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  1. Jun 2021
    1. Luisa: [Sniffles] Because of my mom, I got to meet extremely interesting people that opened up my worldview more so than it already was, because reading transports you to different places and different languages and cultures and you learn so much, and you feel like you have actually been there, but you've never been. It's funny, but that's how it works. My mom, she started working for this store [unclear] and she was doing her design school, and they specialized in Muslim attire and my mom was like, "You know what? I'm going to be independent," so she moves aside. She starts her own thing, and she starts making a bunch of clothes.

      Time in the US, Homelife, Parents, Jobs

  2. Aug 2020
  3. Dec 2019
  4. Oct 2019
  5. Oct 2018
    1. If you haven't experienced the glory of wool, get this shirt. I wear it every day for at least two to three weeks before washing it, stains magically disappear (I've already spilled chocolate on this one, haven't washed it yet, and there's no sign), doesn't ever smell bad, dries quickly, etc. Honestly, wearing cotton strikes me as a bit barbaric.

      wear wool

  6. Jul 2018
    1. She tugged at his sleeve, and to his astonishment, this time, instead of laughing, she looked like a little girl who was going to cry.

      Throughout the story, the narrator references specific parts of articles of clothing (e.g., "collar," "sleeve," etc.). We could use concordances and dispersion plots to trace this clothing motif and begin to investigate its material and affective significances.

  7. Mar 2017
    1. Judging from his appearance, I bet he can tell us the latest news about the revolt.

      they are judging him based on his appearance and how hes dressed

  8. www.folgerdigitaltexts.org www.folgerdigitaltexts.org
    1. What are these, FTLN 0132 So withered, and so wild in their attire,

      BANQUO referring to the witches clothes as weird and wild

  9. May 2016
  10. annotatingausten.sfsuenglishdh.net annotatingausten.sfsuenglishdh.net
    1. Mechlin

      A type of lace, so called because it was primarily produced in Mechelen, Belgium. It was also produced in Antwerp and Brussels. It was very popular throughout the 18th century, but the "disappearance of lace ruffles before 1780 from women's sleeves, and the disappearance of the cravat and men's ruffles" seriously reduced its place in fashionable dress (http://belovedlinens.net/lace/Mechlin.html ).