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- A thing that can be added to something else in order to make it more useful, versatile, or attractive
- Someone who gives assistance to the perpetrator of a crime, without directly committing it, sometimes without being present
- (accessory) a supplementary component that improves capability
- A small article or item of clothing carried or worn to complement a garment or outfit
- (accessory) clothing that is worn or carried, but not part of your main clothing
- (accessory) accessary: aiding and abetting in a crime; "he was charged with being accessory to the crime"
- cosmetic: serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
- Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental
- (decorativeness) an appearance that serves to decorate and make something more attractive
- Relating to decoration
- (decoratively) in a decorative manner; "used decoratively at Christmas"
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Importing Gifts, Housewares & Decorative Accessories from Hong Kong
This book is a practical and comprehensive guide for anyone planning to import gift items and decorative accessories from Hong Kong. It targets a worldwide audience and caters to all who are interested in importing from that region. In writing this book, the author has used over two and a half decades of his knowledge and experience in international trade. He recently revisited many parts of Asia, including Hong Kong, to stay abreast of the current trends and developments in these countries. "Importing Gifts, Housewares & Decorative Accessories from Hong Kong" includes comprehensive information relevant to and necessary for importing. Hence, this is a practical trade resource for new entrepreneurs and importers who are not familiar with Hong Kong's market potential as well as for others. This book provides useful information on the following: overview of the gift industry in the United States of America and Hong Kong, setting up an import business, business planning and marketing, sources of financing, finding Hong Kong manufacturers and exporters, sources of information, trade shows, potential sources of selling in the USA, business travel, international modes of payment (such as letters of credit), shipping, trade statistics, and more. This publication also provides useful web sites and other contact information in the USA and Hong Kong. The author's other published works include: . Import & Export of Apparel & Textiles; Part I: Export to USA, Part II: Import from Pakistan . Import & Export of Hand Knotted Oriental Rugs; Part I: Export to USA, Part II: Import from Pakistan . Allama Mashriqi & Dr. Akhtar Hameed Khan: Two Legends of Pakistan . Pakistan's Freedom and Allama Mashriqi: Statements, Letters, Chronology of Khaksar Tehrik (Movement), Period: Mashriqi's Birth to 1947 . Articles on Allama Mashriqi and the Khaksar Tehrik, which have been published in Pakistani newspapers .The author is currently working on additional books on international trade
decorative attachment in the form of a head wearing an elephant headdress
Bronze Ancient Egypt Ptolemaic Dynasty, Roman Period 2nd century B.C. - 1st century A.D. The elephant headdress was associated with the conquest of India by Alexander the Great and often appears on images of his Ptolemaic successors. During Egypt's Roman Period, female personifications wearing the headdress were depicted on coins. The Ptolemaic dynasty was a Hellenistic royal family which ruled Egypt from 305 B.C. to 30 B.C. Ptolemy, a somatophylax (bodyguard) who also served as one of Alexander the Great's generals, was appointed satrap of Egypt after Alexander's death in 323 B.C. In 305 B.C., he declared himself King Ptolemy I. Egyptians accepted the Ptolemies as the successors to the pharaohs. Ptolemy's family ruled Egypt until the Roman conquest of 30 BC. All male rulers of the dynasty took the name Ptolemy. Ptolemaic queens were usually called Cleopatra, Arsinoe or Berenice. The most famous member of the line was its last queen, Cleopatra VII. Her suicide at the conquest by Rome marked the end of Ptolemaic rule in Egypt. Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC
2008-01-19 Party Updo
It took at least twice as long to undo this hairstyle as it took to put it up. But it was worth it. This was at the end of the night and it was still going strong! If you are wondering how to do it, it's really simple. 1. pull hair into a high ponytail and secure with an elastic band. 2. Separate a small section of hair from the rest of the ponytail and start twisting it. 3. Keep twisting it until it curls back on itself, and then use a bobby pin to secure it at the base of the ponytail. 4. Repeat until all the hair has been twisted 5. You may want to play around with the twists and use additional bobby pins to arrange them just the way you want, and you can add some fun accessories for a little bling! 6. After all is said and done, use some hairspray to make sure it all stays put, and you're ready to party!!!
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Decorative painting is an immensely popular craft because even a beginner can create impressive results.
Painting Home Accessories, part of the Step-by-Step Crafts series, presents detailed, photographed instructions for decorating home accessories and small furniture. There are popular garden designs (a sweet Rose Lamp, a cheerful Daisy Chair), sophisticated faux finishes (Italian Marble Table, Crackle and Gold Leaf Wastebasket), and also perfect presents (Berries and Blossom Mirror, Pansy Placemats).
A comprehensive introductory section covers tools, equipment, and techniques, including step-by-step instructions for the brushstrokes. Design templates are included. The clear, fully illustrated instructions make it easy to progress from the first simple items to more accomplished pieces, making Painting Home Accessories the ideal introduction to one of today's most popular crafts.