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A stomacher is a decorated triangular panel that fills in the front opening of a woman's gown or ... The form and style of these stomachers in combination with the headgear is often used to date...

An Appetite for Fashion Decadence: A Brief History of Stomachers ...

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May 7, 2013 ... Bodices were made with open fronts and the stomacher was used to cover the stays and chemise behind the opening. The stomacher would be ...

Stomacher - Fashion, Costume, and Culture: Clothing, Headwear ...

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The rigid shaping effects of the stomacher were later accomplished by the corset used in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Stomachers also provided an ...

Stomacher - Definition and Meaning, Bible Dictionary

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Stomacher Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. STOMACHER stum'-uk- er: Used to translate pethighil (Isaiah 3:24 the King James Version), where the ...

Stomachers - Bioscience International

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Our stomacher is the ideal choice for microbial extraction. Easy to use, simply place your sample with sterile diluent in a disposable sterile bag, and in 30 ...

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Queen Mary's Stomacher

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Nov 26, 2012 ... Perhaps because of the difficulty of the stomacher design and size, these pieces are rarely used in public. The individual brooches are far ...

History of the Corset - Elizabethan Costuming Page

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In the 15th century, a tightly-fitted kirtle worn under the outer gown was used to .... and two stomachers dated to the early 17th century, which we can look at as ...

Stomacher | Definition of Stomacher by Merriam-Webster

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Define stomacher: the center front section of a waist or underwaist or a ... Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about stomacher .... Is It 'Used To' or 'Use To' ?

A Colonial Lady's Clothing: A Glossary of Terms : The Colonial ...

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(See also Petticoat and Stomacher); Hat: Hat ... Tube-like accessories used for keeping the hands warm, muffs were of various sizes as dictated by fashion.

A Brief History of Stomachers - Pinterest

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Bodices were made with open fronts and the stomacher was used to cover the stays and chemise behind the opening. The stomacher would be pinned to the ...

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stomacher | The Pragmatic Costumer

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Bodices were made with open fronts and the stomacher was used to cover the stays and chemise behind the opening. The stomacher would be pinned to the ...

Topical Bible: Stomacher

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STOMACHER. stum'-uk-er: Used to translate pethighil (Isaiah 3:24 the King James Version), where the meaning is uncertain. The English word denotes that part ...

Stomacher® food microbiology sterile sample processing and ...

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The food microbiologist requires a high quality of sample processing and blending in a food microbiology laboratory, the Stomacher® paddle blender delivers ...