The freaks part, she says, is inherent—the geeks, the dorks, the nerds (my words), all decked out in costumes and paraphernalia.
I also have Wonder Woman paraphernalia from when I wrote five issues of the comic, and pictures of my husband and kids.
The bulk of the video was of photographs and paraphernalia Young said she found in plain sight on a kitchen counter.
There were elaborate errands, chores, and routines to securing drugs and disposing of paraphernalia.
The conversation turned to Elvis when the Duchess mentioned her growing collection of Presley recordings and paraphernalia.
Cabins roomy and comfortable, furnishings of exquisite taste, all the paraphernalia of the cultured and the rich were there.
You might overlook the most important part of my paraphernalia; and really I am not damaged.
Then came the gowns and skirts, the shirtwaists and all the paraphernalia.
He might have been accorded a Roman triumph had there been time and paraphernalia.
So I was glad to have my bedding and other paraphernalia spread upon a mustabah, or raised stone divan, just within the gate.
1650s, "a woman's property besides her dowry," from Medieval Latin paraphernalia (short for paraphernalia bona "paraphernal goods"), neuter plural of paraphernalis (adj.), from Late Latin parapherna "a woman's property besides her dowry," from Greek parapherna, neuter plural, from para- "beside" (see para- (1)) + pherne "dowry," related to pherein "to carry" (see infer). Meaning "equipment, apparatus" is first attested 1791, from notion of odds and ends.