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a soft wool fabric with a colorful swirled pattern of curved shapes

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IAN Paisley launches a hefty broadside against the DUP and the church he founded tonight, settling old scores and scratching already seeping wounds.
Among the jaw-dropping revelations in part two of Paisley: Genesis to Revelation, by veteran journalist Eamon Mallie, Dr Paisley slates Robinson because he couldn't keep his own seat in Westminster.
And in a nod to speculation the First Minister has been living separately from his wife Iris, Dr Paisley remarks he himself is loved by his wife with whom he still shares a home.
THE WIFE of legendary Liverpool manager Bob Paisley has died at the age of 96.
Jessie Paisley, who described herself as the "original WAG" was at Bob's side during his impressive nine-year stint as Reds manager.
Paisley had led the church since he founded it in 1951.
There had been speculation that Paisley, Northern Ireland's First Minister and leader of the Democratic Unionist Party, would be given an honorary role in the church.
"The origin of the Paisleys is territorial; from the town, barony and great abbey which bears this familiar name.
"Like so many families from this region, the Paisleys were heavily involved in the weaving trade both at home and abroad, with particular trade interests in the West Indies.
"Losing seats in Northern Ireland is a very serious thing and for East Belfast not to be a unionist seat in the House of Commons is a terrible blow." The documentary reveals how Dr Paisley's special advisor Timothy Johnston handed him a secret document after the party leader asked him for an analysis of the general view of the DUP from inside its own ranks.
Instead, Paisley says the party's selfserving ambitions were awakened and the survey turned into an attack on Paisley's leadership.
It's a style classic that was big news back in the 1970s, and which is now enjoying a massive comeback - Paisley. The patterns are simple yet colourful creating a charming yet laid-back look.
But if Paisley makes you think of heavy retro styling, think again.
Bungalow co-owner John Lyon, who has hosted a number of gigs at the town's favourite music space through his company NN Events, has published an article on his website by contributor Neil McLean, Paisley's Role In The Punk Revolution, which tells the tale of the town's proud musical heritage, in particular its involvement in the punk scene of the 70s and 80s.
Meanwhile, top UK talent such as Boomtown Rats, Elvis Costello and the Buzzcocks all came to Paisley encouraging the likes of The Pencils, The Sneex and Fire Exit to pick up their first guitar.