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wickerwork box

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a container that is usually woven and has handles

the quantity contained in a basket

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horizontal circular metal hoop supporting a net through which players try to throw the basketball

a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop

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Physopleurella flava Carayon, 1956 was intercepted on basketware arriving from the Philippines.
The India Sourcing Fair: Home Products show will feature quality suppliers of a wide range of products made in India, such as kitchenware, basketware, arts & crafts, and ceramics & porcelain.
The gathering of rattan and various other products of the forest enabled the Lahanan to acquire a cash income from either the raw product or from mats and basketware produced from rattan.
Edwin took a job shovelling coal from the railway sidings into the gasworks, but after his marriage to Susie (also Orchard) in 1899, the couple worked on fairgrounds to raise the money for a horse and wagon, and then they took to the roads of the south-west selling basketware and haberdashery.
Whether woven from willow, hazel or rattan, basketware is perfect for the garden.
For the October edition of the show, five new product categories: baby and children's products, basketware, handicrafts, ceramics and porcelain, and garden and outdoor products will be added to make the event more comprehensive in range.
Indoors Dobbies provides a wonderfully diverse collection of gifts and homeware such as silk and dried flowers, candles, country foods, rugs, toys and games, basketware, giftware, pictures and toiletries.
Stalls sell everything from fur coats to carving knives, basketware to berets, all squeezed between mountains of mushrooms, hanging sausages and hams, sacks of walnuts and dried fruit.
In an impassioned attempt to impart his knowledge and beliefs, Seymour takes us on a nostalgic, if somewhat rose-tinted, journey through recent history, back to a world of real craftsmen (and apprentices), beautifully turned wooden furniture, hand thrown pots, basketware, the family pig, cow, goat and hens, home churned butter and cured meats, home produced jam, honey, cheese and gallons of whole milk and cream.