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  • The finished (dressed) size as opposed to the nominal size of a piece of wood.
  • Actual Size is the last studio album by the hard rock band Mr. Big released in 2001.
  • exact size of an O-ring or seal in decimal dimensions (inches or millimeters), including tolerances.
    t shirt
  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
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T-SHIRT - SYNTHESIZER / BATTERY OPERATED KEYBOARD DESIGN
T-SHIRT - SYNTHESIZER / BATTERY OPERATED KEYBOARD DESIGN
This incredible novelty T-shirt is the perfect gift for any music producer or engineer who wants to take music on the move! Hit a key on the t-shirt's keyboard design and hear it in all its glory via a discreetly hidden, built in mini speaker. You can start off by practicing simple scales, then after a few days pick out little melodies, and before you know it you'll be recreating whole albums on your chest. Not forgetting the t-shirt itself, which with its smart design will ensure you sound the business and look the part too

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three shirts and homemade pretzels
three shirts and homemade pretzels
Our niece has been with us this week. She is a joy. And she is thirteen years old. I know. Those don't stack up. I grew up with one brother in the house living with me. My Mom was not a teenager...ever. Oh I am quite sure. Those pictures that I have shown you here of her are simply a trick. As an adult, I lived with one son in the house. By then, my wife was no longer a teenager. There were no teenage girls present in my business career. I did see them around the house when my son became a teenager. However, I was prevented from much understanding by his desire that I make myself scarce...at all times. This still applies and seems to be getting worse. Yes, he is 24 now. My experience with teenage girls is pretty much limited to a time when I, too, was a teenager. I still fear them. My awareness of the nuances of life was limited, at best, during that time. After all, I was a teenager. I am sooooo much better now. I spent most of my time thinking up how to torture my brother or annoy my parents. It was my job. Accordingly, most things regarding teenage girls that I see and hear now are not only new, but quite fascinating to me. My current observations are made without any malice. However, those observations are held to close scrutiny by those around me. I know this. Absolutely anything I say or ask about is taken as criticism. There is no getting around it. I tell you this only because I want you to know that I know. So I will try to stick to the facts and level any actual criticism only at myself, where it properly belongs because, after all, I am an idiot. See I have achieved some level of understanding. One of many great things about our niece is that she is willing to let the conversation go anywhere we would like to take it. She tells me and my wife that we are mean to each other. Then she gleefully looks forward to the next moment of apparent meanness between us. Oh, she is clearly aware that we are not mean to each other. But it would be no fun at all to not point out any perceived foibles involving her aunt and uncle. While making homemade pretzels one evening, we discussed teenage fashion. One trend that she has latched onto is the wearing of multiple shirts of varying colors, textures and sizes, all at the same time. Let me add here that she would look adorable in overalls and dirty sweatsocks on her ears. This girl is in exactly zero need of any fashion item that might make her look cuter. Back to the shirts. The optimum number appears to be three. Being a practical sort, I asked why you would put on two really tight shirts and then put over those a baggy, regular old t-shirt which pretty much hides the other two shirts underneath. See. Told you I was an idiot. Or that is how she looked at me anyway. I asked how she knew it was a trend. She offered fashion magazines. I asked for a picture of an example. None were found. We flipped through every single page of a couple of the magazines. "These models are all wearing gowns. Besides, they are older than me," she said. "Do any of the older girls wear multiple, layered gowns?" I asked. Her look was her reply and it clearly moved me lower on the idiot scale. I had not thought such a move possible. I thought it was a poignant comment on this silly trend and would perfectly illustrate to her how ridiculous this artificially dictated fashion really was. Oh, and the Beatles were a silly little band that would never amount to anything until they got decent haircuts. Sweet sainted mother of Yves St. Laurent...when did I become my dad? All I can say is, Gentlemen...guard your hearts. Because, regardless of the number of shirts, those hearts will be broken sooner than you think. Guaranteed.
Embroidered hand prints and thumb print heart on T-shirt
Embroidered hand prints and thumb print heart on T-shirt
The wife of a co-worker asked me whether I would be able to digitize her toddler's handprints into embroidery designs for a Father's Day gift if she could get some good ink impressions. I'd never done anything like that before, but was sure up to trying. She also made a "heart" with her two thumb prints, and gave me a diagram of just how she'd like the designs placed on a grey t-shirt, if I was able to do the designs. As you can see, the designs turned out quite well, based on these ink prints I used. And they are stitched out actual size. She was very happy with the sample stitch-out I provided her. I asked her if she wanted the hands stitched in flesh tone or a darker color to represent the ink, and she decided to go with the darker ink-like color, and also a dark red for the heart because she didn't want the designs to stand out TOO much on the t-shirt, just enough to catch the eye. I'll give her the t-shirt tomorrow. I think she'll be pleased with how it turned out. She told me I could use her concept, so I hope to incorporate a newborn's footprint from the birth certificate into a design I'll stitch into the corner of a baby quilt I want to make soon.

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