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voile

a light semitransparent fabric of silk, rayon, cotton, etc., used for dresses, scarves, shirts, etc.

voile

[vȯil]
(textiles)
A lightweight sheer fabric, made of cotton, worsted, silk, rayon, or acetate, with a crisp feel and airy appearance, woven from yarns having considerably more twist than warp yarns.
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Monies raised by The Voila Foundation will go towards financial aid for families in need.
Voila offers six chocolate lines catering to all tastes: Fusion, Spice, Flower Essence, Saveur, Diet, and World.
Voila Premiere landed some good bets, having been backed at 10-1 in the morning and supported from 8-1 into 5-1 at the track.
After defrosting, baking the products in a special oven - which can be provided as part of the Et Voila package - usually takes no more than 12 minutes for baguettes and 16 minutes for batards.
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Last October in this excellent space there was occasion to condemn a wordcare giver for spelling voila the way she heard it: wallah.
The Haiti telecom operator Voila, owned by Trilogy, has already been instrumental in providing local and international communications service to over a million Haitian customers, thousands of relief workers, a variety of international NGOs, and U.
Delivering the overall educational packages for schools and staff offices PCBO Amersfoort, Leusden and Voila WereldKidz.
Voila l'image qui s'est gravee a jamais dans la memoire du jeune enfant.