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No More Poking , Prodding ,itching Or Scratching ! * Say Goodbye To Pinching ,binding ,chafing And Discomfort * Prevents Bra-bulge And Underarm Cleavage * Fits Pefectly Even If You Gain Or Lose Weight * Machine Washable And Easy To Clean A Seamless Microfiber Pullover With Superior Support ! Soft Full Coverage Cups Ultra Wide Comfort Straps Four-way Knitted Fabric Ribbed Band For A Cozy Fit Not Just A Sports Bra - MUCH More Comfortable! Tired Of Bras That Stretch, Pill And Fade? This Bra Is Machine Washable And Dryer-safe And Made From Nylon Blend Fabric That Keeps Its Shape, Form, And Color Over Time. Even Better, You'll Never Have To Try On A Bra Again. You Can Simply Shop Your Top! All You Need To Know Is Your Shirt Size - Your Cup Size Is Irrelevant! And Best Of All, The ANSH Bra Is Designed To Expand And Contract With You As Your Body Size Fluctuates. This Means That You No Longer Have To Go Out And Buy New Bras Every Time You Gain Or Lose Weight!
Brand
Ansh Fashion Wear
Product Code
APPANSH-DESIGNEANSH67687B1099C2D
Color
White
Size
M
Material
Cotton
Gender
Women
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Is that big black bird a crow or a raven? How can you tell? Ravens (seen right here) often travel in pairs, while crows (left) are seen in larger groups. Also, study the tail as the bird flies overhead. A crow's tail is shaped like a fan, while the raven's tail appears wedge-shaped. Another clue is to listen closely to the birds' calls. Crows give a cawing sound, but ravens produce a lower croaking sound. To learn more about crows and ravens, you can visit All About Birds. Or, get information when you take a class from your local Audubon society.

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