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cambric

a fine white linen or cotton fabric
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cambric

[′kam‚brik]
(textiles)
Tightly woven cotton with one side calendered to resemble linen.
Linen with a sheen.
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Batist has made some smart moves to ensure her little farm succeeds.
It was alleged that the woman paid her fare and Mr Batist a moved into the back of the cab and groped her.
Some sessions had live music, so important to Balanchine, by pianists Katarina Batist, Miles Fusco, and Nancy McDill.
Unlike McGaha, Torre did not appeal that Batist batted out of turn and once a pitch was thrown to Gibbons it legalized Batista's at-bat and his sacrifice fly.
The project team included chemists Janusz Daroszewski and Prabhat Arya, MCIC, and biologist Jenny Phipps, all of NRC, and involved a collaboration with oncologist Gerald Batist and his colleague, Moulay Alaoui-Jamali, of the Montreal Jewish General Hospital.
The French design house and confection, world renowned in global fashion and haute-couture, will be promoting its handmade upholstery, luxury hotel linens and designer luxury clothing range for their brand Angele Batist.
Previous studies have shown that WP plays an active role in iron transport (Marchetti, 1994), in the cytotoxic defense (Kawasaki, 1993), and in scavenging free radicals (Wong and Watson, 1995) via enhancement of glutathione (Bounous and Batist, 1989).
A crunching tackle two minutes from time on Batist left him on the ground.
British bred Tidoubia, trained by Angeline Batist in France, France's Eausterlitz and American bred Mangnifique complete the field.
* ROLE CALL: Alliance chairman Gary Jones (left) with deputy chairman Gary Smith (centre) and secretary Wim Batist (PW120510Eseminar-01.jpg)
Antonio Batist a is accused at Liverpool crown court of attacking a woman in the back of his cab.