced festival attire, plying elegant fans, escorted by dignified caballeros wearing
    black
    mustia
    sombreros
    sombreroita
    .
  • The stereotype of the Mexican peasant, dwarfed by
    his
    <empty>
    sombrero
    sombreronsa
    and sitting by a cactus should, perhaps, be more realistically presented as listening to his radio set.
  • A monkey in a fringed vest, a
    plumed
    sulkakoristeinen
    sombrero
    sombrero
    tied to its head, shot into my legs, pulled at my trench coat and showed off his teeth.
  • One was wearing a
    Mexican
    meksikolainen
    sombrero
    sombrero
    and swigging a bottle of beer.
  • The protesters, mostly farmers in
    straw
    olki-
    sombreros
    sombreroissa
    , raised banners of the leftist Democratic Revolution Party, traditionally the biggest opponent of 65 years of uninterrupted rule by the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI.
  • The peasants applauded the arrival of the guerrilla commander known as Tacho and seven fellow rebel negotiators, who sported black ski masks and
    ceremonial Indian
    juhlavissa intialaisissa
    sombreros
    sombreroissa
    with red and yellow ribbons
    punaisin ja keltaisin nauhoin koristelluissa
    .

spectacles.n

  • He was a shy and clever Scot, who was twirling his
    half-moon
    puolikuun muotoisia
    spectacles
    silmälasejaan
    in one hand while asking the librarian for a copy of a particular newspaper.
  • `I'm not really sure, ``she said good-humouredly, removing the
    great
    suuret
    moon
    kuunmuotoiset
    spectacles
    silmälasinsa
    and peering down at him.
  • He was toying with the idea of
    bifocal
    kaksitehoisista
    spectacles
    silmälaseista
    on the eve of his appointment as Ambassador to France, and the future held a key role for him in the drafting of the American Constitution.
  • Taczek prodded
    his
    <empty>
    spectacles
    silmälasejaan
    with irritation.
  • It also wore a youthful face, the greater part of which lurked behind the
    thick
    tukevien
    pebbled
    paksujen
    spectacles
    silmälasien
    of the seriously myopic.
  • My nose never smelt such noisome smells, and my eyes never beheld such
    ghastly
    kammottavia
    spectacles
    silmälasia
    ``.
  • The British Ambassador, Anthony Parsons, a man whose
    heavy
    jykevät
    spectacles
    silmälasit
    gave him an amiable academic appearance, was an Arabist who had been in Iran since 1974.
  • A chemist's shop in Marylebone High Street yielded a pair of
    plain-glass
    ilman vahvuuksia
    spectacles
    silmälaseja
    with heavy horn rims and a men's outfitters a tweed hat and Burberry.
  • `Like your tie, by the way! ``she commented as she adjusted
    her
    <empty>
    horn-rimmed
    sarvisankaisia
    spectacles
    silmälasejaan
    on the bridge of her nose.
  • Two of them are wearing
    spectacles
    silmälaseja
    , and one a hearing-aid.
  • She was small and dark, with
    rimless
    kehyksettömien
    spectacles
    silmälasien
    , and became matronly in middle age.
  • `That's right, the
    horn-rimmed
    sarvisankaisia
    spectacles
    silmälaseja
    were adapted to make his ears project.
  • The Frenchman smiled suavely; the Algerian, a small dark man in
    heavy
    jykevissä
    horn-rimmed
    sarvisankaisissa
    spectacles
    silmälaseissa
    , did not smile.
  • She peered over her
    spectacles
    silmälasiensa
    .
  • David put on
    his
    <empty>
    spectacles
    silmälasinsa
    and towelled his head.
  • When I asked him for his reaction, he sat hunched behind a table in his little palace, his head hanging down,
    his
    hänen
    half-moon
    puolikuun muotoiset
    spectacles
    silmälasinsa
    on the end of his nose.
  • This short, slight, bearded little fellow with
    his
    <empty>
    thick
    tukevien
    spectacles
    silmälasiensa
    , boxer's nose and mane of grey hair was the most fun, was the gamest strutting little cockerel that I ever met. ”
  • `It's a special assignment, ``Richie Lowell confided,
    his
    <empty>
    spectacles
    silmälasit
    back on his nose, his mind back on business, `and it's straight from above.
  • Alaia tops, Paul Smith suits,
    extravagant
    ylelliset
    spectacles
    silmälasit
    : the designers are an instantly recognisable breed.
  • Goggles: Available either as
    safety
    turva-
    spectacles
    laseina
    or fully enclosing goggles they are for use where there is the risk of high speed particle shed or fumes that may be injurious to the eyes.

sporran.n

  • In Perth souvenir shops, Gumpets are elbowing their way on to the shelves alongside the stock-in-trade plywood boomer angs, mallee-root ornamental clocks and
    kangaroo-skin
    kengurunnahkaisten
    sporrans
    kukkaroiden
    .
  • He pulled a handful of gold and silver chains from
    his
    <empty>
    sporran
    kukkarostaan
    , tossing them beside her where she crouched.
  • She gave him a rather languid finger wave and just as she disappeared under the wing float, he then realised she was only wearing a
    black
    musta
    sporran
    kukkaro
    .

tiara.n

  • Her jewels, since this was a Court ball, consisted of the Crown diamonds, including the famous
    tiara
    tiaran
    .
  • The Empress wore an evening dress, usually of rich material, a
    tiara
    tiara
    of diamonds
    timantti-
    and a collier of pearls.
  • Obediently, Martha studied the image of a glassy-eyed young white woman in a long white dress and
    tiara
    tiarassa
    .
  • Discussion lasted from 12 to 17 November, apart from 13 November when the pope made a ceremonial offering of
    his
    <empty>
    tiara
    tiaraansa
    for the benefit of the poor.
  • He noticed that Angela's head kept turning whenever she saw a
    tiara
    tiara
    .
  • Popes were not always above pawning
    their
    <empty>
    tiaras
    tiaroidensa
    .
  • She was to have worn a
    diamond
    timantti-
    tiara
    tiaraa
    .
  • `Am I supposed to wear a
    tiara
    tiaraa
    to this kindergarten kid's place tonight, or what?
  • The
    pointed
    teräväkärkinen
    tiara
    tiara
    flashed as she moved.

top-hat.n

  • `I canna see it in this light ya fule, ``the
    top-hat
    silinterihattu
    swayed angrily as its owner knocked the hand away.
  • There was a chill wind on the Hill of the Dead, but Biff took off
    his
    <empty>
    top-hat
    silinterihattunsa
    and mopped his forehead with a red spotted handkerchief.
  • All I can say is that a bloke in a
    top-hat
    silinterihatussa
    spoke to me.
  • In ``Dance of Death, he paints a skeleton-like figure, dancing amid beachfront trees and mountains, draped in what looks like
    a pilgrim's
    pyhiinvaeltajan
    black
    mustalta
    top-hat
    silinterihatulta
    .

toupee.n

  • As he hesitated the door opened and Gilbert Forbes came out in a rush, his make-up smudged on one side of his face,
    his
    <empty>
    toupee
    hiuslisäkkeensä
    not quite straight.
  • POLICE were baffled yesterday over the murder of a man wearing a
    toupee
    hiuslisäkettä
    .
  • Then
    his
    hänen
    toupee
    hiuslisäkkeensä
    started to slip.
  • Ralph looked at his reflection in the mirror at the back of the bar and gently patted
    his
    <empty>
    toupee
    hiuslisäkettään
    .

trilby.n

  • I lean in the shade against the cool church wall and listen to the Quechua of the mayor, a small man in
    brown
    ruskeassa
    trilby
    huopahatussa
    , patterned jersey and jacket, deliver his weekly oration about island matters.
  • The boat fills up with sacks of produce; with islanders wearing
    faded
    haalistuneita
    trilbies
    huopahattuja
    over their woollen skull-caps; with mothers and babies.
  • Mr Gillis had stuck a plastic hook near the top of this door on the inside and it was here that he chose to hang
    his
    <empty>
    white
    valkoisen
    trilby
    huopahattunsa
    .
  • James Winterbourne, actor, had discarded his
    red
    punaisen
    felt
    huopa-
    trilby
    hattunsa
    and had shaved off the stubble and was drifting around being welcoming in his role as a member of the Jockey Club.
  • The man from the newspaper wore a black
    trilby
    huopa-
    hat and a long black overcoat.
  • `I don't mean that one, ``said Constance, since that one
    was rather a
    oli melkoisen
    foolish-looking
    naurettavannäköinen
    trilby
    huopahattu
    .
  • He had on a
    leather
    nahka-
    trilby
    hattu
    and a single breasted leather coat with a tie belt.
  • Black hair curled from under the
    trilby
    hatun
    and hung over his coat collar.

trinket.n

  • A glass cabinet sat on the counter, crammed with
    dusty
    pölyisiä
    trinkets
    rihkamakoruja
    , leatherwork and tins of sardines.
  • There were little compartments meant for
    trinkets
    rihkamakoruille
    and jewels, crystal jars with enamelled lids for potions and powders and the prettiest gold and enamel hairbrush and comb.
  • Claudel is bringing your
    little
    pienen
    trinket
    helysi
    back for some adjustments.
  • Nearby other shops had set up trestles loaded with silk saris and embroidered salwars, high-heeled shoes and embroidered mosque hats,
    trinkets
    rihkamakoruja
    and bracelets, jewellery and decorations.
  • Benjamin stared at my cloak full of the
    little
    pieniä
    trinkets
    helyjä
    and valuable possessions I had collected.
  • He fluffs my pillow and adorns me with
    trinkets
    koruilla
    ; earrings and a flowery jar of perfume called `Fire Maiden ``.
  • Among the objects discovered were coats made of jaguar and cheetah skin, sea turtle shells,
    ivory
    norsunluu-
    trinkets
    koruja
    and stuffed rare birds.

turban.n

  • `You know the young man on the platform in the
    red
    punaisessa
    turban
    turbaanissa
    and the blue jacket?
  • He never wore
    his
    <empty>
    turban
    turbaaniaan
    at home, which always gave Hoomey a jolt of surprise, seeing the knee-length black hair coiled on top of his head, skewered in place with a comb.
  • Biddy's gimlet eyes screwed into Nutty and travelled reflectively to the scowling Nails, nervous little Hoomey and Jazz in
    his
    <empty>
    rain-soggy
    sateen kastelemassa
    turban
    turbaanissa
    , all lined up against the wall.
  • His
    Hänen
    turban
    turbaaninsa
    , flaming with colour, shows plainly how great the blunder has been.
  • There he pulled off
    his
    <empty>
    white
    valkoisen
    turban
    turbaaninsa
    and let his long black hair coil over his shoulder and drop down on to the ground.
  • A Baluchistan gardener was working there,
    his
    hänen
    voluminous
    muhkea
    turban
    turbaaninsa
    perched like a cushion on top of his head, his baggy cotton `jodhpurs ``tan with dust.
  • With
    his
    hänen
    tan
    kellanruskean
    turban
    turbaaninsa
    and billowing black trousers he wore an Argyle sweater and a blue double-breasted pin-striped jacket that looked as if it had once been worn by a London stockbroker.
  • He was a squat, muscular figure in baggy cotton shirt and trousers with a
    turban
    turbaanin
    , a check scarf and a mud-coloured woollen blanket, called a pattu, around his shoulders.
  • The older boy, who took charge of the boat, was a handsome fellow with a lovely
    turban
    turbaanin
    of purple and white cotton
    purppuranvärisestä ja valkoisesta puuvillasta tehdyn
    and remarkably soft hands.
  • A
    crimson
    karmiininpunainen
    turban
    turbaani
    was wrapped round his head, the upper part of his body was bare except for gold bands round his arms and wrists.

veil.n

  • She unpinned her
    veil
    huntunsa
    , and Anne saw she had different-coloured eyes, one blue, one hazel.
  • Um Hamed came through the court, covered in
    her
    <empty>
    black
    mustiin
    veils
    huntuihinsa
    which brushed against climbing bougainvillaea blossoms, sending down showers of petals.
  • They moved slowly,
    their
    heidän
    black
    mustat
    veils
    huntunsa
    floating around them.
  • I will remove
    my
    <empty>
    veils
    verhoni
    one by one, as I demolish, in turn, the proponents of these cardinal precepts of what today passes for Socialism in the People's Party.
  • The tiara had not glittered in
    Nicandra's
    Nicandran
    wedding
    hää-
    veil
    hunnussa
    .
  • Her imagination ran riot, peopling the place with great caliphs, beautiful ladies in
    gossamer
    henkäyksenkevyissä
    veils
    hunnuissa
    and fierce soldiers to guard the purple-red ramparts.
  • Her thin leather elbow-length gloves had been dyed to match the dress, and she had intended to wear her most devastating hat, with a
    black
    mustan
    lace
    pitsi-
    veil
    hunnun
    .
  • The film buff was a slim young man, with long hands and feet and fair hair in a
    thin
    ohuena
    veil
    verhona
    to his shoulders.
  • She put on a red petticoat first, then a black dress, and a
    white
    valkoisen
    veil
    hunnun
    over the dress.
  • But there was so much blood -- blood on her red petticoat, blood on her black dress and
    her
    hänen
    white
    valkoisella
    veil
    hunnullaan
    , blood on the executioner's shoes, blood all over the floor.
  • Mrs Marcos, dressed in a
    black
    mustaan
    native
    alkuasukkaiden
    dress and
    veil
    huntuun
    , mounted the reviewing stand with her daughters to kiss the closed coffin.
  • It
    is a
    on
    big
    suuri
    bridal
    morsius-
    veil
    huntu
    , but my picture was taken from a long way off.
  • Faint blossom was on some trees like
    wispy
    harsomainen
    bridal
    morsius-
    veils
    huntu
    .
  • The woman lifted
    her
    <empty>
    veil
    huntuaan
    and came forward.
  • He turned her to face him, lifted
    her
    naisen
    lace
    pitsi-
    veil
    huntua
    , and the symbolic act sent a convulsive shudder of desire through her as a thought shot like fire into her mind.
  • She had pulled
    her
    <empty>
    veil
    huntunsa
    right over her face so that they could not even see her eyes.
  • She took up the
    beautiful
    kauniin
    veil
    hunnun
    you bought me, put it on her own head, then turned to admire herself in the mirror.
  • Slowly I took off
    my
    <empty>
    wedding dress and
    veil
    huntuni
    .
  • He took off
    her
    hänen
    white
    valkoisen
    veil
    huntunsa
    , and then he took off her black dress, and put it on the floor.
  • Something old IF YOU would like to wear a
    Victorian
    viktoriaanista
    veil
    huntua
    at your wedding, the Royal School of Needlework has 12 for hire.
  • She liked to dazzle Montparnasse with her originality; sometimes she wore
    long flowing
    pitkiä laskeutuvia
    veils
    huntuja
    , usually she appeared in the smocked Liberty dresses that suited her pert little-girl look.
  • `Brides always wear white and
    veils
    huntuja
    .
  • Her hat had a
    white
    valkoinen
    gauzy
    seitinohut
    veil
    huntu
    that protected her face, and Patsy thought she looked grand.
  • White Italian satin dress with full train and pearl beaded lace neckline by Demetrios for Ilissa (style 2253, around £1,000),
    beaded
    helmikoristeinen
    veil
    huntu
    by Silk (around £20)
  • There was a train which repeated the motive of roses and hearts, and a
    short
    lyhyt
    silk
    silkki-
    veil
    huntu
    flowing, from a circlet of silk roses and pearls, to her shoulders.
  • A hand holding a scrap of hanky pressed on
    her
    hänen
    veil
    huntuaan
    where her mouth was.
  • She wore her new heather-coloured cardigan; a
    blue
    sininen
    veil
    huntu
    (heather and scabious was her idea) preserved her hair, carefully waved for the night.
  • The
    full length
    täysimittaista
    veil
    huntua
    was held in place with a band of pearls and crystals.

watch.n

  • Their secretary, Mrs. Fryer, was presented with `a spontaneous gift of a
    gold
    kulta-
    watch
    kellolla
    for her three years as secretary ``.
  • He opened his eyes, his consciousness hazed and slowed by the kif he had smoked, and focused with difficulty on the
    watch
    kelloon
    on the bedside table.
  • No sound except the tick from the
    watch
    kellosta
    on Suzy's wrist
    Suzyn ranteessa olevasta
    .
  • He sipped his gin and tonic, and my eyes flitted to
    his
    hänen
    gold
    kulta-
    watch
    kelloonsa
    and his gold bracelet.
  • She stared at
    her
    <empty>
    watch
    kelloaan
    .
  • Have you got
    your
    <empty>
    stop
    sekunti-
    watch
    kellosi
    on?
  • There was a receipt for £66 for drop earrings and insurance certificates for a Pounds 600
    Rolex
    Rolex-
    watch
    kellolle
    and an £800 eternity ring.
  • He said you couldn't get a good quartz watch with a second hand, and he refused to consider a
    digital
    digitaalista
    watch
    kelloa
    because he said they were ugly.
  • Vice-chairman Violet Durkan presented him with an
    inscribed
    kaiverretun
    gold
    kulta-
    watch
    kellon
    on behalf of the members.
  • Articles for which Zurich is famous are antiques and objets d'art (Neumarkt area) and of course
    Swiss
    sveitsiläiset
    watches
    rannekellot
    .
  • The obvious thing
    was the
    oli
    gold
    kulta-
    watch
    kello
    , wrapped up at the bottom in a bit of cloth.
  • By the last vestiges of twilight he consulted
    his
    <empty>
    waterlogged
    vettyneestä
    watch
    rannekellostaan
    .
  • Nona had a
    watch
    rannekello
    with a pretty red face
    jossa oli nätti punainen kellotaulu
    , but she was sitting with her hands in her lap with the watch hidden.
  • He took out of his waistcoat pocket a
    large
    suuren
    watch
    rannekellon
    which he had bought years before from a cheap-Jack at a fair.
  • I took off
    my
    <empty>
    watch
    rannekelloni
    and placed it in front of me.
  • He wore a
    gold
    kulta-
    watch
    rannekello
    on his wrist; fine, gold hairs curled over the white, nylon strap.
  • The
    watch
    rannekello
    had stopped at three o'clock.
  • Little Ben
    was an aged, ugly, and
    oli iäkäs, ruma ja
    apparently indestructible
    ilmeisesti särkymätön
    pocket
    tasku-
    watch
    kello
    that had cost my paternal grandfather five shillings when he was a Benedict's houseman.

wig.n

  • Hair was the big news, with full skirts made of artificial hair and wondrous
    Jacobean
    Jaakko I:n aikaisista
    wigs
    peruukeista
    in auburn
    kullanruskeista
    .
  • And she marched out of the kitchen,
    her
    hänen
    tall
    korkea
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    swaying slightly with the brisk jerky movement.
  • In desperation he tugged of
    his
    <empty>
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    and looked pleadingly at them.
  • The man slipped off the couch, wriggled his feet into his enormous high-heeled shoes and tugged
    his
    <empty>
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    on.
  • Now those clothes are as much a trademark as
    were
    olivat
    Andy Warhol's
    Andy Warholin
    ill-fitting silver
    huonosti sopivat hopea-
    wigs
    peruukit
    .
  • Early in the evening, Jean Baptiste pulls off
    his
    <empty>
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    of flowing white locks
    laskeutuvista valkoisista kiehkuroista tehdyn
    to disclose an identical head of hair beneath.
  • He sported a
    wig
    peruukkia
    composed from shredded J-Cloths
    revityistä räteistä muodostuvaa
    , a present from his wife.
  • `You see, Marco, they found the cape and the
    blonde
    vaalean
    wig
    peruukin
    .
  • There are three men in
    wigs
    peruukeissa
    .
  • `Five over here, ``said a big fat man in a
    shameless
    törkeässä
    wig
    peruukissa
    .
  • He could at least spend the money on it that he would have used in buying a ticket to see Dinah, in
    powdered
    puuteroidussa
    wig
    peruukissa
    and paduasoy, as Lady Teazle, once again.
  • His eyes were clear but
    his
    hänen
    white
    valkoinen
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    was askew.
  • The judge wears a
    wig
    peruukkia
    .
  • She was an old woman, she wore a
    red
    punaista
    wig
    peruukkia
    , and she had black teeth.
  • His
    Hänen
    wig
    peruukkinsa
    was now at a slight angle.

yarmulkah.n

  • For the first time I noticed
    the brothers'
    veljesten
    yarmulkes
    kalotit
    in the somewhat subdued light of the boardroom, plain black skullcaps blending in with the pale glow of the room.
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