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associative collar English
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Tom dropped snow down Mary's collar.
Tom's dog didn't have a collar.
Your collar has a stain on it.
The man tried to catch hold of me by the collar.
He took me by the collar.
He grabbed me by the collar.
He, who kicks the pillar that stands on the bridge that leads over the river that flows through the village, in which lives the man, who owns the collar that bestows magical powers that perform miracles, dies.
This collar's too tight.
I need a shirt with a stiff collar.
Tom wore a pink polo shirt with a popped collar.
I grabbed the dog by its collar.
Tom removed his tie and unbuttoned his collar.
Tom grabbed me by the collar.
This dog collar is too tight.
Tom grabbed him by the collar.
I held him by the collar.
What size of collar does he take?
He seized the pickpocket by the collar.
With a high, closed collar, figure-hugging cut, and large slits at either side of a straight skirt, the qipao is unique in its ability to communicate both modesty and sensuousness.
Tom put a flea collar on his dog.
The collar chafed her neck.
You'll feel a sharp scratch just underneath your collar bone.
The French doctor Paul Regnard describes the way this collar was used.
The collar was tightened with the help of four taut ropes.
And now, friends, now that we've found Hennessy's shirt, would you all mind looking for a collar button that I lost here?
I know. When a man's collar is an inch too big for him, I know he's ill.
The guy with the collar?
This fella with the collar.
Did she take the guy with the collar?
Put on a collar?
I turned my collar around. like this.
You collar him. You keep it under your hat.
Maybe it's because I wear my collar frontwards.
He seized me by the collar and flung me out.
Ronald, didn't you give me a sleeve instead of a collar tonight?
Has a guy with a brown fur collar been in here?
A fur collar?
The beer is warm, the women are cold. and I'm hot under the collar.
But I'd like to take a crack at that stiff-necked horse collar.
When a man's collar is an inch too big for him, I know he's ill.
And Harry wants to send you to London. get you all dressed up in tight shoes and an old high collar.
Tell her I lost a collar button in New York and we've got to go look for it.
But now I've shown you the col, I'll go home and put on my collar!
Get Mr Trehearne the blue cloak, not the one with the astrakhan collar, get him a hat, and get me my cloak and hat.
Loosen his collar.
Follow this road around Pooker Hill past the witch's oak, drop down into Hell's Collar.
I get Pierrot to come into town. You collar him.
If you only pumped water on your head, you didn't have to undo your shirt collar where I sewed it, did you?
Didn't you sew his collar with white thread, Aunt Polly?
I put that clean collar around your dirty neck.
News and current affairs
By contrast, employment in middle-skill, white-collar, and blue-collar occupations fell, particularly in manufacturing.
While blue-collar workers incur income losses, their losses will be overcompensated by the gains of landowners, capital owners, entrepreneurs and white collar workers.
White-collar knowledge workers respond to different incentives and political appeals than do blue-collar industrial workers.
The risk is that robotics and automation will displace workers in blue-collar manufacturing jobs before the dust of the Third Industrial Revolution settles.
Moreover, for every South Korea, and every Hong Kong, we can also find developing countries where expanding education merely fueled competition for white-collar jobs in a bloated, deadweight state bureaucracy.
It is inconceivable that Brazilian, Cameroonian, or Japanese doctors, computer scientists, blue-collar workers, or bank tellers could move from one country to another as easily as Brazilian, Cameroonian, or Japanese football players do.
When Obama attracted a crowd of 200,000 to a speech in Berlin last summer, Republicans criticized him as an elitist who appeals to crowds overseas but not to blue-collar workers at home.
Meanwhile, information technology and digital networks have automated a range of white- and blue-collar jobs.
For example, while one in eight Americans is black, one in three is employed in sanitation or other blue-collar jobs.
Automation, for example, seems to have spurred an unexpectedly rapid decline in routine white- and blue-collar jobs.
But the Harvard students' response was not entirely surprising. Highly skilled and better-educated respondents tend to be considerably more pro-free trade than blue-collar workers are.
When, on the other hand, the forces of trade repeatedly hit the same people - less educated, blue-collar workers - we may feel less sanguine about globalization.
They perceive an underclass that they believe receives benefits denied to them and a thriving economy in the developing world that siphons off well-paying blue-collar jobs.