The young women are more modestly dressed, wearing jeans with tunics or trench coats, many but not all in headscarves.
His plays have typically been dog-eat-dog affairs; it makes sense that he views politics as trench warfare.
The 'floral' trench at the Chelsea Flower Show was created by a team representing the City of Birmingham.
There was a lot of trench warfare between the Princesses Margaret and Michael, too.
Indeed, price tends to be a deciding factor in selecting a trench philosophy.
At the beginning of the war a new shoe was designed for trench service.
The captured first trench was utilized by the attacking force.
I had not heard a bullet whistle over since I entered the trench.
A few minutes only and the first Russian trench line was reached.
From the latter opened the "dug-outs" which were the dwelling places of the men on trench duty.
late 14c., "track cut through a wood," later "long, narrow ditch" (late 15c.), from Old French trenche "a slice, ditch" (late 13c.), from trenchier "to cut," possibly from Vulgar Latin *trincare, from Latin truncare "to cut or lop off" (see truncate). Trenches for military protection are first so called c.1500. Trench warfare first attested 1918. Trench-coat first recorded 1916, a type of coat worn by British officers in the trenches.
A long, steep-sided valley on the ocean floor. Trenches form when one tectonic plate slides beneath another plate at a subduction zone. The Marianas Trench, located in the western Pacific east of the Philippines, is the deepest known trench (10,924 m or 35,831 ft) and the deepest area in the ocean.