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cambric

a fine white linen or cotton fabric

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.
originally an artist's studio, the building now serves as a farmhouse for Gowan Batist's mother; a yearling ram foraging in the north pasture; planting cilantro seedlings; dahlias, sunflowers, and anemones grown on-site; Batist in front of her barn.
It was alleged that the woman, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, paid her fare at Prenton and Mr Batist a moved into the back of the cab and assaulted her.
It is then alleged that after the woman paid her fare Batist a moved into the back of the cab and assaulted her.
During the journey, Batist a told the woman his name and said he came from Portugal.
with jockey Angeline Batist on board, finished third, while Samah, another Qatari raider ridden by lady jockey Inna Mostova, finished fourth.
Bulgarian coachPlamen Markov -whose side have lost both matches, received nine cards and are now out of the tournament -was furious with referee Lucilio Batist a for not punishing a late foul on ZdravkoLazarov that could have led to an equaliser.
Ircalan finished ahead of La Madou, also trained by Verstrepen, who was ridden by Angeline Batist.
The clash between the two players, which immediately followed a horrific tackle on Giggs by Evseev, was not seen by Portuguese referee Lucilio Batist a and the Russian clearly milked the incident for all it was worth,given the time- lapse between the alleged elbow and his theatrical collapse to the ground.
Minutes later he appeared to strike his opponent with an arm -an incident which was missed by Portuguese referee Lucilio Batist a but was captured by television cameras.
NORTHERN IRELAND boss Sammy McIlroy was furious with referee Lucilio Batist a after Greece clinched their place in the finals of the European Championship,writes Ken Gaunt.
Midfielder Joao Batist a read the delivery perfectly,and stormed into the area ahead of John Arne Riise to slot into the far corner.