ucipital mapilary cowl
Just because there’s no such thing as the “ucipital mapilary” doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep it warm. Screenwriter Samson Raphaelson coined the fictional phrase for the 1941 Hitichcock thriller Suspicion. The actual anatomical term is “suprasternal notch” (fossa jugularis sternalis): the visible dip where the clavicles join the sternum. Often regarded as a mark of beauty, Johnnie Aysgarth makes it the focus of his hill-top wooing. Ucipital mapilary or suprasternal notch, Cary Grant can call it whatever he likes.
The flared bottom of this cowl is perfect for keeping your ucipital mapilary warm, cosy, and ready for wooing.
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