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A cufflink (also cuff link or cuff-link) is a decorative fastener worn by men and women to fasten the two sides of the cuff on a dress shirt or blouse.

The forerunner of today’s shirt first appeared in the early-16th century, its ruffled wristband finished with small openings on either side that tied together with "cuff strings." Although cuff strings would remain popular well into the nineteenth century, it was during the reign of Louis XIV that shirt sleeves started to be fastened with boutons de manchette, or "sleeve buttons," typically identical pairs of coloured glass buttons joined together by a short, linked chain.

By 1715, simple, paste-glass buttons had given way to pairs of two, decoratively painted or jeweled studs, typically diamonds, connected by ornate gold links.

Hence was born the cuff "link", whether simple glass buttons or gilded and bejeweled studs.

Cufflinks are designed only for use with shirts which have buttonholes on both sides but no buttons. These may be either single or double-length ("French") cuffs, and may be worn either "kissing," with the ends pinched together, or "barrel-style," with one end overlapping the other. The "barrel-style" was popularized by a famous 19th century entertainer and clown, Dan Rice; however, "kissing" cuffs are usually preferred.

Cufflink designs vary widely. The simplest design consists of a short post or chain connecting two disc-shaped parts. The part positioned on the most visible side is usually larger; a variety of designs can connect the smaller piece: It may be small enough to fit through the button hole like a button would; it may be separated and attached from the other side; or it may have a portion that swivels on the central post, aligning with the post while the link is threaded through the button-hole and swiveling into a position at right angles to the post when worn.

"Dumbbell" or shank-style cufflinks were popular during the early-20th century, particularly in America.

The visible part of a cufflink is often monogrammed or decorated in some way. There are numerous styles including novelty cufflinks, traditional cufflinks, contemporary cufflinks, utility cufflinks, and humorous cufflinks.

Jewellery
Forms 

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    Belt buckle
    Belly chain
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    Bracelet
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    Crown
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    Ring
    Tiara
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Making 
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    Nacre

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    Skort
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    Scarf
    Sunglasses
    Suspenders

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    Buttonhole
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    Cuff
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    Fly
    Hemline
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    Snap
    Strap
    Train
    Velcro
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    Yoke
    Zipper

Folk costume 

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    Batik
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    Dashiki
    Deel
    Dhoti
    Dirndl
    Djellaba
    Fustanella
    Gákti
    Gho / Kira
    Grass skirt
    Hanfu
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    Highland dress
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    Jellabiya
    Jilbāb
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    Kilt
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    Sampot
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    Sari
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    Shalwar kameez
    Sherwani
    Tangzhuang
    Thawb
    Turban
    Ushanka
    Vietnamese

See also 

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    Clothing terminology
    Costume
    Dress code
    Fashion
    Formal wear
    Ironing
    History of clothing
    Laundry
    Locking clothing
    Maternity clothing
    Reversible garment



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The Kingdom of Great Britain resulted from the political union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland with the Acts of Union 1707 on 1 May 1707 under Queen Anne. In 1801, under a new Act of Union, this kingdom merged with the Kingdom of Ireland to create the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. After the Irish War of Independence (1919–1921) most of Ireland seceded from the Union, which then became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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List of most populous built-up areas in England and Wales[edit]

The list below shows the most populous Built-up areas in England and Wales as defined by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showing all those with a population in excess of 100,000 at the 2011 census.
Rank    Built-up area[2]    Population
(2011 Census)[2]
Area (km²)[2]    Density (People/km²)[2]    Major subdivisions[2]    Metropolitan Area[3][4]    Notable changes between 2001 and 2011 censuses [5]
1    Greater London Built-up area    9,787,426    1,737.9    5,630    London Boroughs, Hemel Hempstead, Watford, Woking, Harlow, St Albans    London    The addition of Guildford, Harlow, Bracknell and St Albans
2    Greater Manchester Built-up area    2,553,379    630.3    4,051    Manchester, Salford, Bolton, Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale, Bury    Manchester    The addition of Golborne, Glossop and Newton-le-Willows
3    West Midlands Built-up area    2,440,986    598.9    4,076    Birmingham, Wolverhampton, West Bromwich, Dudley, Walsall, Solihull    West Midlands    
4    West Yorkshire Built-up area    1,777,934    487.8    3,645    Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Keighley, Halifax    Leeds-Bradford    The addition of Halifax
5    Liverpool Built-up area    864,122    199.6    4,329    Liverpool, Bootle, Litherland, Crosby, Prescot, St. Helens, Ashton-in-Makerfield    Liverpool    The addition of Ashton-in-Makerfield
6    South Hampshire Built-up area    855,569    192.0    4,455    Southampton, Portsmouth, Eastleigh, Gosport, Fareham, Havant, Horndean    Southampton-Portsmouth    Portsmouth Urban Area and Southampton Urban Area combined into one.
The addition of Hedge End, Locks Heath, Bursledon and Whiteley. Stubbington and Lee-on-the-Solent are no longer part of the built-up area.
7    Tyneside Built-up area    774,891    180.5    4,292    Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, South Shields, Tynemouth, Wallsend, Whitley Bay, Jarrow    Newcastle-Sunderland    Washington, Chester-Le-Street, Hetton-le-Hole and Houghton-le-Spring are no longer part of the built-up area.
8    Nottingham Built-up area    729,977    176.4    4,139    Nottingham, Beeston, Carlton, West Bridgford, Ilkeston, Hucknall    Nottingham-Derby    
9    Sheffield Built-up area    685,368    167.5    4,092    Sheffield, Rotherham, Rawmarsh    Sheffield    
10    Bristol Built-up area    617,280    144.4    4,274    Bristol, Filton, Pill, Frampton Cotterell, Winterbourne    Bristol    
11    Leicester Built-up area    508,916    109.4    4,653    Leicester, Syston, Whetstone, Birstall, Narborough, Enderby    Leicester    Ratby no longer part of the built-up area.
Addition of Narborough and Enderby
12    Brighton and Hove Built-up area    474,485    89.4    5,304    Brighton and Hove, Worthing, Littlehampton, Shoreham-by-Sea    Brighton    Rottingdean, Saltdean and Findon are no longer part of the built-up area.
13    Bournemouth/Poole Built-up area    466,266    131.0    3,559    Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Ferndown, New Milton, Wimborne Minster    Bournemouth/Poole    Ferndown and Wimborne Minster now part of the built-up area.
14    Cardiff Built-up area    447,287    102.3    4,370    Cardiff, Caerphilly, Penarth, Pontypridd    Cardiff-Newport    Caerphilly and Pontypridd now part of the built-up area.
15    Teesside Built-up area    376,633    108.2    3,482    Middlesbrough, Stockton-On-Tees, Billingham, Redcar    Middlesbrough    
16    Stoke-on-Trent Built-up area    372,775    103.9    3,588    Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Kidsgrove    Stoke-on-Trent    
17    Coventry Built-up area    359,262    81.3    4,420    Coventry, Bedworth    West Midlands    
18    Sunderland Built-up area    335,415    83.5    4,018    Sunderland, Washington, Chester-Le-Street, Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring    Newcastle-Sunderland    Addition of Washington, Chester-Le-Street, Hetton-le-Hole and Houghton-le-Spring
19    Birkenhead Built-up area    325,264    88.2    3,687    Birkenhead, Wallasey, Ellesmere Port, Bebington    Liverpool    
20    Reading Built-up area    318,014    83.7    3,800    Reading, Wokingham, Woodley, Crowthorne    London    Bracknell no longer part of the built-up area.
21    Kingston upon Hull Built-up area    314,018    82.6    3,802    Kingston upon Hull, Cottingham, Hessle    Hull    
22    Preston Built-up area    313,322    82.4    3,802    Preston, Bamber Bridge, Chorley, Fulwood, Leyland    Preston    
23    Newport Built-up area    306,844    84.2    3,643    Newport, Pontypool, Cwmbran, Blackwood, Risca, Ystrad Mynach    Cardiff-Newport    Pontypool, Cwmbran and Blackwood added to the built-up area.
24    Swansea Built-up area    300,352    87.6    3,431    Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot, Ystradgynlais, Pontardawe    Swansea    Ystradgynlais now part of the built-up area.
25    Southend-on-Sea Built-up area    295,310    71.8    4,111    Southend-on-Sea, Hullbridge, Rayleigh, Rochford    London    Hullbridge now part of the built-up area.
26    Derby Built-up area    270,468    64.1    4,219    Derby, Borrowash, Duffield    Nottingham-Derby    
27    Plymouth Built-up area    260,203    59.7    4,356    Plymouth, Plymstock    Plymouth    
28    Luton Built-up area    258,018    50.7    5,088    Luton, Dunstable, Houghton Regis    London    
29    Farnborough/Aldershot Built-up area    252,397    78.5    3,217    Farnborough, Aldershot, Camberley, Farnham, Frimley, Sandhurst, Yateley    London    
30    Medway Towns Built-up area    243,931    52.2    4,677    Gillingham, Chatham, Rochester    London    
31    Blackpool Built-up area    239,409    61.3    3,908    Blackpool, Lytham St Annes, Poulton-le-Fylde, Thornton, Cleveleys    Blackpool    Fleetwood no longer forms part of the built-up area.
32    Milton Keynes Built-up area    229,941    62.5    3,678    Milton Keynes, Bletchley, Newport Pagnell, Woburn Sands    Milton Keynes    The addition of Woburn Sands.
33    Barnsley/Dearne Valley Built-up area    223,281    59.7    3,739    Barnsley, Wath upon Dearne, Wombwell, Hoyland    Sheffield    
34    Northampton Built-up area    215,963    57.9    3,731    Northampton, Collingtree    Northampton    
35    Norwich Built-up area    213,166    61.9    3,444    Norwich, Taverham, Costessey, Cringleford    Norwich    
36    Swindon Built-up area    185,609    47.1    3,945    Swindon, Broad Blunsdon, Blunsdon St Andrew    Swindon    
37    Crawley Built-up area    180,508    58.1    3,107    Crawley, Horley, East Grinstead, Copthorne, Crawley Down    London    The addition of East Grinstead, Copthorne and Crawley Down.
Reigate and Redhill no longer part of the built-up area.
38    Ipswich Built-up area    178,835    49.1    3,639    Ipswich, Kesgrave, Woodbridge    Ipswich    
39    Wigan Built-up area    175,405    43.8    4,009    Wigan, Skelmersdale, Standish, Ince-in-Makerfield    Manchester/Liverpool    
40    Mansfield Built-up area    171,958    48.4    3,556    Mansfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Mansfield Woodhouse    Nottingham-Derby    
41    Oxford Built-up area    171,380    37.4    4,585    Oxford, Kennington, Wheatley    Oxford    The addition of Kennington and Wheatley.
42    Warrington Built-up area    165,456    44.9    3,686    Warrington    Manchester/Liverpool    
43    Slough Built-up area    163,777    34.1    4,797    Slough, Stoke Poges, Poyle    London    
44    Peterborough Built-up area    163,379    44.2    3,693    Peterborough, Farcet    Peterborough    
45    Cambridge Built-up area    158,434    42.1    3,760    Cambridge, Fen Ditton, Girton, Histon    Cambridge    
46    Doncaster Built-up area    158,141    43.5    3,634    Doncaster, Bentley, Armthorpe, Sprotbrough    Sheffield    
47    York Built-up area    153,717    34.0    4,518    York, Earswick    York    
48    Gloucester Built-up area    150,053    40.4    3,718    Gloucester, Innsworth    Gloucester-Cheltenham    
49    Burnley Built-up area    149,422    35.7    4,183    Burnley, Colne, Nelson    Blackburn-Burnley    
50    Telford Built-up area    147,980    47.7    3,103    Telford, Broseley    Telford    
51    Blackburn Built-up area    146,521    35.6    4,115    Blackburn, Darwen    Blackburn-Burnley    
52    Basildon Built-up area    144,859    37.1    3,902    Basildon, Wickford, Ramsden Heath, North Benfleet    London    The addition of Wickford to the urban area.
53    Grimsby Built-up area    134,160    35.3    3,804    Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Waltham    Grimsby    
54    Hastings Built-up area    133,422    33.2    4,019    Hastings, Bexhill    Hastings    
55    High Wycome Built-up area    133,204    39.2    3398    High Wycombe, Cookham, Hughenden Valley    London    
56    Thanet Built-up area    125,370    27.9    4,495    Margate, Ramsgate, Broadstairs    Thanet    
57    Accrington/Rossendale Built-up area    125,059    30.0    4,168    Accrington, Rawtenstall, Bacup, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Oswaldtwistle    Blackburn-Burnley    Accrington Urban Area and Rossendale Urban Area combined.
58    Burton-upon-Trent Built-up area    122,199    35.0    3,487    Burton-upon-Trent, Swadlincote    Burton-upon-Trent    The addition of Swadlincote, Stapenhill and Winshill[6]
59    Colchester Built-up area    121,859    32.7    3,732    Colchester, Marks Tey    Colchester    
60    Eastbourne Built-up area    118,219    25.1    4,705    Eastbourne, Polegate    Eastbourne    
61    Exeter Built-up area    117,763    28.5    4,133    Exeter, Topsham    Exeter    
62    Cheltenham Built-up area    116,447    28.9    4,034    Cheltenham,    Gloucester-Cheltenham    
63    Paignton/Torquay Built-up area    115,410    31.5    3,667    Paignton, Torquay, Marldon    Torbay    
64    Lincoln Built-up area    114,879    32.7    3,518    Lincoln, North Hykeham    Lincoln    
65    Chesterfield Built-up area    113,057    34.6    3,263    Chesterfield, Staveley, Wingerworth, Holymoorside    Sheffield    
66    Chelmsford Built-up area    111,511    26.2    4,259    Chelmsford, Little Waltham    London    
67    Basingstoke    107,642    29.4    3,662    Basingstoke    Basingstoke    
68    Maidstone    107,627    25.4    4,229    Maidstone    London    
69    Bedford Built-up area    106,940    24.8    4,309    Bedford, Kempston    Bedford    
70    Worcester Built-up area    101,659    24.7    4,121    Worcester, Norton    Worcester    
List of most populous urban areas in Scotland[edit]

The list below shows the most populous Built-up areas in Scotland as defined by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showing all those with a population in excess of 50,000 at the 2001 census.
Rank    Urban Area[7]    Population
(2001 Census)
Area (km²)    Density (People/km²)    Major subdivisions    Metropolitan Area[8][4]
1    Greater Glasgow    1,199,629    368.47    3,171.0    Glasgow, Paisley, Coatbridge, Clydebank, Motherwell, Wishaw    Glasgow
2    Edinburgh    420,893    120.11    3,765.0    Edinburgh, Musselburgh    Edinburgh
3    Aberdeen    193,379    60.94    3,238    Aberdeen, Cove Bay, Dyce    Aberdeen
4    Dundee    157,808    67    3,298    Dundee    Dundee
5    Falkirk    88,109    36.10    2,532    Falkirk, Grangemouth, Carron, Polmont, Stenhousemuir    Falkirk
6    East Kilbride    70,579    24.12    3,060    East Kilbride    Glasgow
7    Blantyre/Hamilton    68,572    22.63    2,911    Blantyre, Hamilton    Glasgow
8    Ayr/Prestwick    61,411    23.57    2,604    Ayr, Prestwick    Ayr
9    Livingston    50,771    26.07    2,283    Livingston, East Calder, Mid Calder    Edinburgh
List of most populous urban areas in Northern Ireland[edit]

The list below shows the most populous Built-up areas in Northern Ireland as defined by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showing all those with a population in excess of 50,000 at the 2001 census.
Rank    Urban Area[9]    Population
(2001 Census)
Area (km²)    Density (People/km²)    Major subdivisions    Metropolitan Area[10][4]
1    Belfast Metropolitan Urban Area    579,554    161.67    2,990.2    Belfast, Castlereagh, Newtownabbey, Lisburn, Bangor    Belfast
2    Derry Urban Area    90,736    37.18    2,440    Derry, Culmore, Strathfoyle, Newbuildings, Creggan    Londonderry
3    Craigavon    57,685    37.70    1,530    Craigavon, Lurgan, Portadown, Bleary    Craigavon
Commentary[edit]

There is a spectrum that can be drawn between the conurbations that have a clear 'head' (such as Bristol and Leicester) to those that do not, known as multi-centred conurbations (such as Bournemouth/Poole and Teesside), via ones that are more borderline (West Midlands). In the case of the West Midlands, for example, the largest city, Birmingham did expand massively and is now considered to include areas that were formerly independent towns, such as Sutton Coldfield and Aston. However, here it stopped, with the Black Country and Wolverhampton retaining strong identities.
There are also various places where whilst not actually running into each other, the amount of development in a large area is substantial. Heavily built up areas of this type include :
West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire, which are all heavily built up but not entirely devoid of countryside (both are metropolitan counties).
The area consisting of Greater Manchester, Merseyside and parts of Cheshire (mainly Halton (borough) and Warrington) is heavily built up and considered by some to be a conurbation[11][12]
The London Commuter Belt consisting of Greater London and large densely populated parts of the home counties is heavily built up and is considered one of the world's largest cities.
Cardiff/Newport, consisting of the cities of Cardiff and Newport, Cwmbran, much of the eastern South Wales Valleys with towns such as Risca, Pontypool and Caerphilly and part of the Vale of Glamorgan including Penarth and Barry.[4]
The Nottingham-Derby Metropolitan area which mainly consists of three large conurbations, the Nottingham Urban Area, the Derby Urban Area and the Mansfield Urban Area.[4]

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