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natte

A basket weave, as a pattern carved or painted to imitate interlaced withes, 2 of matting.
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Neil went on to say, "It's amazing the response that anyone can get posting something as simple as "Morning Natter People".
Knit and Natter runs on a weekly basis every Friday between 1pm and 3pm.
The Knit and Natter group, who come from all around Caerphilly borough have been collectively knitting for more than 500 years.
The St Mary's Church and Pwll knit and natter groups have made more than 60 teddies in just eight weeks to help put young patients at ease as they are taken to hospital.
Natter noted that Carol was having difficulty walking, and had some incontinence, intermittent pain and other symptoms.
Natter (Director of the Vorarlberg State Museum, Bregenz) and Christopher Gruenenberg (Director of Tate Liverpool), "Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life" brings the first thorough examination of the relationship between Klimt's paintings and mosaics and the work of architect Josef Hofmann who was a close friend to Klimt.
We are prepared to flow every ship, every aircraft, every pilot, every sailor we have, if necessary," Natter told reporters.
Natter accepted the flag and directed that it be sent to Theodore Roosevelt.
Natter noted, the special boat community has evolved significantly since he served during the Vietnam War.
Anthony Lukas writes, "I suspect it is the ability, nay eagerness, of many Washington reporters to socialize with the powerful, to dine at their Georgetown tables and natter at their McLean garden parties, which drains their skepticism and blunts the edge of their reporting.
Many of them are meeting places for older people like the splendid knit and natter group at Kirkheaton which produces beautiful garments for babies in war-torn countries.