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a thick velvety synthetic fabric used for carpets and soft upholstery

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Pitcher Michael Yernia, infielder Josh Raymond and outfielder Moquette were selected to Team Massachusetts, along with Clark University's Derek Dubois of North Shore.
He tried one of the old armchairs, its arms furry, furry moquette, was this moquette?
Another Classic absentee will be See Gold, the shock Stephen Foster Handicap winner who, according to trainer Ron Moquette, will be aimed at the Fayette Stakes at Keeneland and the Clark Handicap at Churchill Downs.
lt;/p> <pre> On waking I realized I'd thrown up on the moquette.
Ogni piccolo particolare era una deduzione, gli strumenti di bordo come i tappetini e la moquette, tranciata di netto all'altezza della quarta fila di sedili.
The Baja Sport features medium gray moquette upholstery with black vinyl bolsters in place of the original Baja model's standard leather-trimmed upholstery.
Previously made with one-piece moquette upholstery, BAA's new terminal seats are now covered with a pure wool material, Bute Kinross, in separate sections, seat pad and back.
While Britain's inhabitants languished back then in moquette armchairs under the influence of Blue Nun and copious cans of Party 7, television presenters of yesteryear were introducing them to the vicarious thrills of Mateus Rose and barbecued sardines.
The rear seats are uncomfort-ably cramped, the cabin is dated, so is the outside, and the raggy fabrics resemble a 50s Moquette three piece suite.
His cigarette has set fire to Colin's 1928 Art Deco settee, a minor crisis he never knew about: the fumes from horsehair and wool moquette having dispersed in fresh air from the window by the time he awoke, and been replaced by those of an al fresco meal of curried local heather-fed (Irons') lamb and whiskey with strong coffee.
Tri-Valley Bank (OTCBB:TRVB) today announced that it has hired Nesly Moquette, Vice President - Business Development, for its Livermore office.
Now travel forward in time a little to the railway's post-Second World War regeneration and the carriages have become more comfortable - leather seats in third class, red moquette in first, and guard-controlled, powered, sliding doors replacing those with hinges.
Ainsi, il travaille sur le papier mais aussi sur le bois et meme sur la moquette.
Pajka (4 for 5) also doubled, drove in four RBIs and scored two runs to pace a Wachusett offense that churned out 15 hits - Tyler Mikrut and Jamill Moquete each went 3 for 4, with Mikrut scoring three runs and Moquette rapping two doubles, scoring twice and driving in two runs.
Camira, a three-times winner of the Queen's Award for Industry, is providing the seat moquette while other firms around the UK will supply the engines, seats, wheelchair ramps and flooring for the diesel electric hybrid buses - billed as the "greenest" of their kind in the world.