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1. He fled wearing only a sarong and a tattered shirt.
2. I wonder how I look in a sarong?
3. She was wearing a sarong and several garlands of flowers.
4. She wrapped it round herself, like a sarong, under her arms, and stepped out of the water.
5. He wore homemade sandals and a sarong that fell from his waist to his bony knees.
6. Many, both women and men wear a sarong called longyi.
7. The sarong worn by people in southeast Asia looks like a skirt.
8. A cyclist, wearing a chequered-blue sarong and T-shirt, the attire of many village men, pulls up outside the hut.
9. On the etiquette of sarong wearing: is it like Scotsman and their kilts on the issue of pants?
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11. The sarong worn by people in southeast asia looks like a skirt.
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12. Then he dropped the parang to fumble in his sarong.
13. She wears traditional dress: a white, high-necked blouse and a dark ankle-length sarong with an embroidered band around the hem.
14. Beckham, famed for his fashionable hairstyles, diamond stud earrings and for wearing a sarong on the beach, is a metrosexual style icon par excellence.
15. As he left the house, grumbling and sulking, he folded the money into a wad, then tied it into a knot on his sarong.
16. One resident called Dahiryart wore a typical Muslim hat and a Sarong .
17. Nothing says romance like an uninvited onlooker in a leopard print sarong.
18. When strolls the Sri Lankan downtown, the feeling which with puts on the male female who sarong brushes past to be really good!
19. No one of any style repute actually wears a kaftan or a sarong.
20. "To force their conservative views on me isn't fair," he told the Chronicle while sitting on a metal chair in a Castro plaza with a book, a sandwich and a sarong separating his backside from the seat.
21. Beckham, famed for his fashionable hairstyles, diamond stud earrings and for wearing a sarong on the beach, is a metro*ual style icon par excellence.
22. Fusing environmentalism with her culture, Indonesian designer Nita Azhar also used reclaimed traditionally dyed sarong known as batik to put together an outfit named "Save My Forest".
23. The ensemble is far more elegant than the bulky sarong adopted by too many female holidaymakers these days.
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