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moquette

a thick velvety fabric used for carpets, upholstery, etc.
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Tout est etudie, y compris le decor, la table, la couleur de la moquette, la temperature dans le studio afin de ne pas transpirer.
Mineral water, foodstuffs, detergents, fruits and dried fruits, home appliances, construction materials, confections, edible oil, carpet, moquette, and sea food are among various commodities exported from Iran to Iraq.
For customers who don't require the original Baja model's standard leather-trimmed upholstery, Baja Sport features medium gray moquette upholstery with black vinyl bolsters.
Retro furniture in good condition and re-branded descriptions - for example the modest fireside chair in uncut red and grey moquette now being called a 'cocktail chair' - is bringing high prices in auction.
Boyd, Jamill Moquette (1 for 2, HR, two RBIs), Raymond, McVicar and Tyler Mikrut (2 for 4) each scored two runs for the Dirt Dawgs.
Des parties du bateau sont en effet obstruees par des portes verrouillees, des monceaux de meubles ou des lambeaux de moquette.
The commodities are mainly including refrigerators, coolers and moquette exported to Iraq.
In these colour-plates you find the design sketches for chairs with shriek moquette covers and there are the double beds which appeared in many French films of the time covered in black satin - sexy but heavy - along with the suffocating floral carpets.
The woven velvet or moquette is considered to be the premier fabric for the automotive industry and it is time to become a full line supplier to the multi-national automotive companies.
Wachusett 2, Nashua 0: Michael Yerina, Dalton Keck and Rob Bertucci combined on a seven-hit shutout while right fielder Jamill Moquette and third baseman Josh Raymond each hit solo homers to pace the offense as the Dirt Dawgs (11-15) got by the Silver Knights (18-9) at Doyle Field in Leominster.
Home appliances, vegetable oil, macaroni and moquette are the main products exported from the province.