Gold Lamay Dress

gold lamay dress

  • Lamay District is one of eight districts of the province Calca in Peru.

  • Wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type

  • full-dress: suitable for formal occasions; "formal wear"; "a full-dress uniform"; "dress shoes"

  • Put clothes on (someone)

  • a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice

  • put on clothes; "we had to dress quickly"; "dress the patient"; "Can the child dress by herself?"

  • Put on one's clothes

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • coins made of gold

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • An alloy of this

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

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Inside the Presidential Debates: Their Improbable Past and Promising Future

Inside the Presidential Debates: Their Improbable Past and Promising Future

Newton Minow’s long engagement with the world of television began nearly fifty years ago when President Kennedy appointed him chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. As its head, Minow would famously dub TV a “vast wasteland,” thus inaugurating a career dedicated to reforming television to better serve the public interest. Since then, he has been chairman of PBS and on the board of CBS and elsewhere, but his most lasting contribution remains his leadership on televised presidential debates. He was assistant counsel to Illinois governor Adlai Stevenson when Stevenson first proposed the idea of the debates in 1960; he served as cochair of the presidential debates in 1976 and 1980; and he helped create and is currently vice chairman of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which has organized the debates for the last two decades.

Written with longtime collaborator Craig LaMay, this fascinating history offers readers for the first time a genuinely inside look into the origins of the presidential debates and the many battles—both legal and personal—that have determined who has been allowed to debate and under what circumstances. The authors do not dismiss the criticism of the presidential debates in recent years but do come down solidly in favor of them, arguing that they are one of the great accomplishments of modern American electoral politics. As they remind us, the debates were once unique in the democratic world, are now emulated across the globe, and they offer the public the only real chance to see the candidates speak in direct response to one another in a discussion of major social, economic, and foreign policy issues.

Looking to the challenges posed by third-party candidates and the emergence of new media such as YouTube, Minow and LaMay ultimately make recommendations for the future, calling for the debates to become less formal, with candidates allowed to question each other and citizens allowed to question candidates directly. They also explore the many ways in which the Internet might serve to broaden the debates’ appeal and informative power. Whether it’s Clinton or Obama vs. McCain, Inside the Presidential Debates will be welcomed in 2008 by anyone interested in where this crucial part of our democracy is headed—and how it got there.

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trashtrimminWASTElines in hell`s kitchen, nyc...

things that are trashy:

-camel toe
-pantyhose that sag at the ankle
-paris hilton
-wearing too much makeup
-gold lame` outfits (as in lamay, not lame. there`s no accent on my keyboard)
-people who wear a size 12-14 but think they are still a size 6 and dress accordingly
-trailer trash of course. except that`s kinda trashy in a fun way.
-american idol and a bunch of those other unreal "reality" shows even though i don`t watch tv and don`t know for sure, but i`m gonna trust my intuition on that one.
-taking your date out for dinner at mcdonald`s and then making her pay the bill because you "accidentally" forgot your wallet.
-lifetime movies
-movies with j-lo trying to be an actress
-large people eating a supersize deluxe value meal or 2 and ordering a diet coke to go with it
-leopard print button down shirts
-the "casual encounters" listings. and some of the ETC. jobs section too.
-eating pork rinds
-the sandy kane show on nyc public access (but it is sooo good!)
-buying a case of "horny goat weed" from the local bodega
-being 35 years old and going to the rollerskating rink (by yourself) to hang out

i hope i`ve amused you a bit. i have nothing really inspiring to say right now so i figured i`d be trashy and make a list that might at least pointlessly entertain. if you need inspiration, go watch a movie with j-lo in it. what`s trashy to you?

Ben Lamay

Ben Lamay

Yamaha rider Ben Lamay entering a corner after the finishline tabletop jump.

gold lamay dress

gold lamay dress

ADA - Pleated Lamay Slouch Hobo Bag with Wood Handle (Silver)

In line with current trends, Eliebags now brings you ADA - Pleated Gold or Silver Shoulder Bag with Wood Handle. The attractive exterior features stylish pleats on the font with matching jewels running across the bottom. The back is a beautiful matching solid color. Featuring a drop of 6 inches, the handle is made dark wood. Polished silver accents add to the great look of ADA. Inside this stunning bag, you will find a side zippered pocket (great for keys, phone, change, lipstick, and more) and two open pockets for your cell phone and glasses. Lined with durable fabric. Generously sized, ADA measures 13.5" in height, 14.5" wide, and 6" deep. Available colors include: Silver and Gold.

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