One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘His office is one of the few in the complex that does not have air-conditioning, and he prefers shirtsleeved dress shirts and rumpled slacks to tailored suits.’
- ‘Maurizio is unlike any doctor I've seen for a long while, nothing like my GP, in her jeans, or the hard-pressed shirtsleeved junior registrars in our local children's casualty department.’
- ‘The initial format was criticised as being less authoritative than other output on the channel, this being blamed on the radical colour and design of the set and the shirtsleeved male presenters.’
- ‘At the bottom end of it, between two of its pillars, was slung a hammock containing a shirtsleeved figure.’
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