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wickerwork

a. a material consisting of wicker
b. (as modifier): a wickerwork chair
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It is worth noting that some clay jointings were recovered at this site, some of those containing bits of wickerwork (AI 4998: 103, 104).
The bright golds and scarlets of the religious pictures on the walls had faded, their glass glittered now in the sudden flashes of firelight, and as it deepened the dusk turned reddish from the Sacred Heart lamp that burned before the small wickerwork crib of Bethlehem on the mantelpiece.
We're so lucky to have them on watch saying 'thus far but no further, get thee behind me Satan and take your wickerwork garden trugs with you'.
In a modern house, if you don't want to replace them, install decorative cupboards around them - wickerwork or lattice fronts allow the heat through into the room.
Particles of natural gas hydrates have a spherical wickerwork structure ranging from tens of micrometers to several millimeters in diameter.
Seated comfortably in a wood and wickerwork chair of eighteenth-century Chinese manufacture, I began seriously to meditate upon the form of my allegedly full-time literary sublimations.
GERMANY (Nuremberg): International Toy Fair: Model construction kits, hobby and handicraft items, model railway and supplies, mechanical/electronic/sport/construction/cuddly/wooden toys, dolls, small wickerwork articles, books, Christmas decorations.
Essential elements are marble-topped tables and bent-wood chairs with a wickerwork seat.
Spray paint gives a quick, professional finish to the most intricate cane or wickerwork.
There is no plaque upon this imposing edifice to commemorate the sixteen men who died two thousand six hundred feet beneath it during its construction nor is there any bas relief work in the cement depicting the heroic feats of the rescue workers who, armed with hooked poles like peaveys, floated on makeshift rafts into an odoriferous underground station and like loggers on a drive, steered their former buddies, dead for two months, into wickerwork baskets.
I am sitting in a peculiar chair-like carriage, the sides and back of which are made of wickerwork (a carriage called, oddly enough, a "walker") and listening to her chant triumphantly as she wheels me down Brooklyn's Pitkin Avenue.
Olinsky, and led him over to a little wickerwork sofa.