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wickerwork

a. a material consisting of wicker
b. (as modifier): a wickerwork chair
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In this chapter willow cultivation is less detailed being far less significant and focuses on wickerwork from osiers, stakes, some speciality products and the rising importance of biomass.
Also, what would I use to paint the wickerwork with?
What is the name of the Spanish sport played with wickerwork rackets?
It rests on an open-sided base displaying a garden complete with marble statues, wickerwork chairs and a maze, through which a marble lion is attempting to find its way.
Many newborn babies started life in a wickerwork laundry basket, carefully lined to make sure that the infant was never in danger of being scratched.
We were in an open-air cafe in Prestatyn with modernistic, round wickerwork chairs.
She used to bind her hair in a towel and let it set and dry and then braid it in a complex weave like a wickerwork chair.
Surely by now the well-trousered and the wickerwork shopping-basketed in Marks and Spencer's must realise that the Tories won't save them, any more than Labour will.
You'll also find delicate lace and crochet work, and wickerwork goods - ideal for souvenir gifts.
On the beach, men carrying big wickerwork baskets threaded between the visitors, selling everything from buckets and spades to sun glasses and fourpenny novels.
Furthermore, it does not take much familiarity with Oceanic material culture to realize that even the most seemingly human-like masks, carvings, and other constructions made of wood, clay, stone, bone, wickerwork, and the like in the Pacific may not be intended as representations of human beings.
Other points worthy of special mention are the descriptions of the forest economy, the collecting of jungle produce (most notably, gaharu wood) and hand-production of items of material culture (ceramic ware, rattan wickerwork, musical instruments), and not the least the cataloguing of surviving artifacts from the region's megalith culture (in particular the urn dolmens of the upper Bahau).