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  • She wore a white halter, tight fitting, glittering jeans and black felt boots.
  • Valenok is a knee-long warm felt boot ( actually made from woollen fibre ).
  • Viktor said, shuffling his feet in large felt boots.
  • Dressed in paper-thin clothes and felt boots, they worked 14-hour shifts, unless the temperature dropped to 50 below zero.
  • For footwear, Cuman men and women wore long leather or felt boots with support straps connected to their belt.
  • "I want them to know how much I appreciate this, " she said, looking down shyly at her well-worn felt boots.
  • "This is what I sleep in, " said the 65-year-old former factory worker, dressed in layers of sweaters and traditional felt boots.
  • Legions of men troop into Moscow's Rizhsky train station in the pre-dawn darkness every winter weekend, wearing felt boots and carrying giant drills.
  • The earrings and black felt boots fit the persona he built while singing with rock bands Damian, the Fury, the LA Sharks and Bad Boys.
  • An elderly couple in fur hat, scarf and felt boots trudge down Lenin Street hauling a sled with a barrelful of fish to the local fish-processing plant.
  • There are also a Museum of Valenki ( " valenki " being a type of Russian felt boots ), an ethnographic museum, an art gallery, and more.
  • But for Tamara Zhelnikova, 50, a milkmaid with a kerchief on her head and thick felt boots inside her galoshes, the biggest improvement is a strip of concrete.
  • Shevchenko, 44, has led Norwegians and Germans into the Russian wilderness, where he cuts an unusual figure wearing a tank helmet lined with dog fur over a tunic and knee-high felt boots.
  • "If we send tanks against civilians, it'll be just like the Soviet Union-- what if they did the same to my mother in Belarus ? " he said, shuffling his feet in large felt boots.
  • "If we send tanks against civilians, it'll be just like the Soviet Union-- what if they did the same to my mother in Belarus ? " he said, shuffling his feet in large, felt boots.
  • A Soviet source acknowledged 500 frostbite casualties in the Kamyshin brigade alone, which was recklessly committed from the milder climate of the southern Volga region before receiving proper winter clothing, such as felt boots and sheepskin coats.
  • These objects, such as felt boots, woollen mittens, hats with ear-flaps, downy ( fluffy ) shawls, which were elements of the basic peasant s clothing, are still very much  alive and being worn to this day.
  • In the mid-20th century, American anglers developed felt boot soles for a better grip in rocky rivers : but felt is now prohibited in some US states, as a vector of fish and plant diseases that damage sport fisheries.
  • I hacked myself a thick 5-foot pole and, with new felt boot-bottoms, maneuvered slowly toward a deep, black pool where a trout that had been holding on in that raging stream just might stop in the slow water for a bite to eat.
  • Throughout the conflict, the MPR s economy was re-calibrated to provide material support to the Soviet Union in the form of livestock, raw materials, money, food, military clothing, meat, sheep skin, felt boots, fur lined coats, and funding for several Soviet military units.
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