tinsel


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tinsel

a yarn or fabric interwoven with strands of glittering thread
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The golden star of tinsel was still on the top of the Tree, and glittered in the sunshine.
The lama, very straight and erect, the deep folds of his yellow clothing slashed with black in the light of the parao fires precisely as a knotted tree-trunk is slashed with the shadows of the low sun, addressed a tinsel and lacquered ruth which burned like a many-coloured jewel in the same uncertain light.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 19 (ANI): Tinsel Town celebs who attended the "Shalom Bollywood" event held in Mumbai on Thursday evening were all praises for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Determined walkers donned their tinsel and Santa hats to take part in a fun festive walk.
Funlola Aofiyebi Raimi is regarded as one of the pioneers of the new school Nollywood - starring in Tinsel for a decade; which marks her longest running TV appearance.
ARTIFICIAL Christmas tree and tinsel manufacturer Festive Productions has secured a seven-figure working capital facility to support its expansion on the back of new contract wins.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED * 2 silver tinsel backdrops (grab them at a party store) * 2 curtains * fishing line *pushpins, tacks or gaffer's tape (found at Home Depot) * floor pillows
And with loads of new stock in this is one address you will want be an inch of tinsel in sight, well not unless it is designer tinsel of course
The beautiful, festive collection features Santa's little helper Glisten and, new to the collection this year, Glisten's younger siblings, Twinkle and Tinsel.
Price Includes Private coach travel from your local area One night's stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to Meadowhall Shopping Centre Entrance to Chatsworth House & Gardens Torquay Turkey & Tinsel 4 days from PS139, 25 November & 9 December 2016 Christmas doesn't have to come but once a year when you join our popular break on the English Riviera.
IT'S a sad memory of the festive season - standing all alone in a Birmingham square, bedecked with faded tinsel and soggy decorations.
IT'S not quite time to head up to the attic with tinsel but it won't be long until we have to put the Christmas decorations away for another year.