Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
They had even put out matching sets of slipper socks.
Passengers who wanted to sleep or rest were given masks and slipper socks.
Even if you can't use them today, think ahead and take a hat or some unique slipper socks with you.
No shoes, but several pairs of slipper socks.
She sleeps with a teddy bear named Bubu and wears slipper socks.
Stoner took off his slipper socks and rolled up the legs of his pants to the knee.
Her advice regarding my progressive decay into a twilight life of slipper socks and cardigans is to "suck it up."
I went in, the door closed, and standing before me was a person in a purple bathrobe and bright red slipper socks.
Mickey, who looked all soft and vulnerable in his Yankee pinstripe pj's with slipper socks, was close to tears.
Such popular items as toothbrush, toothpaste, eye shades and slipper socks will remain, and first-class kits will contain an in-flight exercise book.
Just about everyone knows the feeling of twisting into a knot the pair of slipper socks you've just received, while your sibling is presented with a Mini Cooper.
Mr. Ramirez, 47, known to the immigrant workers as the "padrecito," popped open his trunk, pulled out new winter jackets and slipper socks for each, and wished them well.
In a third room there is a long, narrow showcase of shoes: sneakers, sandals, sabots, slipper socks, boots, cothurni, all of them reportedly worn by the artist in performance.
"Oh, I do believe," I told her quickly, before my eyes, seeing the lady in red slipper socks and purple bathrobe and gray hair across the table, had a chance to contradict me.
I stood behind her and wrapped my arms around her and made her face Betty Lou, who was her usual magnificent self in purple bathrobe and bright red slipper socks.
As soon as he heard the Russian's deep snoring, like a farm tractor rumbling back and forth, Reed got up from his bunk and tiptoed in his bulky slipper socks back to his infirmary.
"Like an ugly tie or a pair of slipper socks, Black Christmas is destined to be forgotten the instant it's unwrapped, gathering dust until the season rolls around again," says reviewer Sam Adams of the Los Angeles Times.
The work's creator, Mai Watts of Oldwick, sewed patches cut from an Indian sari, Scottish tartans and all-American denim on the British sports coat and added hand-knit slipper socks from Afghanistan to cover the toes.