Recent Examples of undergarment from the Web
Already affordable at a usual price of $28, the undergarment is on sale for $21 at Nordstrom — with free shipping and still deliverable by Christmas Eve!
This year, the drive is lacking on warm undergarments — especially for women.
Adam and his family, who are still receiving donations of clothes, hats, new undergarments, socks, nutrition bars, bottled water and other things, recently dropped off goodie bags to people living on the streets of downtown Chicago.
Joshua Long of Mountain Home was found guilty Nov. 30 of breaking or entering in a Baxter County Circuit Court case for a July 7 Gassville incident where the homeowners discovered him scantily dressed in women's undergarments.
Wimbledon was briefly gripped by a major problem Thursday when an 18-year-old boys singles player failed his pre-match undergarment check.
The book refers to the undergarment at least seven times.
Undershirts have come a long way from their days as an offshoot of the one-piece union suits men wore as undergarments in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to protect precious clothes from sweat.
Similarly, RYSE Center is a local youth-focused organization accepting donations of new socks and undergarments, menstrual hygiene products, gift cards, and more.
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