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Synonyms for drape

Synonyms for drape

to cover as if with clothes

to sit or lie with the limbs spread out awkwardly

Synonyms for drape

the manner in which fabric hangs or falls

a sterile covering arranged over a patient's body during a medical examination or during surgery in order to reduce the possibility of contamination

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arrange in a particular way

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place casually

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cover as if with clothing

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cover or dress loosely with cloth

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These are cheaper than upholstery silks and come in a wider range of colours (though narrower), but drape beautifully.
Designer Nikhil Mehra gives it a thumbs up, saying, " It's nice to see Gauri wearing an unlikely drape on the red carpet.
Drapes are used heavily throughout the collection, with shapes that wrap across the body in sculptural forms and fabrics that look almost liquid to the touch.
Interestingly, FDA appears to have adopted a change requested by 3M for the last item on this list (KKX Drapes that include an antimicrobial agent).
As already mentioned, Drape was an exact contemporary of Gill.
According to RCAI, drape forming offers new design opportunities.
Drape weaves relevant history around the jockey, describing the circumstances that Winkfield faced--early 20th century racism in America, pre-World War I Europe, the Communist revolution in Russian, the emergence of Nazism and, of course, World War II.
Its narrative revolves around the decision to replace the library drapes, and three rival sets of drapes emerge as contenders: the first, a plain, functional set ordered by Miss Inch (Lillian Gish), the clinic's accountant; the second a set that are to be made in-house and will use the drawings of one of the patients, Stevie Holte (John Kerr); the last, a more exclusive set ordered by Karen McIver (Gloria Grahame), wife of the clinic's director, in cahoots with Regina Mitchell-Smith, the president of the clinic's Board of Trustees.
Glasscock III, MD, FACS, combine the advantages of several drapes into one practical solution that addresses the needs of all Otology and Neurotology surgeons.
The Securline operating room camera drape provides more than 8 feet of a clear polyethylene sterile barrier that slips over an operating room camera and cable.
I liked the negative space in the birdbath, and had been using it to drape clay slabs for large ceramic plates in my personal work.
When he graduated from Parsons, Velasco went to work for French designer Rossette Harris, who taught him to drape and alter women's clothes.
Note: Most people will be aware of some of the major European surgical drape and gown manufacturers such as BDF Healthcare and Synergy Health plc, but this report looks at all 25 of the top companies; companies like JKT Ltd.
All the drapes are made of an absorbent and impervious PE/PP nonwoven material to prevent strike-through and subsequent contamination of the surgical site/ Each drape also has a peelable adhesive tape and can be used alone or in combination, giving flexibility to individual procedural needs.
Bow & Drape, the fashion brand that lets women add their personal touch to every piece, is partnering with Shapeways, the world's leading 3D printing marketplace and community, to launch a line of 3D printed, jewelry-grade metal accessories for Fall 2013