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drape

1. a cloth or hanging that covers something in folds; drapery
2. the way in which fabric hangs
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I think the Hollywood sign itself stands for something without having to alter it or put a drape over it,'' said Commissioner Christopher Pak.
Elasticity and stitch definition come from the yarn's construction; drape refers to a feature of the knitted fabric the yarn creates.
Accessorising is the secret to perfecting one's own style, individuality is in each detail, and a simple drape is the sartorial staple for all.
A surgical drape is defined as sterile fabric or fabric-like material used to isolate the surgical site from the rest of the body and other possible sources of contamination.
KGW--Ring (Wound Protector), Drape Retention, Internal
To prevent this, suppliers are developing new surgical drapes designed to cover specific medical equipment, and for patient procedures to help maintain a sterile field and protect this valuable equipment during routine use.
According to the partnership, all 3M Steri-Drape surgical drapes will be available through the same distribution and surgical pack manufacturing channels as they are today.
He is featured on a video on Softline's Facebook page, in which he explains how the Simple Drape blocks out 99.
Additionally, classic design styles and intermediate and advanced drape variations have been included in this edition.
MOLNLYCKE Healthcare has released a new cardiovascular drape specially designed to fit the needs of hybrid operating theatres.
Transparent, non-reflective, and highly comfortable PU films provide breathability required for virtually any procedure, even in difficult to drape areas.
Red makes sure you are asking for attention, the drape wasn't particularly flattering nor was there any mandatory- for- the- redcarpet skin show.