- n a garment (as a dress or coat) with a full length opening; adjusts to the body by wrapping around
- Since when is Jane Goodall such a diva? The light is dim in a friend's London townhouse, but she has dark, wraparound, Hepburnian sunglasses on anyway.
- Some people see it in sparkling digital clarity on wraparound screens in ultraswank theaters; others watch the same movie the same day on an 8-ft.
- Showgoers queued up for a chance to park themselves in front of a huge wraparound screen, strap on a pair of battery-powered goggles and enter a startlingly realistic 3-D world.
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- Michigan House Envy: Climb aboard this lakefront getaway in Saugatuck
This $10-million beach home rises among the sand dunes and shoreline of Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Kalamazoo River. Built in a modern shingle style, the 8,365-square-foot house with its wraparound decks and adjoining three-bedroom guesthouse is anchored firmly into the Saugatuck dunescape. Yet an inside tour can feel like a stroll across the sun-drenched deck of a lake-going vessel. That ...
June 25, 2013 - Detroit Free Press
- Ryan Malone in Ottawa Citizen
Sid did a real good job fighting off two guys before he got it to the net,said Malone. "Gerber was out too far, I tried a wraparound and it went in. They kept battling. We knew they were going to do that."
- Mike Babcock in Toronto Sun
I thought this was our best game as far as controlling with our forechecking,Wings coach Mike Babcock said. "Then they got that wraparound goal and the ice tilted a little bit."
- Steve Goldsmith in Reuters
Wraparound Milwaukee`s care model breaks through rigid program silos and delivers cost effective and higher quality care that involves families from day one,said Stephen Goldsmith, director of the Innovations in American Government program at...