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- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
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You gotta know when to hold ’em, know when to cold ’em Nurse shirt. I want to be in a relationship so bad. Not even for sex or that. I just wanna have someone’s hand to hold when we’re walking together. Someone to have a good cuddle with at night and have good convo’s with. Ok ladies as soon as my stuff arrives I will be holding a competition for a FREE set of acrylics. This will also include the girls not yet on the island and you can book for when your arrive if you win. It’s with a heavy heart that today we announce that Michael Butler, one of our brilliant guitarists has made the hard decision to leave Sheppard.
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Michael dedicated 7 years of his life to this band, and we will always think of him as a dear friend and an extended member of this family. Michael has decided to embark on a new career path and is currently studying full time. We understand that international touring is an unpredictably stressful endeavour, and we have nothing but love and appreciation for the time, energy and focus Michael gave to us during his time with the band. So Michael, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for holding on and being a part of this crazy ride for so long, we love you and we wish you the best of luck with the next exciting chapter of your life.
Happiest birthday to my beautiful baby Dimpol ! Wish u all the best nak,enjoy life!Thanks God always for the good health, keep strong to face struggles, always be humble and beautiful my dear! We’re always here for you,we love you ! Now it’s time for the bigger guys to go out! Just like the smaller species, they are excited to be out in the habitat, too. We don’t start the zebra in the quarter-size yard–only the half-sized yard. The zebra are trained to come in at night to the sound of a whistle. The wildebeest don’t go into either quarter or half-sized yards at all! They get to go out again once all the savanna partitions are down.