cloth

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  • New schools also appeared in the city and the cloth industry found a new life.
  • A few years later, a market place and cloth hall were built as well.
  • He asked for a cloth and put the Black Stone in its centre.
  • The cloth and the dress distinguished one class of people from the other class.
  • He comes from the cloth where he knows better than that.
  • This traditional Japanese cloth-making process requires many steps, all performed by hand.
  • Within the next ten years, the area developed into a leading market town and a major cloth trade was established.
  • The cloths should not be heavy or they will cause pain by their weight. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • Many of the dead were found with their cloth caps in their mouth.
  • The table was spread with a snow-white cloth -- one that had been brought from over the sea. Cited from From Wealth to Poverty, by Austin Potter
  • White cloths were tied around their left arms to prevent friendly fire.
  • The table is covered by a white table cloth.
  • They were used in trades, such as cloth-making, and usually came with children.
  • When cold cloths alone fail, this more powerful treatment may be tried. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • The same image can be dressed mostly in black and red cloths.
  • Cold cloths are put on the face and around the neck, and these should be changed every three minutes. Cited from The Mother and Her Child, by William S. Sadler and Lena K. Sadler
  • Ice water can be used when cold cloths are needed. Cited from Mother's Remedies, by T. J. Ritter
  • Its citizens were engaged mainly in growing cotton or manufacturing it into cloth.
  • Rather, they are two to three pieces of cloth.
  • In ancient Rome, the cloth and the dress distinguished one class of people from the other class.
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