DELIMIRA specializes in providing classic everyday bras.
We believe beauty begins with inner. Close-fitting and comfortable underwear helps women feel confident of their bodies. Whatever the occasion, style or size is,we've got everything you need to find your perfect fit.
Designed for bustier women, this seamless bra with lightly lined creates a natural, flattering shape.
Added stretch, adjustable straps and hidden underwire work together to offer the perfect amount of support for you, helping you stay comfortable and feel confident all day.
Made of smooth and soft material, this full coverage bra lays nicely under form-fitting comfortably.
Slightly padded cups offer great support without bulky shape
Supportive bra with hidden underwires lift your breasts well
Smooth back and side stays invisible under t shirt
Padded straps pamper your shoulder offering all day comfort
Seamless Padded Cups
Smooth Back and Side
Padded Cushioned Straps
Network Rail are undertaking a long-term project to upgrade the overhead power lines on our route over the next few months.
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Join the Dynamic duo. Use the c2c Train Travel app and Smartcard together to make your journey a lot easier.
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Engineering work is taking place between Christmas and New Year, check your travel.
Please wear a face covering when travelling and be considerate of other passengers.
From: Mon 22 November 2021
To: Thu 25 November 2021
Avg. time: 27 mins
Avg time: 1 hour
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Note that there can be multiple Railcards selected, and a number value (Number of Passengers with Selected Railcard)
must be sent for each one selected.
The way it works is all selected "Railcards" are sent as a comma-delimited list in the rc
field, and all the "Number of Passengers with Selected Railcard" are sent as a comma-delimited list in the rcc
field which matches the order of the Railcards in the rc field.
So if there are two "16-25 Railcards" and one "HM Forces Railcard" it will be sent as:
Also note that WebTIS doesn't handle Railcards very well, so this might not work well anyway. :(