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  Necktie - Wikivisual
The modern necktie, ascot and bow tie, are descended from the cravat.
Seven-fold neckties are distinguished by the absence of secondary material, such as a lining visible between the layers or a sudden change in consistency along the length of the body.
Removing the necktie as a social and sartorial requirement (and in some cases the forbidding of ties) is a modern trend that historians attribute to the rise of popular culture in the 1960s.
en.wikivisual.com /index.php/Necktie   (2849 words)

  
 Necktie - Patent 5170507
The necktie of claim 22, wherein said means for aligning and joining said matching font and rear pieces comprises a plurality of protrusive members on one of said pieces and matching opposed recesses in the said piece.
necktie, as well as other preformed neckties of the prior art suffer from a construction which permits the zipper to be rubbed or pressed against the knot fabric while the neck loop is being opened or closed.
There remains the need for a preformed necktie which is aesthetically indistinguishable from a hand-tied necktie when worn, is capable of absorbing long-term use and abuse without deforming, breaking or undue wear, is easily installed and removed, and may be produced with minimal labor.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5170507.html   (4873 words)

  
 Tycon II reversible necktie - Patent 6687914
The reversible necktie configuration as in claim 1, further comprising a tab member disposed so as to extend from a narrower longitudinal end of said planar member, said tab comprising a button hole for releasable attachment to a button of a wearer's shirt in either of said necktie configurations.
The reversible necktie configuration as in claim 6, wherein said tab is pivotally attached to said planar member so as to pivot with movement of said planar member when said tab is attached to a wearer's shirt.
The standard necktie uses a lining that is usually thicker and heavier than that of the fabric itself, as a result my invention is just as thin as the standard necktie with the exception of the reversible zipper used in my invention.
www.freepatentsonline.com /6687914.html   (2649 words)

  
 Necktie Art
This unique necktie collection is a tribute to the spirit of the urban work force in the form of a one of a kind, wearable art anthology of recycled flannel shirts.
This comical collection of one of a kind neckties is comprised of 100% cotton fabrics representing wood, nuts and bolts, spattered paint, and extension cords.
These original necktie collages are perfect for that “do it yourselfer” and all the hard-working guys out there who love to “tinker”.
www.debrametler.com /html/necktie_art.html   (143 words)

  
 Necktie a phallic symbol
"the necktie constantly reminds the wearer that his employer, the federal government, and significant others, all have the wearer by the neck...
A necktie is a rope around the neck, a choke collar inviting enslavement that is constantly accepted..." (The Washington Post, 12/23/94).
“The necktie is the male organ made feminine, redesigned to appeal to and entertain the female.
www.centurionministry.org /body/necktie.htm   (1174 words)

  
 Meaning of the Necktie   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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The necktie is derived from the cable-tow in masonry and you can see that all of the corporate world and much of religion wears it, including those who are in the highest seats in the synagogue.
But, it is similar in symbolism to the apron of the LDS endowment and one ultimately needs to understand that it must be cast off.....
www.absalom.com /mormon/contrib/shortridge/necktie.html   (141 words)

  
 Silk Neckties Eagles Wings Silk Neckties Dealer
Though many of the silk neckties sold today are cut in these widths, the section of the silk necktie where the knot is made has remained thick--a hold over from the fat, napkin like neck ties of the 1960s.
Originally, silk neckties were cut from a single large square of silk, which was then folded seven times in order to give the tie a rich fullness.
The fact that the silk necktie can move along this thread means that it won't rip when it's being wrapped tightly around your neck, and that it will, when removed, return to its original shape.
www.necktiesofsilk.com   (1677 words)

  
 eBay Guides - How to Tie a Necktie and Why
The most popular necktie knots are the "Windsor" and the "Four-in-hand." Read on while the experts at DeCalo Fashion expert helps you learn to tie a tie in either knot.
Continue to hold the necktie this way throughout the rest of the process, keeping your thumb firmly behind the knot.
Pull the broad end of the necktie across the font of your chest toward the right, and then around the front of the knot that is now beginning to form.
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 Necktie Summary and Analysis
The necktie is thought to have its origins in the military.
British hospitals are banning neckties, long sleeves and jewelry in an effort to stop the spread of deadly hospital-born infections, according to new rules published Monday.Hospital dress codes typically urge doctors to look professional, which, for male practitioners, has usually meant wearing a tie.
The history of neckties, bow ties, scarves and ascots through the decades shows significant changes to styles, sizes and colors to reflect society in those time periods.
www.bookrags.com /Necktie   (295 words)

  
 History of Necktie.
Believe it or not Croatia is the mother country of the modern necktie but archaeological evidence of the use of neckties goes back to the Chinese and the Romans almost two millenniums back.
The earliest known version of the necktie has been found in the massive mausoleum of China's first emperor, Shih Huang Ti, who was buried in 210 B.C. Desperately afraid of death, the emperor wanted to slaughter an entire to army to accompany him into the next world.
Know mod (for modern) styles were the forerunners of the hippie movement, which often dispensed with neckties altogether, often favoring colorful scarves at the neck, or wearing open shirts with chains or medallions.
www.twilightbridge.com /hobbies/festivals/father/necktie.htm   (3401 words)

  
 necktie - Search Results - MSN Encarta
The necktie (or tie) is a long piece of cloth worn around the neck.
The modern necktie, ascot, and bow tie are...
China.Manufacture and exports woven silk neckties,necktie, uniform ties and cufflinks for men Includes a company profile, a history of the necktie, a necktie guide, necktie photos...
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 Tie-a-Tie.net | Necktie Accessories
By the time your necktie collection is growing and when you are wearing ties on a more regular basis, you may want to think about getting yourself a necktie accessory to hold your tie in place at all times and prevent it from getting in your way when you eat, work or play.
Basically, there are five kinds of necktie accessories - tie bars, tie clips, tie tacks, tie chains and tie straps - made of different types of metals, including gold and silver, or plastics.
Even though whatever type of necktie accessory you choose is eventually up to you, I would recommend using a tie bar or a tie strap.
www.tie-a-tie.net /accessories.html   (736 words)

  
 It's the Ties that Blind: Four Necktie Risks & the Nine Classiest Ties
The most prevalent theory on why ties just keep hanging around (couldn't resist the bad pun) is that, as long as the big-wigs keep wearing ties as a sign of their wealth and stature, so will the young hopefuls who follow them.
In a study, researchers analyzed the neckties of 42 doctors, physician's assistants and medical students at a hospital.
Therefore, before your doc leans over you to inspect your eyes, ears, etc., kindly ask him to tuck his tie in and to refrain from brushing against you with it, as it is a likely carrier of bacteria and other germs.
www.sixwise.com /newsletters/04/12/04/its_the_ties_that_blind_four_necktie_risks__amp_the_nine_classiest_ties.htm   (1201 words)

  
 purevolume™ | Necktie Suicide
NECKTIE SUICIDE: Bearing Witness to the Fall of Rome If you think a name like Necktie Suicide sounds harsh, listen to the Fargo groups new EP, Bearing Witness to the Fall of Rome the opener,Apologies Made without a Response features more screams than a slaughterhouse.
Lush and melodic as it is brutal and intimidating -- usually within the span of one song -- it is justifiably right to accept that Necktie Suicide has created a monster sound that is, of all things, original.
hoping to avoid the trend and almost apparent necessity of genre's and titles, necktie suicide is a group of 4 musicians striving to transcend the common barriers in today's music.
www.purevolume.com /necktiesuicide   (273 words)

  
 Tie A Necktie Easily
The necktie (or tie) is a long piece of woven or knitted material worn around the neck, under the shirt collar and knotted at the throat with the blades resting on the shirt front.
The modern necktie, ascot and bow tie, are descended from the cravat
Neckties often have a much maligned reputation as a fall-back gift for Father's Day, Christmas, birthdays and anniversaries.
hubpages.com /hub/Tie_A_Necktie_Easily?utm_source=rss-author&utm_medium=rss   (968 words)

  
 Father's Day : History Of Necktie
The popular models were to wear the necktie representing the countries of origin—Russian, American, Italian, Irish—experimented with such a model of the necktie.
The necktie became more innovative and imaginative in the 90s—elements from cartoon, ecology, carpet, art, architecture made their presence felt in the necktie designs.
The Futurists made an anti-necktie out of a hard shining metal; the Surrealists depicted everything from dreams to daily life; the necktie was burnt down by the Feminists and the laborers as a patriarchal, authoritarian symbol; then came the pop-art approach: Marilyn Monroe appeared for the first time on a necktie.
www.123greetings.com /events/fathers_day/info/history_of_necktie.html   (626 words)

  
 Necktie Manufacturers,Designer Necktie Manufacturers,Necktie Suppliers India,Designer Necktie Suppliers
We provide you a fine range of plain dyed neckties and polyester neckties that are available in a vast array of colors and designs.
Designed to the highest standards of perfection, and crafted from the finest quality silk, these neckties are exclusive style statements and are ideal for formal as well as casual occasions.
We provide woven silk neckties and gift sets that are ideal for gifting purposes and are available in designer packaging suited to the tastes of our diverse client?le.
www.necktie.co.in   (409 words)

  
 How To Tie A Necktie
Your choice in the type of knot depends on the fabric of the necktie (thickness), the length that you want the tie to be and overall appearance of the knot.
A necktie is tied to the proper length when the tip of the tie lies directly in line with the bottom of your belt buckle.
The small end of the necktie should extend past your collar about one foot depending on how long you want the tie to be.
www.pilottie.com /How-To-Tie-A-Necktie.htm   (1474 words)

  
 wcco.com - The Neck Tie: Back In Style & A Great Gift For Men
Apparently, after years of being on the outs, the necktie is back in.
Lately we've seen a lot of neckties on men in the limelight, particularly young men like Justin Timberlake and Kanye West.
They are shaped like cubes and you'd never guess what there was a tie inside until you opened it up.
wcco.com /morning/neck.tie.style.2.610153.html   (732 words)

  
 How To Tie A Tie
The necktie (or tie) is a long piece of woven or knitted material worn around the neck, under the shirt collar and knotted at the throat with the blades resting on the shirt front.
The modern necktie, ascot and bow tie, are descended from the cravat (derived from "Croat", referring to its Croatian origin).
There are several standard ways to knot a necktie.
www.neckties.com /knots.php   (991 words)

  
 85 Ways to Tie a Necktie
Fink and Mao's analysis of necktie knots is actually a good example of how mathematicians attack real-world problems in an organized, abstract way.
First, a necktie has two ends, but only the wide end is moved in tying the knot.
For example, they found that good necktie knots have approximate symmetry: the number of left moves should be equal to, one more than, or one less than the number of left moves.
www.unc.edu /depts/cmse/math/ties.htm   (766 words)

  
 CD Baby: NECKTIE SUICIDE: Bearing Witness to the Fall of Rome
If you think a name like Necktie Suicide sounds harsh, listen to the Fargo groups new EP, Bearing Witness to the Fall of Rome the opener,Apologies Made without a Response features more screams than a slaughterhouse.
In the evoloution of metal, Necktie Suicide is undeniably the next level of conciousness.
hoping to avoid the trend and almost apparent necessity of genre's and titles, necktie suicide is a group of 5 musicians striving to transcend the common barriers in today's music.
cdbaby.com /cd/necktie   (301 words)

  
 19th Century Collars and Ties
This style was very common from the 1850s to the 1880s, when stiffer collars became the norm.
The 19th Century American man had a considerable choice of necktie styles--and many working class types did without them entirely.
By far the most common was the small, fl, tidy bow tie, but various forms of cravat, from the Windsor, to the Ascot, found their way onto American throats.
www.lahacal.org /gentleman/neckties.html   (385 words)

  
 necktie,silk ...
NECKTIE HOUSE and EMBROIDERY, situated in Bangkok, Thailand specializes in producing medium and high grade neckties such as 100% Thai silk neckties, printed silk neckties, Woven neckties, scarves, Bow ties and Tuxedo sets, etc..
NECKTIE HOUSE and EMBROIDERY keeps on develop new product, controls the quality of products Whenever you have any question, we will try our best to solve it for you.
At NECKTIE HOUSE and EMBROIDERY, our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest caliber.
www.necktie-asia.com   (217 words)

  
 necktie - definition of necktie from YourDictionary.com
Neckties include: cravat, flowing tie, bow tie, stock, four-in-hand tie, string tie, bolo tie, white tie, fl tie, Windsor tie, scarf.
white: As she recounts this story, Relebohile pauses to wipe tears away with the red and white striped necktie of her school uniform.
brilliant: He was well dressed, but his brilliant necktie, shining pin, and glittering rings were flamboyant in their effect.
www.yourdictionary.com /necktie   (221 words)

  
 The Unique Sevenfold Four In Hand Necktie -- iSnare.com Articles
The seven-fold necktie construction method shows us the procedure when it was created in the beginning.
Usually the seven fold necktie can be identified by the missing of the secondary material other than silk is visible in between the layers or a change in consistency for the whole length of the tie.
One of the most expensive neckties you can buy is the sevenfold four in hand necktie.
www.isnare.com /?aid=113019&ca=Society   (897 words)

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