- to interweave
- Fabric series: cotton ramie flax various ramie cotton blended interleaving elastic small jacquard products.
- A flat-heeled sandal with an upper of woven leather strips.
- Fitzgerald's migration from the perceived margins of american literary discourse to status as a posthumous centered canonical figure has three specific dimensions-the geographical the canonical and the moral-all of which combine to produce a significant ambivalence beyond "modernist" credentials in his life and legacy.
- The wonderful sound of gliding pebbles under their feet and songs mingle with each other and become fairly poetic.
- His descriptions of the village are sewn with reminiscence of his own childhood.
- Their story is interwoven with that of the great empires on either side of them egypt to the south and the changing empires of syria assyria and babylon to the north.
- The reticular water pipe make us comfortable and convenient in daily life.
- In order to reduce cost of medical wound dressing new type medical wound dressing was designed by satin stitch and interweaving of weft and warp the designed wound dressing was compared with two kinds of nonwoven fabric of pure chitin.
- The horizontal threads interlaced through the warp in a woven fabric; woof.
- Sentiment and attitude mixed with admiration and hatred--a summary of the forum on "culture and literature in the globalization context"
- Mountains and rivers are interlaced here so the phrase "river bend" is in the names of many nearby villages.
- Hunting their living meat as the yeehats were hunting it on the flanks of the migrating moose the wolf pack had at last crossed over from the land of streams and timber and invaded buck's valley.
- Is that not the perfect visual image of life and death?
- Numerous spice notes emerge on swirling with white pepper and coriander mingling with notes of red fruits.
- A design combining or interweaving letters or initials; a monogram.