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a table linen made from linen with a damask pattern

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a fabric of linen or cotton or silk or wool with a reversible pattern woven into it

having a woven pattern

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Well, did you notice two windows hung with yellow damask, and one with white damask with a red cross?
The carving of the back gradually assumed the lineaments and expression of an old, shrivelled human face; the damask cushion became an antique, flapped waistcoat; the round knobs grew into a couple of feet, encased in red cloth slippers; and the whole chair looked like a very ugly old man, of the previous century, with his arms akimbo.
The old man seemed gradually blending into the chair, the damask waistcoat to resolve into a cushion, the red slippers to shrink into little red cloth bags.
I don't think there is the slightest possibility of Miss Polly's being either," added Sydney with a look which made it evident that concealment had not seriously damaged Polly's damask cheek as yet.
Below: Gothic damask flock cobalt wallpaper, PS75 per roll, Graham & Brown
Powder and Damask is impressive in many ways, from the careful preservation of these magnificent pieces to the highly sought after nature of the artefacts," Dr Mounia Chekhab Abudaya, co-curator of the exhibition at MIA said.
Since the early morning, local farmers headed to the village's fields and started to pick the Damask roses which are renowned for their genuine fragrance and highest
Owing to the specific climatic and soil conditions, the Community of Agros has come to be identified with damask rose growing and processing and over the years a number of cultural traditions have developed in connection with this," the EC said.
In addition to four en suite guest/family bedrooms on the second floor, there's a master suite composed of an oversized "bedroom, a TV lounge with champagne-colored, damask wall covering, a tented ceiling treatment, a large city-view terrace, and a custom-fitted walk-in closet/dressing room with lighted shoe shelves.
The Damask rose is traditionally grown in the Valley of Roses (Rozovata Dolina) a the area of the towns of Kazanlak and Karlovo in Central Bulgaria at elevations between 370 and 625 m, but, according to the official definition, it can be grown in certain areas of the Plovdiv, Stara Zagora, Pazadrzhik ad Sofia regions.
Aleppo and lift the blockade of the Syrian-Iraqi border, which is the main corridor of aid for Damask.
3 Lace-like damasks and flocked fabrics in tones from raspberry to black grape are dominating new upholstered furniture like this chair from Cyan Design ($1,172.
uk STELLAR'S new Damask knives fuse 16 layers of Damask steel to each side of a layer of carbon steel.